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Advanced Technology in Metal Cutting


Advanced Technology in Metal Cutting

Cutting Edge Metal Processing located in Mobile (Alabama) offers an advanced technology in metal cutting, forming and coating. In order to keep up with ever changing and improving technologies, Cutting Edge has upgraded its system to AutoCad 2000 and SigmaNest 5.0. The AutoCad 2000 upgrade facilitates receiving Parts drawings from customers in several formats including the popular .dxf and .dwg formats. This often speeds the process and reduces overall costs since it minimizes duplication of effort.

Version 5.0 in SigmaNest is the latest upgrade of the nesting and machine language program and improves several processes including automation of common-line cutting. Common-line cutting allows a laser to make a single cut for back-to-back parts thus reducing the cut time. The latest steel processing technologies allow Cutting Edge to offer the following capabilities:

  • Cutting of mild steel plates up to 1 by 159 by 600
  • 142-foot long cutting bed allows continuous cutting without lost time during loading and unloading.
  • Accuracy of 0.1mm (.004) per meter therefore parts are cut with precision and consistency.
  • Cutting of aluminum (to .38) and Stainless (to .63).


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