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Re: PlasmaCam

Postby AKmud » Tue Sep 19, 2017 12:27 pm

Thanks for the write up Jim, that answers a lot of my questions.
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Re: PlasmaCam

Postby aroberson77 » Mon Oct 23, 2017 12:54 pm

I have used an older Plasmacam table and also a state of the art Torchmate. The Torchmate software has a bit of a learning curve compared to the Plasmacam, but does work better for drawing parts if you don't have AutoCAD or Solidworks. You can get a good cut with both, it is all in the set up of the plasma torch and correct travel speed.

I have always thought if you got a CNC plasma machine you will probably almost never use the hand held torch unless you needed to cut some scrap up. I think that a dedicated machine head would probably be best/more ridgid for more accurate cuts
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