Get a FREE quote for plasma cutting for on-demand fabrication of all sheet metal parts. We are ISO 9001:2015, and AS9100D certified. Send a CAD file or technical drawing to Davidson Fabricating, Inc and get your plasma cut parts delivered when you need them.
Our plasma cutting offers a cost-effective, on-demand fabrication solution for your sheet metal needs. Our plasma cutters are the fastest way to cut through thicker gauge materials and are more cost-efficient to run. Our operation is controlled by CNC systems for greater accuracy and quality standards.
Davidson Fabricating, Inc’s services will satisfy the applications where price and on-demand solutions meet your demanding technical requirements. Our cutting services can handle low-volume prototyping to large production campaigns.
Send us your CAD or technical drawing, and one of our specialists will get back to you shortly.
Our operation can cut sheet metal up to a quarter inch. Connect with our team for more information about what we can cut for you.
We offer aluminum 2024, 5052, 6061, 6063, 7050, 7075, and MIC-6
We offer copper 101 and C110
We offer steel A36, 1018, 1215, 4130, 4140, 4140PH, and 4340
We offer stainless steel 15-5, 17-4, 18-8, 303, 316 and 316L, 416, 410, 420, 440C, and Nitronic 60 (218 SS)
We offer titanium grades 2 and 5
Davidson Fabricating, Inc’s plasma cutting services offer high accuracy, making us the partner of choice for buyers and engineers looking for fast and cost-effective solutions. We can also fabricate custom parts for small production batches and larger campaigns of thousands of units and retain the mechanical properties and material structure of the various metal alloys we offer.
Depending on the unit number, size, and complexity of the custom part requested, our turnaround can be highly competitive for tight deadlines and deliveries.
Plasma cutters are suitable for sheet metal fabrication, depending on your application and technical requirements. Plasma cutting does not have the high precision of waterjet or laser cutting.
Usually, it is ideal for cost-sensitive applications where precision is not completely restrictively tight. For instance, plasma cutting works for larger and thicker sheet metal parts at high speeds while maintaining accuracy.
The technology works as follows:
It is a melting cutting process using a jet of ionized gas at a temperature above 20,000°C to cut pieces. An electric arc is struck between a cathode and the anode during the process.
The plasma arc can cut a vast range of electrically conductive alloys like stainless steel, aluminum, nickel, and titanium.
The process gives better precision to thicknesses under 12mm materials and can be the best low-cost alternative to laser cutting.
Our lead times can vary depending on the number of pieces we need to cut. Consider preparing your CAD or technical drawing and contact our team to give you a firm lead time. We respond fast to all requests.
Contact our team to get a FREE estimate for your plasma cutting needs. One of our specialists will get back to you shortly.