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Cut Condition 14 Gauge CRS

Cut Condition 14 Gauge CRS

Cut Condition 14 Gauge CRS

We just bought a new Amada FO- 3015 NT and my compressor only kicks out 120 P.S.I, so as we have a big order waiting to go out i want to cut with Nitrogen.
I have the japanese cut onditions, so am i right in thinking that i need to call up E-SPC2.3.

All alone in mexico

RE: Cut Condition 14 Gauge CRS


Me sorprende que los tecnicos de Amada no hayan cargado las condiciones de corte con nombres de material Americanos.

La tabla de corte que comience con la letra E denota E-Z Cut que es un generador de nitrogeno/oxigeno. La mezcla exacta de este proceso es 95% Nitrogeno/5% Oxigeno.

SPC es acero al carbon y 2.3 es el espesor del material en milimetros.

SPC= Acero al Carbon (Calibres)
SS400= Acero al Carbon (Placa)
SUS= Acero Inoxidable
SEC= Galvanizado/Galvanneal
AL= =Aluminio

C-SUS6.0SH= Acero Inoxidable Clean-Cut Alta Presion de 1/4"
C-SPC1.2= Acero Al Carbon corte con nitrogeno alta presion
SPC1.2= Acero al Carbon corte con oxigeno
E-SPC2.3= acero al carbon corte con E-Z Cut o aire

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