Yes a O/A cut can provide cuts higher quality thasn that. The keys to successful Oxyfuel cutting are taking care of your equipment. The torch is NOT a hammer, neither is the tip. Keep the tip clean and properly size your tip to the material your working with and keep it clean. I consistently see folks over size the tip. The next step is correct working pressures, another mistake most folks make is to much pressure or the regulators are bottomed wide open. You local welding supply can fix you up with a chart that explains proper tip size and pressures if your not sure. A neutral flame is mandatory to produce quality cuts. Getting comfortable is one of the main things and the most important is safety. Use the correst #5 filter Lens and back off the regulators when shutting down. You can't do a good job if you can't see what your doing or have a reg screw blowed through yourself.
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