Messer Cutting Systems Introduces The New TMC4500 DB

April 24, 2013 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Messer Cutting Systems introduces the largest machine in Messers line, the TMC4500 DB. The TMC is heavy-duty dual box-beam constructed gantry cutting machine. The dual beam design is supported by massive 10 foot endtrucks for greater stability, providing support for Messer's largest cutting tools.

Why is the dual beam design beneficial? 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 beams 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 dual beam design is a strong enough to support Messer's 65HP drill with a 24 tool changer, capable of drilling four inch diameters holes. The TMC4500 DB can support all of Messer's process tools including precision bevel and straight plasma, laser, oxyfuel cutting, marking, grinding, and drilling up to 4" diameter holes.

"The marketplace now is demanding this larger more productive machinery and we anticipate an excellent market welcome with the new TMC4500 DB", says Joerg Toberna Marketing Manager. Learn more and watch the video at to see the machine in action or contact for more information.

Messer Cutting Systems headquartered in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, manufactures top of the line thermal cutting gantry machines. Their machines use advanced Plasma, Oxyfuel, drills, and laser cutting tools to cut shapes from mild steel, aluminum, and stainless steel plate. They have sales and service offices and located throughout United States, Canada and Mexico. Messer is a global company.