Esprit Automation manufacture in Britain a range of Esprit CNC Oxy-fuel and Esprit Plasma Profile cutting machines. We supply these used and refurbished saving time and money if buying new.
Looking for a Used or Refurbished CNC mechanised Plasma Cutter from a British maker?
Esprit Automation of England make quality CNC Cutting tables adding Hypertherm plasma systems to compliment the range.
Our fully serviced and refurbished machines are supplied with warranty and after care support. Installation and Commissioning can also be provided.
Any workshop wants a reliable great performer to keep up with orders and production whilst keeping costs to a minimum.
Use our search facility on the right to locate all used and Esprit Plasma machines in stock today or call us for current stock
Extended warranties and Service Packages available with every machine purchased.
Esprit CNC machines are designed to fully exploit the latest in plasma cutting technology. Our engineering and design team use the latest techniques and software to fully 3D model every machine prior to manufacture; this attention to detail ensures the machines are manufactured accurately and in turn can deliver the very highest in performance and quality. All machines are engineered for heavy duty applications and built to last.
All current models feature the latest Hypertherm EDGE Pro CNC which is digitally integrated using Ethernets with Bosch brushless AC servo drives and motors, precision Swiss gearboxes and machine tool grade THK linear bearings to produce the smoothest high speed contouring.
Esprit machines are fully optimised for high performance plasma cutting and oxy-fuel flame cutting.
With worldwide clients we are always seeking to buy Esprit machines. Please offer us surplus or unwanted plasma cutters.
All the used or refurbished Esprit Plasma cutters in stock can be fitted with either New or Used Hypertherm Plasma cutting systems.
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