DMSI’s inventory of machines includes an Amada VM 3800 plate saw, which has a working capacity of 10 tons to accommodate materials as large as 30” wide, 24” high, and 240” long. Using a carbide-tipped blade, the Amada VM 3800 cuts steel and a variety of other materials into segments suitable for finish cuts.
We maintain close tolerance work in a process requiring two basic methods. First, we measure the material by sighting with a laser. Then we use a computer controlled detector that prevents the blade from straying. The Amada VM 3800 adapts to virtually any piece of material and makes cuts at any angle.