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Plasma cutters

Big4x4ride

Moderator
Joined
Jul 10, 2013
Looking at buying a plasma for the house, obviously I would like a Hypertherm, but hard to justify the cost for what little use it will really see here. what others have you guys have good luck with in the 50 Amp range?
 

Blitz

Active member
Joined
Jul 20, 2013
Ill have to see what brand i have. But me and my dad bought it together about 15 years ago and its still going strong. Want to say we only spent like $1000 on it if I remember right.
 

fourwheelerjeff

Administrator
Staff member
Joined
Jul 9, 2013
would a plasma be a good tool to cut a blazer body into a buggy or is it too messy? too many rough edges?
 

OleCoot

Administrator
Staff member
Joined
Jul 8, 2013
would a plasma be a good tool to cut a blazer body into a buggy or is it too messy? too many rough edges?
I think a combination of a plasma and a sawzall would be best. cutting torch for the really think pieces.
 

Bunker Buster

Member
Joined
Jul 12, 2013
Thats one of the ones Ive been looking at. Lotos, Primeweld, and Amico brands. Leaning towards the Lotos or the Primeweld
I have the Lotus and have been happy with it. I bought it and then a couple weeks later, the price almost doubled on Amazon.