Metal profile cutting

Take control of your own metal profile cutting

Swift-Cutter with their Swift-Cut Plasma TableBuying your own CNC plasma table will change the way you do business.  Having your own in-house capabilities will put an end to expensive and time consuming outsourcing.  Swift-Cut software is designed for ease of use and when we say ‘ease of use’, we really mean it.  You’ll be amazed at just how simple and straightforward these machines are to operate.  Our Swift-Cut engineers designed the tables to require zero training and immediate usage.  Once installed, you’re good to go.

A huge majority of our customers bought their own Swift-Cut CNC plasma table when they grew tired of the expensive and time consuming nature of outsourcing.  In-house capabilities mean that turnaround and time scales are within your own control and not that of an outsourcer.  You can meet the needs of your clients as quickly as you need to.  It also presents you with the ability to offer your clients more, whether that’s in the form of prototypes or by diversifying into new areas. Owning a Swift-Cut CNC plasma cutting table is a positive and potentially game-changing addition to any business.

Matthew Stobart, from the Stobart division of S & C Thermofluids, says owning their own plasma cutting table has changed the face of their business, ‘the Swift-Cut table has revolutionised the way we do things, most of our work is one-off research equipment on a very fast turnaround so waiting for profiling companies to deliver parts was a big problem.  Now we can cut profiles while the project is in the design stage and make changes in real time.’

Time saved also means money saved and all our past clients agree, these savings made from no longer having to outsource, coupled with the increased productivity means that the table often pays for itself within a very short space of time.

Marcus Pagett of Nigel Ferguson Fabrications told us, ‘the Swift-Cut 2500 has transformed the way we do things and easily paid for itself well within the first year.’

Not so much a purchase therefore, but an investment into the future of the business. Nigel Cawdron of Hancaw Fabrication summed it up perfectly when he said, ‘it’s one of those things, you buy it and wonder why you didn’t get it ten years ago.’

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