Welcome to your Plasma Cutting Services here in Menorca, Spain. Offering you high accuracy cutting of most conductive metals. Specialising in house signs and nameplates plus a range of bespoke artworks.

Plasma Wizard, Menorca | If you can spell it, we can cut it

Welcome to Plasma Wizard. We are based in Menorca, Spain and offer not only local service but also mail-order plasma cutting services. Our e-commerce shop will be set up to cater for deliveries to most parts of Europe. Deliveries charges will be calculated as you work your way through to the checkout area. Initially, we offer a wide range of house, office and business plasma cut signage in raw or patinated finishes. However, we also offer a cutting service for your own designs, whether it be a one-off or many of the same such as brackets or fixing plates – Please contact us today and let us turn your ideas into memorable plasma cut designs and artwork.

Let’s get back to basics | Plasma Cutting Signs and Nameplates

The plasma-cutting process involves creating an electrical channel of superheated, electrically ionized gas this comes from the plasma cutter itself. This travels through the workpiece to be cut. Forming a completed electric circuit back to the plasma cutter through a grounding or earth clamp. This is accomplished by a stream of compressed gas. Usually, normal compressed shop air but other gases could be used depending upon the material to be cut, which is blown through a focused nozzle at high speed toward the workpiece.

Then an electrical arc is then formed within the gas, between an electrode or integrated into the gas nozzle. The electrical arc ionizes some of the gas, thereby creating an electrically conductive channel of plasma. As electricity from the cutter torch travels down this plasma, it delivers sufficient heat to melt through the workpiece. At the same time, much of the high-velocity plasma and compressed gas blow the hot molten metal away, cutting through the workpiece.

Plasma Cutting, Menorca, Spain


Cutting of conductive metals such as steel, Inox, aluminium etc. at speeds of up to 4 metres per minute. Machine capacity is 1200x1200x10mm

Customer supplied artwork | Plasma Cutting, Menorca, Spain

Custom Artwork

We can help you design your artwork or we are happy to customer supplied artwork and designs. We can help you make sure they are suitable for cutting.

Unique designs | Plasma Cutting, Spain

Unique Designs

Designs can be for mas production but often we want something special and personalised.

Delivered across Europe | Plasma Cutting, Spain

Delivered Across EU

Using delivery channels such as SEUR, DHL, Correos etc. we are able to deliver items of up to 30 kilos across the EU easily and safely.

Signs and Nameplates plasma cut in conductive metals

Plasma cutting is a very effective way of cutting thin and thick materials. Hand-held torches can usually cut up to 38mm thick steel plate and stronger computer-controlled torches such as the CNC Plasma Table we operate can cut steel up to 150mm thick given enough amperage. One of the major benefits of plasma cutters is producing a very hot and localized cone to cut with making them extremely useful for cutting sheet metal in curved, angled or intricate shapes.

CNC Plasma cutting services | Name plates | House signs | Spain
High accuracy cutting through most conductive metals | Your plasma cutting service here in Menorca, Spain

How’s the arc formed? | Plasma Signs & Artwork Delivered

The arc starts without contact with the workpiece in a three-step process. Firstly a high voltage spark briefly ionizes the air within the torch head – Cool. Making the air conductive and allowing the pilot arc to form. The pilot arc forms within the torch head, and at the same time current flow from the electrode to the nozzle, all inside the torch head. The pilot arc burns/eats up the nozzle, a consumable part $$, while in this phase only. The air then blows the plasma out the nozzle towards the workpiece, allowing a current path from the electrode to work. When the plasma cutter’s brain senses current flowing from the electrode to work, it stops the electrical connection to the nozzle. Current then flows from the electrode to work. Then the arc forms outside the nozzle. Cutting can then proceed without burning up the nozzle :-). Nozzle life is limited by the number of arc starts and not cutting time.

Contact us | Have some questions or need a quote?

Please provide us with as much detail as possible so we may best assist you in your plasma cutting of signs and nameplates, designs or artwork. Want to know more about our plasma cutting services here in Menorca, Spain or how you can customise one of our products to better suit your needs? Please take a look at our FAQ page.

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