Grand Prairie, TX – Laguna Tools Inc. is expanding its offering into the metal fabrication industry with the introduction of the new Smart-Cut Plasma CNC line. This new Plasma is built for the most demanding workloads as it comes with a heavy-duty tube welded steel frame, American-made Flash Cut CNC control, and U.S. based Hypertherm cutting torch systems. The new Smart-Cut Plasma is designed to deliver performance and accuracy at an affordable price.
The Smart-Cut Plasma CNC control offers unparalleled flexibility and workflow control featuring real-time torch height adjustment, a built-in material database with cut charts, true-shape nesting, and advanced lead-in/lead-out editing. With decades of experience, superior features, and thousands of satisfied customers, Smart-Cut’s fully integrated CAD/CAM CNC plasma control system ranks among the best in the world.
With US-based support and unsurpassed reliability, Hypertherm has long been respected as a leader in the plasma torch industry. Laguna Tools is proud to announce its partnership in bringing the class-leading performance of Hypertherm cutting torch systems to all its Smart-Cut Plasma CNCs.
With the new Smart-Cut Plasma CNC line, Laguna Tools looks to continue its tradition of providing high-quality plasma CNC cutting solutions for shops of every size and budget.
About Laguna Tools Inc:
Founded in 1983, Laguna Tools, Inc has developed a cult-like following with its innovative automated machinery, serving the woodworking, metalworking, and signage industries. Laguna’s product offerings range from automated machinery such as three and five-axis CNC routers, plasma, and laser cutters to hobby-related equipment such as bandsaws, planers, table saws, and more. Laguna Tools also specializes in equipment such as dust collection and air filtration systems.
Laguna Tools, Inc. currently occupies three main facilities in Grand Prairie TX (Headquarters), Huntington Beach CA, and West Columbia, SC. Laguna also has locations in both Minnesota and Michigan with the acquisition of both SuperMax Tools and Dake Corporation.
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