Precision Plasma Cutting Steel
Midway Metals boasts Australia’s largest capacity for plasma cut plate processing used by medium to heavy manufacturing, tank manufacturers, water treatment, through to the mining industry.
Our high definition plasma cutting technology is capable of cutting stainless steel from 2mm to 80mm in thickness. All machines are networked using the latest Hypertherm Pronest Computer software, with full nesting facilities including standard development of cones, square to rounds and Lobster Back bends.
Plasma cutting technology uses the fourth state of matter, plasma, to transfer energy from a power supply to any conductive material. Plasma is formed when heat levels are increased on a gas (steam) so that the gases that make up the steam become ionised and electrically conductive. Using plasma this way results in a cleaner and faster cutting process.
Our high definition plasma cutting system is designed and engineered to produce the sharpest, highest-quality cuts possible using plasma. The torch and consumable designs are more complex than that of a conventional plasma system, with additional pieces included to further constrict and shape the arc. It utilises multiple gases such as oxygen, high purity air, nitrogen, and a hydrogen/argon/nitrogen mixture for optimum results on a multitude of conductive materials.
Cuts a variety of widths and lengths
Large profiles are supplied in one piece for greater structural strength
DXF files can be supplied by email
At Midway Metals we are proudly enabling Australian industries to deliver these world-class products and projects through high-performance stainless steel. We are fully Australian owned and operated and pride ourselves on being the preferred choice for local manufacturers and businesses who need top-quality stainless steel that is fit for purpose and professionally processed. Contact us to talk about your stainless steel needs and how we can help your business or project shine utilising high definition plasma cutting or any of our other stainless steel processes.