Kitmondo, a premier marketplace for used industrial machinery, features an extensive range of plasma and gas cutting machines. These tools are essential in various industries, including automotive, aerospace, art, and construction, due to their precision, versatility, and speed. Whether for manufacturing, repair, or artistic creation, these machines excel in cutting diverse metals from thin sheets to thick plates.

Professionals can explore a curated selection of used plasma and gas cutting machines on Kitmondo, offering quality and affordability. Priced between €18,000 and €60,000, these machines cater to both emerging workshops and established enterprises. Kitmondo ensures transparency by providing comprehensive listings that detail each machine's condition and features.

Renowned manufacturers such as Hypertherm, ESAB, and Lincoln Electric are represented on Kitmondo, allowing access to top-tier technology without the new equipment price. Kitmondo's commitment to quality and a broad inventory make investing in a used plasma/gas cutting machine secure and economical.

CNC plasma cutting machine DOMINANT CNC ADP1530

Year: 2024

Metal length 3000 mm
Max steel thickness 35 mm
Type of source Plasma
Metal width 1500 mm
Nbr of heads 1
Source model Hypertherm

CNC plasma cutting machine DOMINANT CNC ADP2060

Year: 2024

Metal length 6000 mm
Max steel thickness 60 mm
Type of source Plasma
Metal width 2000 mm
Nbr of heads 1
Source model Hypertherm

ESAB Suprarex SXE 5000 plasma cutting machine

Year: 2012

Metal length 14000 mm
Max steel thickness 70 mm
Type of source Plasma
Metal width 4000 mm
Nbr of heads 2
Source model Kjellberg

ESAB SXE-P3 4500 Plasma cutting machine

Year: 2010

Metal length 8200 mm
Type of source Plasma
CNC Yes
Metal width 3700 mm
Source model ESAB Vision_55-DP
Type of CNC

ERMAKSAN ER 4000 Plasma cutting machine

Year: 2014

Metal length 3000 mm
Max steel thickness 38 mm
Source model Hypertherm
Metal width 1500 mm
Type of source Plasma
CNC Yes

GASPARINI 2040 Cutting machine - Plasma / gas

Year: 2008

Metal length 4000 mm
Max steel thickness 30 mm
Source model HYPERTHERM HPR 130
Metal width 2000 mm
Type of source Plasma
Type of CNC

PPCNC PPCNC_PLASM1530 Cutting machine - Plasma / gas

Year: 2023

Metal length 300 mm
Max steel thickness 100 mm
Type of source Plasma
Metal width 150 mm
Nbr of heads 1
Source model

DANOBAT RPD 126 5-axis plasma profile and tube cutting line Low working hours

Year: 2005

Metal length 12000 mm
Max steel thickness 40 mm
Type of source Plasma
Metal width 1000 mm
Nbr of heads 1
Source model ESAB precision plasmiarc 450

ESAB Suprarex SXE HD 4000 230 V Plasma cutting machine

Year: 2015

Metal length 12000 mm
Max steel thickness 50 mm
CNC Yes
Metal width 2500 mm
Source model
Type of CNC Vision T5

SATO SATRONIK D 5000 Cutting machine - Plasma / gas

Year: 2007

Metal length 4000 mm
Max steel thickness 300 mm
Type of source Gas
Metal width 12000 mm
Nbr of heads 4
Source model

SATO LS 3500 plamsa cutting machine

Year: 2008

Metal width 3100 mm
Source model Kjellberg hifocus 280 i
Type of CNC SATO 3010
Type of source Plasma
CNC Yes

CRM PTFSTD3015 PW plasma cutting machine

Year: 2006

Metal length 3000 mm
Type of source Plasma
CNC Yes
Metal width 1500 mm
Source model
Type of CNC FLATRON

ESAB plasma cutting machine type E-Vent DX

Year: 2012

Metal length 1500 mm
Type of source Plasma
CNC Yes
Metal width 3000 mm
Source model ESP-101 source 100A
Type of CNC

OXYMILLL 3000x8000 Cutting machine - Plasma / gas

Year: 2005

Metal length 8000 mm
Max steel thickness 300 mm
Type of source Gas
Metal width 3000 mm
Nbr of heads 6
Source model oxygas

Pestall Ursus Cutting machine - Plasma

Year: 2017

Metal length 2000 mm
Type of source Plasma
Type of CNC
Metal width 6000 mm
Source model HIfosus 280i Kjellberg

ZINSER 2215 Plasma cutting machine

Year: 2003

Type of source Plasma
Type of CNC
Source model

Baykal BPS 2006 Cutting machine - Plasma / gas - REDUCED

Year: 2020

Metal length 2000 mm
Type of source Plasma
Type of CNC
Metal width 6000 mm
Source model Hypertherm XPR 300

CORMAK VOLCUT 4000x2000 Cutting machine - Plasma / gas Low working hours

Year: 2019

Metal length 4000 mm
Type of source Plasma
Type of CNC
Metal width 2000 mm
Source model HYPERTHERM POWERMAX 85

Plasma cutting table 3000 x 1500 mm - Kjellberg Hi Focus 130 Plus Low working hours

Year: 2005

Metal length 3000 mm
Source model
Metal width 1500 mm
Type of CNC

Oerlikon Oxytome 25 HPC Plasma cutting machine

Year: 2008

Source model
Type of CNC HPC Digital Process CNC
CNC Yes


Kitmondo and Plasma/Gas Cutting Machines: Enhancing Industrial Efficiency


In the complex world of industrial machinery, achieving perfection and efficiency is paramount. For metal industry professionals, especially in pressing and forging, incorporating advanced machinery like plasma and gas cutting machines is crucial. However, these technologies can be costly and environmentally taxing. Kitmondo, the marketplace for used industrial machinery, offers a solution by providing these machines in a cost-effective and sustainable manner.

Understanding Plasma/Gas Cutting Machines in Metal - Presses/Forging

Plasma and gas cutting machines are at the forefront of metal shaping and modification. Using focused beams of plasma or high-velocity gas jets, these machines cut, shape, and configure metals with precision. Essential in the presses and forging industry, they offer the finesse and accuracy necessary for intricate artwork and large-scale industrial products.

The versatility of these machines is highlighted by their ability to work with a wide range of metals, from aluminum to stainless steel, making them indispensable in many workshops and factories.

The Kitmondo Advantage

Purchasing through Kitmondo offers numerous benefits for professionals. Every machine listed undergoes rigorous quality checks, ensuring that even pre-owned equipment performs at high standards. The diversity of machinery available means professionals can find specific models or versions no longer available as new.

New technologies often come with high price tags. By choosing used machines from Kitmondo, professionals can acquire top-tier equipment without the steep costs. Plasma/gas cutting machines on Kitmondo are priced between €18,000 and €60,000, catering to various needs and budgets. Opting for used machinery is also eco-friendly, promoting a circular economy by giving machinery a second life.

Kitmondo stands out with its extensive catalog of used industrial machinery and dedicated team, ensuring every transaction is smooth, transparent, and beneficial for both buyers and sellers. With Kitmondo, you're accessing not just a marketplace but a comprehensive ecosystem that guarantees informed, secure, and advantageous decisions whether you're buying or selling machinery.

Advantages of Plasma/Gas Cutting Machines

Plasma and gas cutting machines offer numerous benefits that have revolutionized the metalworking industry:

  1. Precision and Accuracy: High precision allows for intricate and detailed cuts, ensuring components meet strict tolerances.
  2. Speed: Faster than traditional methods, leading to higher production rates and quicker project completion.
  3. Versatility: Suitable for cutting a wide range of metals, including steel, aluminum, brass, and copper.
  4. Clean Cuts: Produces cleaner edges with fewer burrs, reducing the need for secondary finishing.
  5. Cost-Effective: Long-term savings through increased efficiency and speed.
  6. Safe Operation: Modern machines come with safety features and sensors.
  7. Compact Design: Many models are portable, allowing flexibility in usage.
  8. Minimal Heat Affected Zone (HAZ): Concentrated heat source reduces material warping.
  9. Automated Capabilities: Integration with CNC systems for automated and consistent cutting patterns.
  10. Environmentally Friendly: Produces fewer emissions and reduces noise and air pollution.

Main Machine Parameters of Plasma/Gas Cutting Machines

Understanding key parameters ensures optimal performance, safety, and efficiency:

  1. Cutting Current (Amperage): Determines cutting speed and material thickness capability.
  2. Cutting Speed: The rate at which the torch moves across the material.
  3. Arc Voltage: Determines the plasma arc height.
  4. Gas Type and Flow Rate: Different gases and flow rates affect cut quality.
  5. Torch Height: Distance between the torch and the workpiece.
  6. Duty Cycle: Operational "on" time as a percentage of a ten-minute period.
  7. Start and Stop Delay: Time delay for cleaner cut starts and finishes.
  8. Bevel Angle: Determines the cutting angle for bevel cuts.
  9. Cooling System Settings: Manages cooling medium flow and temperature.
  10. Material Thickness: Influences required laser power and cutting speed.
  11. Kerf Width: Width of the material removed during cutting.
  12. Feed Rate: Speed at which material is fed to the laser.
  13. Duty Cycle: Fraction of time the laser is active.
  14. Wavelength: Different lasers operate at different wavelengths for various materials.
  15. Laser Type: Source of the laser beam, such as CO2, Nd
     
    , or fiber laser.

Area of Use

Plasma and gas cutting machines are used in various industries due to their precision, speed, and versatility:

  1. Manufacturing & Fabrication: Creating parts and components for various products.
  2. Automotive Industry: Manufacturing and repairing vehicle parts.
  3. Aerospace: Producing high-quality cuts for aircraft components.
  4. Shipbuilding: Cutting and shaping metal sheets for ships.
  5. Construction: Creating structural components for buildings and infrastructure.
  6. Art and Sculpture: Creating intricate designs and shapes in metal artworks.
  7. Demolition and Salvage: Cutting through metal structures quickly.
  8. Agriculture: Manufacturing and repairing machinery and equipment.
  9. Railway: Manufacturing and maintaining rails and related components.
  10. Metalwork Schools and Training Centers: Teaching students to operate cutting machines.
  11. Repair and Maintenance Workshops: Cutting or shaping metal components.
  12. Energy Sector: Cutting pipes and creating components for rigs.
  13. HVAC: Cutting sheet metal for ductwork and HVAC components.
  14. Military and Defense: Manufacturing and repairing military equipment.

Manufacturers of Plasma/Gas Cutting Machines

Several reputable manufacturers produce high-quality plasma and gas cutting machines:

  1. Hypertherm: Known for its range of plasma cutting systems and consumables.
  2. ESAB: Offers a diverse lineup of plasma cutting equipment and solutions.
  3. Lincoln Electric: Renowned for its durable and efficient plasma cutting systems.
  4. Miller Electric: Well-regarded for its plasma cutting systems.
  5. Komatsu: Known for precision and reliability.
  6. Kjellberg Finsterwalde: German manufacturer known for high-quality plasma cutting technology.
  7. Thermal Dynamics: Offers a range of plasma cutting systems.
  8. Messer Cutting Systems: Innovative plasma, oxyfuel, and laser cutting solutions.
  9. KOIKE: Offers portable and complex CNC plasma and gas cutting systems.
  10. Mazak Optonics: Recognized for laser cutting machines and plasma solutions.
  11. AMADA: Global giant in metal machinery with plasma cutting solutions.
  12. TRUMPF: Major German manufacturer providing industrial laser and plasma cutting systems.

When considering purchasing equipment, assess your specific requirements, compare different brands, and consult with industry experts to ensure you get the most suitable machine for your needs.

Start finding your used plasma/gas cutting machine on Kitmondo today!