Which industries make use of Plasma Cutting?
Plasma cutting is commonly used in a variety of industries, including, manufacturing and fabrication, the automotive industry, the construction industry, in HVAC, art and sculpting, aerospace and defense, marine and many more other industries that cannot all be mentioned.
In the manufacturing and fabrication industries plasma cutting is often applied in the manufacturing of metal parts and components, as well as in the fabrication of structures such as bridges and buildings.
In the automotive sector, plasma cutting is used to cut and shape various parts for vehicles such as body panels, exhaust systems and frames.
The construction industry uses plasma cutting technology for cutting and shaping of metal parts for building, like metal roofing, metal studs, and rebar.
Plasma cutting is used in HVAC to cut ductwork and other parts for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems.
Some sculptors and metal artists have used this technology in creating and fabricating beautiful artwork and designs.
The aerospace industry uses plasma cutting to shape and fabricate parts for aircrafts, missiles and other defense equipment.
Plasma cutting has a very strong foothold in the shipbuilding industries and plasma cutters usually have immensely long cutting tables to accommodate the sizes of the parts needed for shipbuilding. But there are also trends that will dictate how plasma cutting as an industry will evolve in the coming years.