The MetalMaster Xcel is the Fastest Plasma Cutting Machine on the Market

By: | November 13th, 2016

Messer Cutting Systems, leading manufacturer of oxyfuel, plasma, and fiber laser cutting machines, will be located in Booth C33085 and is sponsoring the Fabtech Bistro at this year‘s Fabtech Show in Las Vegas, Nevada later this week.

In Messer’s booth, the MetalMaster Xcel, the fastest plasma cutting machine on the market, will perform live HPR400XD plasma bevel cutting and PinStamp® marking, and also features a fiber laser cutting head and digital camera. When the Xcel was unveiled at the 2014 Fabtech Show in Atlanta, spectators were amazed at its speed and cut quality. Messer provided what manufacturers needed: a faster, more accurate way of producing precision cut parts. With state-of-the-art industry leading traverse speeds of 3000 IPM, a robust design, and high acceleration drives, the Xcel has been increasing production for many metal cutting industries.


Fulfilling industry demands, Messer Cutting Systems will showcase three new products: The new MetalMaster 2.0, a compact 5′ x 10′ unitized cutting machine and table featuring a Powermax 125® plasma torch for straight plasma cutting that provides superior cut performance at a low cost. Messer is also unveiling the new MetalMaster Evolution unitized cutting machine with The Slagger®. This machine features a HPR400XD plasma system to power the new Bevel-R Rotator which is a compact plasma bevel rotator designed to meet the needs of the modern fabrication shop and to save costly secondary operations. This high-speed plasma beveller can cut up to +/- 45 degrees.

Participants are invited to try out two interactive Global Control kiosks. Messer professionals will also be available to provide custom demonstrations of OmniWin CAD/CAM software.

This year, Messer is the proud sponsor of the 2016 Fabtech Bistro. The Bistro is open for lunch from 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., November 16-18, 2016. Pre-purchase meal tickets online at

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