High-definition Plasma Cutting
High-definition plasma cutting has been available for almost 20 years. Its original development relied on new technology that could improve conventional plasma cut quality in terms of edge squareness (especially on thinner materials) and cut-part accuracy, while maintaining respectable consumable life and operating cost. The earliest systems were limited to 30 amps of output power and ¼-in. cut thickness. These systems could produce cut quality on thinner materials that was far better than previously seen with plasma.