Plasma cutters??

Discussion in 'Garages, Workshops & Tools' started by allstar12316, Feb 21, 2015.

  1. ffshu

    ffshu Veteran Member

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    I might be late to the conversation, but I have the Eastwood versa 40 and it is a kick ass machine. The convenience of being able to use it anywhere in my shop on 120 is nice since the 220 cord isn't very long and I haven't changed it yet. If you look back on my post, page 13 #183-187, you will see I built a welding table with a 1/2" plate top, and I cut a 5' side and a 3' side with mine (on 220v of course) and it cut it like butter. I would recommend this machine to anybody looking for one. I am so glad I didn't buy one of those Chinese brands like I originally was going to do. Best warranty on one also!
     
  2. allstar12316

    allstar12316 Veteran Member

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    Dec 6, 2011
    Manalapan, Nj
    My plan was to slowly save up and buy the versa cut 40.. Good for me my soon to be fiancé decided to suprise me and ordered the machine for me. I will let you guys know how the machine performs. Do you guys find yourselves using the cutter more often then not?
     
  3. Da-bigguy

    Da-bigguy Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I've only used mine a couple times but when I did use it, it worked very well so I expect to be using it more as I get deeper into metal work.
     
  4. allstar12316

    allstar12316 Veteran Member

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    so i used the machine today on 110 and it cuts right through sheetmetal. a good purchase in my mind. What type of filters are you guys using to protect them?
     
  5. allstar12316

    allstar12316 Veteran Member

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    any idea where to get these inline filters?
     

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