MultiCam Canada Blog

  • Video: MultiCam 5000 Series CNC Waterjet Table cutting 3/4″ Aluminum

    Watch how The MultiCam 5000 Series CNC Waterjet Table cuts 3/4″ Aluminum at 32 inches per minute (IPM) utilizing 80 Grit Abrasive Garnet and a 90,000 PSI KMT intensifier pump.  

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  • Waterjet Cutting for Sign Industry

    waterjet cutting for sign industry at Ruggles Sign

    What is it about retail signage that makes it stand out? Size certainly matters—the larger the sign, the easier it is to see. Lighting is equally important. But in an age where Amazon Prime and online shopping give us fewer reasons to set foot in brick-and-mortar stores, drawing customer attention is crucial. For retail stores, […]

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  • Ryerson University Campus Building Expansion Includes the Latest CNC Machines From MultiCam Canada

    MultiCam Canada is discussed in Ryerson University’s latest Winter 2020 online magazine as part of the universities expansion of their Creative Technology Lab, click here to read the full article.

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  • Consuming plasma consumables too quickly?

    All plasma systems—whether it’s a portable, 30-amp unit or a high-precision, automated system that can cut material up to 6 inches thick at 100 percent duty cycle—use consumables that have an expected life. In high-use environments, the cost of consumables can become considerable over time. Familiarizing yourself with what causes premature consumable wear and how […]

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  • Mechanized plasma cutting for HVAC applications

    Today many HVAC shops use plasma cutters—both hand-held torches and CNC mechanized systems—to cut material for fabrication. These fabricators find that for their applications, plasma is a fast, clean, economical way for them to cut light-gauge metal. This overview of mechanized plasma technology for HVAC includes a brief review of the industry, a review of […]

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  • How To Avoid The Top 10 problems in plasma cutting

    The old adage “measure twice, cut once” is as important for plasma arc cutting operators as it is for carpenters. The phrase could be reworded to “inspect twice, cut once” for the plasma industry. Careful preparation, setup, and maintenance can alleviate many costly problems which operators encounter. Strategy The following is a list of remedies […]

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  • CNC Plasma: Pierce Starts vs. Edge Starts

    In Plasma cutting there are two different types of starts, edge starts and pierce starts. They signify how the start of the cut will take place, and will have implications for other elements of the cut such as edge finish and quality. In addition the type of start used can affect your plasma consumable life. As a result it is important to understand the difference between the two types of starts in order to optimize your cutting experience.

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  • CNC Buyer’s Guide: How to Choose a CNC Plasma Cutter

    Today’s blog post features an excellent article from the Fab Shop Direct Magazine. In this installment, Jim Colt of Hypertherm delves into the world of CNC plasma cutters and shares his thoughts on what to look for in your next machine.

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  • 4 Factors Affecting Quality of Waterjet at the Cutting Head

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    There are multiple factors that determine the precision of the overall waterjet stream. For quality at the cutting head only, these features should be considered for successful abrasive waterjet cutting:

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  • What Additional Capabilities Exist for Optimizing Production with my Panel Saw?

    Now that you know how to choose the right panel saw for your applications, it’s time to take a deeper dive into our accessories and accessory packages for our panel saws for optimizing production with your panel saws. Our accessories provide many benefits including: Taking stress off your back by bringing smaller panels to waist level […]

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