Kerf Developments British Profile cutting machines - used and refurbished

Kerf Developments is a British supplier of profile, oxy-fuel, high definition plasma and, additionally, waterjet cutting products. We buy and sell Kerf profile cutting machines. Please offer us any redundant cutting equipment you have. 

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4 good reasons to buy a Used or Refurbished Kerf Profile cutting system 

  • Take control of the supply and the quality of your products
  • Shorten production lead times from weeks to hours
  • Manufacture better quality products
  • Reduce your manufacturing costs

Oxy-fuel

Kerf Oxy-fuel cutting is tried & tested; 

it has been around for many years and will be around for many more to come. Ideal for a wide range of uses, industries also improved oxy-fuel cutting to make it a cheaper method of producing parts.

In some cases, oxy-fuel can produce parts that other methods simply cannot. In other cases, this process can produce parts more economically than through laser, plasma or water-jet cutting. 
Many manufacturers often overlook the quality and productivity that a modern well maintained oxy-fuel cutting machine would bring.

Plasma

Kerf Plasma cutting is seen as a low cost alternative to oxy-fuel and laser profiling, where cut angle and edge finish was not an issue. It is suitable for various materials particularly mild steels and stainless steels producing a good edge finish.

Plasma cutting is another manufacture method for parts ; it is a good, cost-effective alternative.

Optimum cutting performance for a range of materials and thicknesses (dependent upon the power of the plasma unit) is achievable due to the changes to the control systems.

Early systems were limited, in terms of the material thickness they could cut, to an acceptable cut quality. Recent enhancements to traditional air plasma cutting systems have seen significant improvements in cut quality and consumables life. A range of air plasma systems is available for use with the CombiCut and RUR machines.

On thinner materials, 1mm to 12mm thick, the KERF high definition plasma will produce high quality components very quickly. Using one of Kerf’s mid-range high definition plasma units, it achieves cut speeds of 3,300 mm/min on 12mm thick mild steel. The plasma cutting process can pierce and cut mild steel from 1mm right the way through to 50mm thick if required.

High definition plasma

Recent developments in the high definition plasma process have improved the quality and capabilities of plasma cutting, hence making it a more versatile and accurate option than ever before.

Where you require hole quality and excellent edge finish, one should consider Kerf High Definition Plasma. It should also be considered as a cost effective alternative to laser for thicker materials.

Waterjet

A uniquely accurate and powerful process, a Kerf waterjet simplifies the cutting of the widest range of materials and thicknesses. Offering a rapid transition from drawing to finished part, the benefits are many and varied. High accuracy and edge finish often removes the need for secondary cutting.

Waterjet cutting is a cold process. Heat affected zones, hardened material or material stresses are, therefore, not present. A clean accurate burr-free finish often removes the need for secondary surface finishing.

The process also leads to highly accurate kerfs. This ensures that the finished products are made in a way that might not be possible with other processes.

Plasma Cutting Machines

CombiCut Cutting Machine is a high quality CNC cutting machine, ideal for both oxy-fuel and plasma cutting with a choice of plasma cutting units.

Kerf Spitfire profile cutting machines 

For high precision plasma cutting

Kerf RUR profile cutting machines

For high production demand

Kerf RUM profile cutting machines

Highly configurable range of heavy duty profiling machines

Plasma cutting has been around for many years. For many applications it remains as the most cost-effective method of cutting a range of materials.

Early systems were limited, in terms of the material thickness they could cut, to an acceptable cut quality. Recent enhancements to traditional air plasma cutting systems have seen significant improvements in cut quality and consumables life. A range of air plasma systems is available for use with the CombiCut and RUR machines.

On thinner materials, 1mm to 12mm thick, the KERF high definition plasma will produce high quality components very quickly. Using one of Kerf’s mid-range high definition plasma units, it achieves cut speeds of 3,300 mm/min on 12mm thick mild steel. The plasma cutting process can pierce and cut mild steel from 1mm right the way through to 50mm thick if required.

Developments and enhancements to control, plasma and software systems have enabled significant improvements in cut quality and capability. Bolt ready holes can be cut without the need for any subsequent rework, and the edge quality even on the thicker materials is excellent. High definition plasma cutting is ideal for mild steel, stainless and aluminum cutting.

For high definition plasma UltraSharp cutting Kerf would recommend use of the heavy duty RUR and RUM machines used for heavier production applications.

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