New ART plasma cutter a SMART choice


Manufacturers are tightening their belts in a tight economy. But there are good reasons to make equipment investments and bring cutting jobs in-house.

To remain competitive shops have to provide customers with the best combination of product cost, quality and delivery time.

Investing in an in-house CNC plasma cutting machine can help meet delivery deadlines and improve product quality while high productivity ensures lower costs.

Getting started in in-house plasma cutting is now affordable.

Brisbane based Advanced Robotic Technology (ART) has introduced the new SMART XR plasma profile cutting machine, designed with a small footprint to suit small to mid-sized shops.

The SMART XR plasma cutter offers reliable plasma technology at a low investment cost, yet features a high level of performance and features.

Available in 1.6 and 1.9m wide process areas, the machine is designed to work with most commonly available sheet and plate sizes and thicknesses.

The large user-friendly touch screen controller runs the latest version of ART’s ProfileShop software.

ART has developed this world-leading front-end CNC machine software for use on all ART machines.

Advanced Robotic Technology (ART) Pty Ltd
Ph: 07 3393 6555

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