10 Fun, Crazy, And Downright Weird Cnc Plasma Cut Projects On The Internet

Cnc Plasma Cut Projects

Small businesses driven by CNC plasma tables are springing up left and right as people realize that they can create valuable objects cost effectively and on a small to medium scale. Many people have learned plasma cutting from zero simply to start a business—that’s how great the demand is for certain items that can be created safely, efficiently, and cheaply with a CNC plasma table.

You probably know that plasma cutting is an efficient and precise method for cutting all kinds of metals. You’re probably familiar with the many types of signage, lawn art, and perhaps even the fancy fences and fire pits that an experienced CNC plasma table operator can fabricate.

When you get creative, there is seemingly no end to the different types of projects that can be designed and made in your very own shop with the help of a CNC plasma table. Here are some of the most unusual and interesting ones we’ve seen across the internet.

CNC Plasma Cut Dragon Fire Pit

Are you missing Game of Thrones since the finale several years ago? Now you don’t have to. Just order up this dragon fire pit and gather your friends for an unforgettable evening. And don’t forget the smores! If you really miss the show, you could even have a custom iron throne fabricated for yourself. Who’s to say you’re not the rightful heir to the seven kingdoms?

CNC Plasma Cut Coffee Shop Countertop

As we said, what a CNC plasma table can do is limited only by your imagination. Minimalist Steampunk, anyone? Behold, the ultimate rustic coffee shop counter. This is giving us vibes of Portland, Oregon or Seattle. Can’t you imagine that people might be drawn into this place JUST to check out the counter? That’s the power of one really well-designed centerpiece.

CNC Plasma Cut Dinosaurs

What’s not to love about a 10 foot long metal velociraptor statue? Nothing, that’s what! And if you thought this 10 foot long CNC plasma cut dinosaur by MillstreamCreations was just for a museum or kids’ playground, think again.

CNC plasma cut dinosaur
The comments show that customers are placing orders to get this mighty beast in their backyard! Could it be done without a CNC plasma table cutter? Perhaps. But the price tag would easily be ten times as high. And if you’re a vegetarian, fear not—there’s also a stegosaurus.

stegosaurus cnc plasma cut

Um, What the Heck is This?

Tay Whiteside’s shop in Roanoke, Virginia claims to be able to build just about anything you can dream up. So when they say that this helical lawn sculpture is the most unique thing they’ve ever built, that means something.

The new owners, one a professor of genetics, call it “beyond belief,” and we’d have to agree. It’s hard to imagine that this enormous sculpture could have been constructed without the use of a CNC plasma table.

CNC Plasma Cut Railings

Vines and railings are a match made in heaven, apparently. Many of the projects here could be made on CNC plasma tables. Metal combines with wood for a look that strikes the perfect balance between rustic and elegant. We dare you not to fall in love with these railings!

CNC Plasma Cut More Fire Pits

So many fire pits to choose from in the CNC plasma world. Here’s one by DXFcollection you might not have thought of: A cow fire pit with all the cuts of beef marked off. If you or someone you know loves to grill out, this pit may be the perfect match.

cow fire pit

CNC Plasma Cut Obnoxious Signs

There’s a fine line between having fun with your customers and ticking them off. If you want to walk that line, this sign from Gizmo Plans is pretty irresistible.

signage cnc plasma cut

We can also see this in the kitchen of a busy mom, as a funny backdrop for video calls, or even in a goofy professor’s office. And because signage is easy and inexpensive to print with a CNC plasma table, there’s the potential to create an entire small business around printing these types of signs.

CNC Plasma Cut L-O-V-E sign

Tay Whiteside is at it again: A life size LOVE sign cut out of steel? Yes, it’s been done, and with the help of the CNC plasma table, it was done quickly! If you’ve never seen the table in action, check out the link above at 13:45. It really gives you an idea of the precision and speed that are possible using one of these machines.

CNC Plasma Cut Vintage Motorcycle Glory

Apparently, when you love motorcycles, you love motorcycles. If you don’t believe us, check out Plasmaman’s collection of 1/5 scale vintage motorcycles. Obsessive? Definitely. Unique? Absolutely. This is just more evidence that a CNC plasma table has infinite flexibility to create pretty much anything you can dream up.

CNC Plasma Cut Gigantic Eagle

This Idaho-based sculpture artist uses her CNC plasma table to create projects for herself and her clients. This eagle has a wingspan of 17 feet! Where she used to create such items by hand, she now uses a plasma table to create her sculptures along with tools, machine parts, jewelry, and other items necessary for her craft.

Make Your Own CNC Plasma Cut Project

If these unique projects have inspired you to create your own sign, figurine, lawn ornament, firepit, furniture, or to create these on behalf of your clients, contact Squickmon’s now. We offer the right equipment at the right price for everyone from weekend warriors to hobby shops to manufacturers and designers. All of our machines come with full training and access to a dedicated customer service team that will help you through any rough spots for the lifetime of the machine. We even offer financing to qualified buyers.

It’s time to make the dream a reality. Call Squickmon’s today!

 Simon Patterson

Simon Patterson

Simon Patterson is the owner and founder of Squickmon's Engineering & Engineering. With over 15 years of fabrication and manufacturing experience, alongside a mechanical engineering degree, he knows exactly what it takes to create a quality product for small fabrication shops as well as large industrial manufacturing companies. He set out to create a company that stands by their products with confidence as well as integrity. His goal was to build a company with a strong foundation, quality product, satisfied customers, and a product that is 100 percent designed and built in the USA.

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