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Re: Girls can plasma cut, too... (Video)

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Stick welding

12-03-2012 21:12:31

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Lanse, you should mark a line for her to follow and get her to go side to side instead of pulling toward herself. How come you got another plasma torch, did something happen to the Hypertherm 45? Also holding the arc away from the plate will wear out consumables faster.

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12-04-2012 02:37:56

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 Re: Girls can plasma cut, too... (Video) in reply to Stick welding, 12-03-2012 21:12:31  
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Seem as I remember reading or hearing that Longevity loaned Lanse that plasma so he would do some videos about it.
Personally I feel, unless you're doing a lot of sheet metal, aluminum, stainless steel work a plasma is nothing but a novelty act / the cool thing to have. And they will never pay for them selves.
Before anybody gets their undies in bunch, I own one too. :lol:

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Ken Macfarlane

12-04-2012 08:22:22

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 Re: Girls can plasma cut, too... (Video) in reply to Puddles, 12-04-2012 02:37:56  
I agree except on a low cap unit sheet metal work is economical, and working on rusted out cars you set a lot less stuff on fire vs torches, and you can cut curves and corners that a zip disc won't. I've got one too, my biggest complaint about it is the noise, what a racket.

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