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XPR300 Customer Cut: One of our customers recently purchased a 6′ x 12′ Victory EDGE Connect CNC Plasma System with a high-def Hypertherm XPR300. Ross owns a custom fab shop and just sent the following photos of his cuts on 3/4″ mild steel. He was cutting .67″ holes for 5/8 bolts, 1.520″ holes for a 1.5″… Read more »

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    One of our most frequently asked questions revolves around cutting aluminum with plasma. Plasma cutting works for any material that conducts electricity and modern plasma cutting technology yields excellent results on aluminum.  Aluminum cutting requires different gasses and consumables than steel cutting. High-def steel cutting typically uses oxygen as the primary gas and… Read more »

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Victory CNC Plasma Systems received a 2017 Kentucky Pacesetter Award for outstanding achievements as a Kentucky small business. The Kentucky Small Business Development Center recognizes high performing second-stage Kentucky small businesses through its Kentucky Pacesetter Business Recognition Program. In deciding which businesses will be considered for receiving the Pacesetter Award, the program looks at businesses… Read more »

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Victory Plasma is excited to add the new XPR300 plasma cutter to our industry-leading plasma cutting systems. Hypertherm’s excellent new plasma cutter features all-new internal technology and an enormous coolant pump. Equally important, this enables the XPR300 plasma cutter to do virtually the same work as an HPR400XD with 100 amps less.  This high definition… Read more »

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Victory Plasma is proud to offer EDGE® Connect, Hypertherm’s newest Computer Numeric Control (CNC) platform. EDGE Connect offers superb reliability, advanced embedded capabilities, and a high degree of flexibility for customized solutions. Victory Plasma is proud to offer this innovative control system, which features ProNest® CNC automatic nesting delivering SureCut™ technology along with upgraded hardware…. Read more »

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CNC plasma cutting used to be available only to large industrial manufacturers who could afford the price tag of $100,000 or more. Advances in technology have made CNC plasma cutting more accessible and more affordable to almost everyone. Some essential elements to consider in selecting a CNC plasma cutting system include the mechanical components, the… Read more »

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Integrated plasma cutting systems offer unprecedented performance and capacity. Victory CNC Plasma Systems partners with Thermal Dynamics, leading innovator in plasma cutting technology, to offer iCNC Performance integration system technology. The Performance integration system makes it possible to build high-end industrial systems for low-cost. Controller features include: 15” Touch Screen Complete cutting software Thin panel… Read more »

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Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software facilitates automated manufacturing processes by controlling machinery. Commonly referred to as nesting software, CAM software is often used in conjunction with computer-aided design (CAD). As an industry leader in plasma cutting, Hypertherm has developed several nesting software solutions for CNC sheet and plate cutting applications. Hypertherm ProNest® nesting software offers the… Read more »

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One of the biggest challenges in CNC plasma cutting is getting round holes. Holes that are out-of-round or tapered (when the top of hole is larger than bottom) are common and frustrating. Hole quality is influenced by factors like cut height, lead-in, arc position, cut speed, and more.  Hypertherm True Hole® now optimizes hole cutting when cutting… Read more »

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When adding a plasma cutting system to your operation, it is important to consider logistical factors prior to system installation. You will want to have a plan in place before your new system arrives, so you will have an easy install and a smooth start up. 1. Desired Table Layout Before system installation, confirm the… Read more »