The machine is capable of cutting faster than a laser on thicker materials.
It will run alongside the company's latest innovation, the Plasmaster 3015, an entry-level low cost cutting solution that utilises the Kaliburn Spirit high definition plasma cutting technology system.
The RUR2500 has a cut width of 2m and the modular design permits table dimensions to be tailored to the demands of the end user. In addition, Kerf engineers at MACH will be keen to demonstrate the flexibility and potential of the wide range of Kaliburn plasma units and the Kemper fume extraction tables. Additional options for advanced CAD/CAM and nesting solutions as well as a number of fume extraction solutions will also be showcased. The RUR incorporates a rigid frame design that is ultrasonically stress relieved.
Kerf is manufactures high-density plasma cutting and oxy-fuel cutting equipment in the UK; it is also the UK and Ireland's flagship dealership for the Burny & Kaliburn range of control systems.