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Im in the market for a plazma cutter for the shop, Ive used a few friends own and have some experiance but,
If you own one, Id love to hear your thoughts as to which models work well and which don,t....
for those unfamiliar with plazma cutters,
after you get a decent welder youll eventually want a PLAZMA CUTTER in the shop, a plazma cutter is a tool that allows precise cuts in almost any conductive metal, this comes in VERY HANDY when your fabing up exhaust headers, transmission mounts, motor mounts, accessory brackets, oil pans and similar projects

http://www.plasma-cutter.com/technical.htm



http://store.cyberweld.com/plasmacutters.html


http://www.htpweld.com/products/plasma_cutters/index.htm

http://www.welders-direct.com/merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=WD&Category_Code=PC
 

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ive seen them in action and they seem pretty handy:cheers:
 

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They're fantastic. I haven't used my acetylene torch to cut anything since getting my plasma cutter.
 

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what brand and model plazma cutter do you have and what if any features would you add or delete, problems? good and bad points??

THANKS FOR ANY INFO YOU CAN PROVIDE GUYS ,
all the info is useful, and the more I get the better my chice is likely too be. Ive used a few differant models and brands so far but Im not in a huge hurry so Ill take my time and make a good choice if I can:thumbsup:
 
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