New TMC is Messer’s Largest Cutting Machine 

Messer Cutting Systems, Menomonee Falls, Wis., has introduced the largest machine in the company’s line, the TMC4500 DB. The TMC is a heavy-duty dual-box-beam constructed gantry cutting machine. The dual-beam design is supported by 10-foot endtrucks for greater stability, providing support for Messer's largest cutting tools.

The dual-beam design allows for the placement of process tools on both beams. In applications requiring a large variety of tools, the cross axis beam grows in width to accommodate the coverage of each process. The dual-beam design allows for a narrower footprint by utilizing both front and rear beams necessary to fit within limited workspaces.

Additionally, the design is strong enough to support Messer's 65HP drill with a 24-tool changer, capable of drilling 4-inch diameters holes. The TMC4500 DB can support all of Messer's process tools including precision bevel and straight plasma, laser and oxyfuel cutting, marking and grinding tools.

For more information, call 262-255-5520 or visit www.messer-cs.com.

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