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PWL#105B - Resources on Metal Cutting, Oxy-fuel Cutting Safety, Safety Practices, Cut Torch Safety
May 15, 2012
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PWL#105B - Resources on Metal Cutting, Oxy-fuel Cutting Safety, Safety Practices, Cutting Torch Safety, Compressed Gases, Explosive Mixtures, Fire Hazards, Handling Cylinders, Electric Shock Hazard, Laser Dangers, Cutting Best Practice, Process and Equipment selection, Comparison and much more...
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Following the complete revision and rewriting of our page on Metal Cutting Technology, this page, dedicated to Resources on the same subject, may provide complementary information.
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Welding, Cutting, and Brazing
Cutting Torch Safety (1 page)
Flame Cutting Handbook (34 pages)
Gas Cutting (26 pages)
Fundamentals of Gas Welding & Cutting (73 pages)
Safety in gas Welding, Cutting and similar (16 pages)
Code of Practice -
Hand Welding and Cutting Torches - General Safety Practices (16 pages)
Plasma Cutting Safety Makes Sense
Safety: The burning issue in oxyfuel torch use
Preventing torch fires in welding and cutting operations
Laser safety in the industrial workplace
Oxy-fuel welding and cutting
Oxy-Acetylene Welding and Cutting (Three parts)
How to Use a Cutting Torch
The Basics of Oxy-Fuel Cutting
Torch Burning and Cutting Information
How to cut with an oxygen acetylene welding cutting torch (Video)
Tool School: Break Out the Torch
PETROGEN® - Oxy-Gasoline Cutting System (64 pages)
Thermal Cutting (18 pages)
The Great Debate: Plasma Cutter or Oxyfuel Torch?
How Plasma Cutters Work
How To Select And Operate A Hand-Held Plasma Cutter
Plasma Cutting Resources
Lincoln Electric 20 Plasma Cutter
Plasma Cutting - Recommended Gases
Plasma Cutting Torch - Instruction Manual (60 pages)
The Benefits of Plasma Arc Cutting
New Materials, Torch Shapes Expand Plasma Cutting Applications
Plasma Cutting: Then and now
Plasma Cutter - Consumer Guide
One laser head, one plasma torch, one cutting table
Laser cutting machines
Laser cutting and laser drilling
Sheet Metal Laser Cutter
Fiber vs. CO2 Comparison
Laser Cutting with Ytterbium Lasers
Standard metal cutting processes: laser cutting vs. water jet cutting
Laser Tube Cutting
Laser cutting and laser fine cutting
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