Bevel cutting means, that the cutting edge within the to-be-cut material is not forming a right angle with the material surface.
Bevel cutting means, that the cutting edge within the to-be-cut material is not forming a right angle with the material surface. Most common use for this cutting technique is the welding preparation, either to increase the welding seam surface, or to allow forming a(n) (right) angle between two to-be-welded pieces. Depending on the form of the cutting edge when viewed from the side, bevel cuts are named by the latin character they resemble most, such as „V“, „A“, „X“, „Y“, and „K“.
Learn more: choosing a cutting process Every cutting process has particular benefits and shortcomings that you should take into account before deciding on a cutting method. Also keep in mind that a combination of processes may be best for a particular application.
This is the bevel unit of the future, developed by ZINSER. It combines plasma cutting and flame cutting, allows angles of up to 60 degrees, for material thicknesses up to 300mm.
The automatically rotating one-torch bevel cutting head Bevel 2014 allows plasma bevel cuts of contours, too. It is fully programmable thus enabling the cutting of parts with bevels as well as vertical cutting edges.
After the installation of the bevel head and first practical experience, we recommend an advanced ZINSER expert training on site with the objective to increase the efficiency by exchange of experiences with our experts.
Hypertherm‘s True Bevel™ technology was launched in 2012 with the HPRXD® family of products. It is now also offered on Hypertherm’s XPR™ systems.
Factory-tested and easily implemented, True Bevel™ takes the guess work out of the plasma bevel cutting process. With True Bevel™, setups for new jobs are quick and results are accurate.
The True Bevel™ technology works with the ZINSER bevel head and covers V, A, Top-Y, X and K style cuts for mild steel.
ZINSER DBA-A man.: Manual rotative 3-torch-bevel aggregate oxy-fuel
ZINSER DBA-A auto.: Automatic rotative 3-torch-bevel aggregate oxy-fuel
The manual rotative 3-torch-bevel aggregate allows V-, X-, Y-cuts and K-bevels at straights.
The automatic rotative 3-torch-bevel aggregate allows exact V-, X-, Y-and K-bevels cuts.
ZINSER Mobile devices
ZINSER has developed a range of products for simultaneous cutting and chamfering of steel tubes. Lightweight, easy to use and robust, RSV chamfering machines are particularly suitable for use on site.
Plasma bevel cutting without loop on a ZINSER 4025
The bevel unit can cut even work pieces with complex bevels without problems at excellent results.
Oxy-fuel, plasma bevel cutting and drilling
ZINSER 3D plasma bevel cutting of pipes