Soitaab’s Innovative Multi-function Plasma Nova.
Soitaab’s Plasma Nova breaks the barriers in multi-process fabrication machines. The Plasma Novais a sturdy and robust system that can combine plasma cutting with a straight or bevel head, oxy-fuel cutting, various kinds of marking, variable size drilling and tapping, and even 3-dimensional shapes like pipe cutting all in a single easy to use system. With heavy duty Dual Side Drives and Digital Controllers, the system maintains excellent positioning accuracy and cut tolerances across the entire working area. The machine can be equipped with a variety of the most precise Hypertherm HyDefinitionplasma power supplies for excellent cut quality and speed. Complete with the latest nesting software from SigmaNest and graphic icon HMI control from the CNC touch screen,the Plasma Nova operation is intuitive and seamlessly controls all of the different machine functions without operator intervention between.
The heavy-duty bevel head is designed for the harshest environments and most demanding production requirements for finished welding edge prep of all bevel profiles and is easily programmed through the software. The plasma torch comes with breakaway anti-collision capability, as well as, both touch sensing arc-voltage height control and ohmic sensing for thin materials.
Besides Hypertherm’s HyDefinition plasma cutting the Plasma Nova can be equipped with an oxy-fuel torch for thicker materials. Various marking options from plasma marking, pin stamp marking, ink jet markers and even simple paint pen markers are all available.
To cut down on part handling, Soitaab can add a six-station drilling and tapping head. Single station drilling options for thicker material and larger holes along with integrated tool changers are also available.
Finally adding even more versatility, the Plasma Nova can be equipped with Soitaab’s TuboCut automatic pipe cutting attachment. Capable of cutting both straight and bevelled holes, slots, joints, and access panels in a wide range of pipe diameters. Perfect saddle joints with precise variable bevel angles can be done in seconds instead of hours.