Plasma Arc Welding and Machining Project
Plasma arc welding (PAW) is the process of joining metals that are produced by heating using a constricted arc placed between an electrode and work piece. Plasma arc machining (PAM) uses a high-jet and high-temperature jet of gas to melt substances in its pathway. The plasma welding process was used in the year 1964 and has brought better control to arc welding process. Plasma preserves its original advantages and gives an advanced control to produce long electrodes for higher productivity. Plasma process can be performed manually as well as automatically. It’s been utilized for precision welding of surgical instruments and also to the welding of kitchen equipments.