Category Archives: plasma cutting
At Metal Force, we want to provide the best services in every area we specialize in. Our cutting services are no different. Regardless of how much or how little cutting your projects need, we will always make sure that the cuts are accurate and are of the highest caliber in quality.
Rather than just offer one kind of cutting service, we have many different options available to you. The one we use depends greatly on the type of metal we are cutting, the size of the piece, and its purpose. After establishing what is needed, we can select the automated or manual process that is most appropriate.
Because we have so many different machines that are specifically used for cutting, we have many cutting methods available to us. These methods include:
- Computer-controlled numerical (CNC)
With all of these cutting types to work with, Metal Force is capable of handling projects from various industries. Even within each industry, demands and needs can be so diverse that it is important to offer a wide variety of options.
Cutting with Precision
The employees we have working the machines that do the cutting are highly trained and qualified to do work on your project. You never have to worry about wrong cuts or low-quality cuts because we always remedy our mistakes if and when we make them.
Few metal fabrication and machining companies have the same level of quality work that we offer. When you need a project created, you can trust that Metal Force has the skill, equipment, and training needed in order to complete the product in a timely, consistent way.
Regardless of what industry your company is in, contact Metal Force today at (801) 776-5700 to get more information about Metal Cutting Utah!
MetalForce, located in Northern Utah, uses an ESAB 360 amp plasma cutting table to cut thick metal plate at high speeds while holding customer specific tolerances. With cutting capabilities that exceed material thicknesses of 2″ thick plate this machinery allows Metal Force to produce high quality structural grade parts. Utilizing this equipment even further, MetalForce has also been cutting out armor plating for use in armored vehicles.