Abrasive wire on 5 axis hot wire machine can certainly cut foam cement, but the ease with which it can be cut will depend on a few factors such as the density of the foam, the thickness of the foam, and the type of abrasive wire being used.
Foam cement, also known as cellular concrete, is a lightweight cement-based material that contains foam or air-filled voids, which give it a low density and high insulation properties. Cutting foam cement with abrasive wire will require a wire that is strong enough to cut through the cement, but not so strong that it will tear or damage the foam.
For thinner foam cement sheets, a finer abrasive wire with a higher grit may be suitable, while thicker foam cement sheets may require a coarser abrasive wire with a lower grit. It’s also important to use the proper safety equipment, such as eye protection and gloves, when cutting foam cement with abrasive wire.
In summary, abrasive wire on the CNC foam cutting machine can cut foam cement, but the ease of cutting will depend on factors such as the density and thickness of the foam, and the type of abrasive wire being used. It’s important to choose the right abrasive wire and use proper safety equipment when cutting foam cement.