PROCESS : Cutting Metal with Fire
Plasma cutting is a process that uses high velocity compressed air as a cutting gas.

The quality of the cut is superb. This high velocity gas, that is PLASMA, conducts electricity from the torch to the work piece.

The plasma heats the work piece melting the material.

You can cut along a predetermined line drawn on the surface of the steel and get a precise cut. Organic and geometric cuts are possible
Plasma cut steel stamps are used to impress deep texture. A variety of colored slips [clay + water] are painted on the pieces ready to fire.
After the first firing, metallic stains are painted on and sponged off for the final firing. This process yields a great variety of color and texture.
Janey Skeer Clay & Steel - Studio : 747 Santa Fe Drive, Denver CO 80204 - 303 573 5903 - Email