Bevel Head 60º

Bevel Cutting

Bevel Cutting is the process of cutting a part with an edge that is not perpendicular to the top of the piece. This is done to increase the surface area of the edge for a stronger more secure weld.

For more information about the Bevel Head 60°, talk to the Plazmax Team. 

How does it work?

The edges are descried throughout the industry by the English letter the cut most closely resembles when looking at a cross section. Common bevel types include V, A, X, Top Y, Bottom Y and K.

The head consists of 2 continuous axis working with the torch during the rotation of the A & C axis.  The torch supports turns on A axis and the intermediate support turns on C axis.


  • Bevelled edges are necessary for weld preparation and other final assembly methods.
  • Increased productivity demands combined with increased labour costs and a shortage of experienced operators are leading companies to adopt automated bevel technologies
  • Automated technologies promise improved accuracy and repetition for increased throughput
  • Setup time and scrap materials are greatly reduced for new job setup due to reduced trial and error.

Talk to the experts

We offer the most technologically advanced Hardware and Software solutions for all CNC Plasma Cutting situations.



+64 7 349 6821

New Zealand

07 349 6821


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Rotorua, 3015
New Zealand

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