Reduce Expenses for Your Structural Steel Fabrication Business Without Sacrificing Quality

Reduce Expenses, Steel FabricationAre you looking for a way to reduce expenses at your structural steel fabrication shop without sacrificing the quality of your work? If so, and you’re ready to elevate your business to a new level of success, choose BeamCut, the industry’s leading CNC plasma cutting technology. This advanced structural steel fabrication machine helps to eliminate wasted materials and can help you maintain a lean workforce, two benefits that can significantly lower your overhead.

Eliminating Wasted Materials

BeamCut’s advanced CNC software is exceptionally easy to use and will allow you to manually calibrate cutting tolerances, nest your parts, and track robotic cutting paths prior to processing. This will ensure that your materials are optimized by reducing costly programming and cutting mistakes. Plus, with state-of-the-art FANUC robotics, powerful XPR300 Hypertherm plasma, photo-laser profiling, and linear-laser measuring, all standard, your fabrication will be accurate and pristine.

Maintaining a Lean Workforce

Thanks to its all-in-one design, BeamCut will replace your shop’s punches, drill lines, band saws, coping and grinding stations, and layout and marking stations. Not only will this free up some physical space, but it will also help you maintain a lean workforce — BeamCut’s fully automated operation requires only one technician.

Getting Ahead with BeamCut

When you consider the savings you’ll receive from eliminating wasted materials and maintaining a lean workforce, combined with the fact that BeamCut will reduce your production time by as much as 80 percent, it’s easy to see how this remarkable plasma cutting technology can not only help erase unnecessary expenses but also provide a substantial ROI for your structural steel fabrication business.

To learn more about how BeamCut can help you stand out from your competitors by reducing expenses and improving the quality of your work, contact us today.