L-Shaped Angle Beams
Angle beams have two legs that come together at a right angle, forming an L shape. The lengths of the two legs can be equal or can differ in length, depending on how it will be used. Because of their minimal structural depth, L-shaped angle beams are reliably stable and are therefore commonly used to anchor a flooring system to a building’s foundation.
Improve Your Production of L-Shaped Angle Beams
If you’re a structural steel fabricator, you’re likely well-familiar with this type of steel beam and have undoubtedly manufactured quite a few in your career. However, you’re not alone in the industry. You have countless competitors mass-producing angle beams for clients whose business you’d like to earn. To help you get ahead of your competitors, consider having a BeamCut system installed in your shop. What is BeamCut? A revolutionary X-Definition plasma machine for structural steel fabrication.
Benefits of BeamCut
BeamCut is powered by an industry-leading, six-axis FANUC robotic arm and the latest XPR300 plasma from Hypertherm, and is, therefore, the most advanced CNC plasma cutting technology on the market. Its fully automated operations can handle every step of the angle-beam fabrication process in one pass, minimizing material handling and the risk of damaged materials, and allowing you to maintain a lean workforce—BeamCut requires only one technician to operate!
By streamlining your fabrication capabilities, BeamCut can reduce your production time by as much as 80%—a substantial return on investment—and help you outpace your competitors with quicker deliveries of perfectly fabricated L-shaped angle beams.
To learn more about how BeamCut can improve your production of L-shaped angle beams, contact us today.