Plasma Powers Auto Restoration - 5/15/2009
Hanover, NH – SeriousSparks.com, a new Web site for people who enjoy customizing and restoring cars professionally or in their own garages, has been launched by Hypertherm.
The site provides guidance on using plasma to cut metal during restoration and customization jobs. In addition, it provides a variety of other information that makes it a one-stop spot for car enthusiasts. An “Events” section serves as a single resource for those wanting to know about automotive happenings in the United States—everything from hot rod racing events to swap meets to classic car exhibitions. A “Share Your Ride” section gives site visitors a chance to show off their cars, while a “Projects” section provides examples of how other people are using plasma to fix up their rides. The site also contains an extensive “Video” section where users can see plasma in action.
“More and more car enthusiasts are discovering the benefits of plasma. They find it is faster, easier to use and makes cleaner cuts than other types of cutting technologies. They also like plasma’s ability to gouge,” says Lisa Cosentino, content manager for SeriousSparks.com. “This site is designed to help car enthusiasts learn more about plasma and connect with other people interested in metalworking for cars.”
Read more here or visit SeriousSparks.com.
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Posted by Bill McBride
from Quimby Corporation
on May 15, 2009, 1:24 pm PDT
Plasma is a great choice for auto work. There is less distortion, it makes cutting out a body panel faster and cleaner, and clean-up is minimal. But really, plasma is pretty universal as a cutting application. As the technology improves and the costs keep coming down, itâ€™s got great potential for growth.
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