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CNC Plasma Cutting, Flame Cutting & Lumsden Grinding Services

Welcome to Patrick Steel Ltd, specialists in the provision of flame cutting, CNC profile cutting and Lumsden grinding services throughout Coventry, surrounding areas of the Midlands and the rest of the UK. With a wealth of knowledge in the steelwork industry, we are able to accommodate small, singular orders as well as large batch quantities through a fast and efficient CNC flame cutting and grinding service. Our team of experienced and well-trained metalworkers ensures a quick turnaround time, guaranteeing rapid deliveries at competitive prices to all customers.

Plasma Cutting CNC High Definition Profile Cutting Machine

Plasma Cutting - CNC High Definition Profile Cutting Machine


  • We have one High Definition Plasma cutting machine.
  • The machine is capable of cutting Mild Steel, Stainless Steel and Aluminium
  • Thickness range of 1mm up to 25mm.
  • It is operated using the latest Lantek Software.
  • It is capable of accuracy of up to ± 0.5mm.

Flame Cutting CNC Profile Cutting Machine

Flame Cutting - CNC Profile Cutting Machine


  • We have 4 CNC Oxy-propane flame profiling machines.
  • Each is digitally connected to our CAD/CAM systems. They have 5 heads per machine and are capable of cutting profiles up to 6,000mm x 3,00mm. Various thicknesses of steel plate are available from 5mm to 300mm in grades S275/43A, S355/50B and EN8.
  • We can work from simple sketches, engineering drawings or electronic DXF files. We can also reverse engineer existing jobs using our magic eye scanner.

Lumsden Grinding Grinding Machine

Lumsden Grinding - Grinding Machine


  • We have 5 Lumsden Grinding (Rotary) machines.
  • Two 60" (1524mm) - Two 48" (1220mm) - One 36" (915mm) diameter tables.


  • Unspecified 0.25mm (10 thou) - Specified 0.1mm (4 thou). Flat / parallel to within 2 thou per linear foot.

We Can Grind Free Issue Material, As Well As Flame Cut Profiles

Steelwork Materials Used:

  • We stock a wide variety of mild steels in different grades and thicknesses.
  • Plate Thickness: 5mm to 300mm
  • BS EN100 025 S275 (formerly known as BS4360 grade 43A)
  • BS EN100 025 S355JR (formerly known as BS4360 grade 50B)
  • BS 970 080M40 grade EN8

More specialist steel specifications can be ordered to suit your requirements. All materials can be supplied with full certification on request.

ISO 9001 Accredited


ISO 9001 is the internationally recognised standard for Quality Management Systems (QMS). It is the most widely used QMS standard in the world, with over 1.1 million certificates issued to organisations in 178 countries.

ISO 9001 provides a framework and set of principles that ensure a common-sense approach to the management of your organisation to consistently satisfy customers and other stakeholders. In simple terms, it provides the basis for effective processes and effective people to deliver an effective product or service time after time.

For more information about our CNC flame cutting, CNC profile cutting or Lumsden grinding services, contact Patrick Steel Ltd today on: 02476 645 422 /

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What Is Shot Blasting?

What Is Shot Blasting?

What Is Shot Blasting? Shot Blasting is a process used to strip imperfections, for surface protection and to prepare these surfaces for finishing. This can also be used before any welding or colouring. A Shot Blaster uses centrifugal force to fire a stream of abrasive material (steel beads) against a surface. When fired at a smooth surface, the abrasive can roughen the surface and vice versa, this is often essential to treat metals prior to a powder coating.   Similar types of process include sandblasting, water blasting and dry-ice blasting.

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Bespoke Steel Staffies - Plasma Cut

Bespoke Steel Staffies - Plasma Cut

We were approached by a client who had a bespoke request due to a recent event. Unfortunately, their two Staffy dogs had passed away and they wanted to create a bespoke piece as a memorial to them. For the look that they were trying to create we decided to use 3mm mild steel to achieve the desired look. The 3mm mild steel will rust over time to fit in with the surroundings of the garden. See image for the finished look.

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Plasma Cut Into Mild Steel Bar Counter Front

Plasma Cut Into Mild Steel Bar Counter Front

Patrick Steel Ltd recently completed a plasma cutting project for Dhillon's Brewery.

Having worked for these guys in the past we decided to use 3mm mild steel for the bar counter front. The reason behind this was because the material was fit for purpose and perfect to acheive the look and feel to match the rest of their company.

We plasma cut their logo into multiple sheets of 3mm mild steel in order for them to be mounted onto the front of their mobile bar.

Dhillon's Brewery were very happy with the finished design and look.

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What is Lumsden grinding?

What is Lumsden grinding?

Lumsden is a popular make of grinder. Lumsden grinding is the removal of material using a grinding machine. By doing it this way, higher rates of material are removed. Compared to other ways of grinding, larger areas can be machined without leaving lines. Lumsden grinding comes in different types: Reciprocal grinders to grind on a long rectangular table Rotary grinders to grind on a circular magnetic table Here at Patrick Steel Ltd we have 5 rotary grinders, Two 60”, Two 48” and One 36” to ensure a high quality appearance of the finished product and to the specific thickness that our customers desire. If you would like any more information on our grinding machines or for any other enquiries then contact us today!

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Plasma Cutting Or Laser Cutting... Which Is Better?

Plasma Cutting Or Laser Cutting... Which Is Better?

Having continuously invested in modern plasma cutting equipment over the years, the team at Patrick Steel Ltd can fabricate a wide range of products at highly competitive prices. Operating from our fully equipped workshop in Coventry, all our metalwork is completed to the strictest of standards, producing parts and components that meet a variety of customer requirements across multiple industries. The Differences Between Laser Cutting & Plasma Cutting… Plasma Cutting Used in conjunction with (C.A.D) Computer Aided Design software, Plasma cutting machines produce highly accurate components in a consistent and time-efficient manner. Electric current and compressed gas are passed through a confined opening (under pressure) to cut through the metal plate, achieving a neat and precise finish every time. Benefits Of Plasma Cutting: Fast and cost effective A.D Integration Can be used to cut through all metals Highly accurate Achieves a consistent finish High quality part replica...

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Do Plasma Cutters Really Produce Clean Cuts?

Do Plasma Cutters Really Produce Clean Cuts?

We are often asked if Plasma cutting does what it says on the tin and produces precise cutting. Precision plasma cutting has come a long way and the latest technologies provides a clean, sharp cut. Plasma cutting cuts through conductive material with ease including stainless steel, aluminium, brass even copper. In fact, Plasma cutting can cut through any metal, regardless of the thickness. Plasma cutting can do this cut through any metal with ease. By creating a complete electric circuit combined with compressed gas, which is blown threw a nozzle at high-speed means the cuts are precise and quick. In addition to this, an electrical arc from the cutter torch travels down the plasma and ionizes the gas. This creates an electronically conductive channel of plasma which in turn creates enough heat to melt through any metal. This combination of electricity and gas ensures a precise cut every time.

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