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  • sstec
    replied to plasmacam
    PlasmaCam

    Metalmeltr,
    Sent you a PM.
    Had mine for 6 years...
    sstec
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  • sstec
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    No Hot H20

    I would agree...
    Bad thermo coupler...............

    sstec
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  • sstec
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    Pseaman

    Paul,
    As I have said in the past before and after the issues in your life came about.............
    If ever you want to "get away"
    head on down to sunny AZ............
    I have a stall for you and have contacts that would love to put you to work.......
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  • sstec
    replied to Pleasently surprised yesterday
    MAC702
    Obviously that must have been some inexpensive, commonly-available part. Had it been rare or expensive, it'd never have come out so nicely, so easily...


    I don't care who you are........
    Now that's funny.............

    Nothing more true then that...
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  • sstec
    replied to Miller 2050 and brass sheet
    smoke

    marcos,
    So do I...but when you hit the "sweet" spot of amps/ipm/offset you will get smoke showing top side even with the downdraft, that for the most part gets sucked down if you don't have a lot of openings in the cut sheet.
    Let me know how it works....
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  • sstec
    replied to Miller 2050 and brass sheet
    what typre of dross?

    When you cut, are you getting a lot of smoke? If not speed up.
    I would start out at max amps and at least 150 ipm with new electrode and nozzle with at least .125 off set above the work piece. If you still get a lot of dross try upping to 175 ipm, if you do...
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  • sstec
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    jzimm...

    JZIMM,
    Where are you located at? I may know of someone in your area that is doing what you are thinking about.
    Here is my nickels worth of free advice.......
    If you want to sell on ebay and ship it to where ever, then keep it small, thin and simple, something...
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  • sstec
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    Jzimm

    JZIMM,
    Fine cut consumables are a "HyperTherm" brand parts and DO NOT work in Miller plasmacutters.

    Next what is the level of detail you intend to cut?
    What is the thickest material you will be cutting?
    You can always turn the 2050 down...
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  • sstec
    replied to Thoughts on Plasma Cutters?
    bigger is better

    Like bulldog said bigger is better.

    Don't take anybodies word on rating, unless you try it yourself.
    Will a 625 cut 1/2 steel? sure it will.....may not be pretty, but look at bulldogs cuts (by hand) with his 1000.
    If your going to cut thin...
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  • what kind of fire pit?

    just a metal ring sitting on the ground with an open bottom?
    I use HR, a little cheaper and is going to rust anyway...

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  • sstec
    replied to Weekend Projects
    For Sale

    Just Local.
    The large size are 46" across and 24" high...
    A little big to ship. But I've sold eight of them and only 2 are staying in AZ so far...
    Gary94,
    If you get down to the valley give me shout we could meet. I'm in the far east valley....
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  • sstec
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    fun

    you've got mail..
    sstec
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  • sstec
    replied to Weekend Projects
    Fun

    I'll send you some animals and a couple trees I have drawn.

    Here is the link to EZART
    http://www.ezart.com/

    Shoot me your e-mail address.

    sstec
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  • sstec
    replied to rebar rings how to bend.
    Look at this one

    http://www.shopoutfitters.com/RingRoller.html

    Charlie,
    I know they use a rubber roller on their drive roller, that should help feed the rebar?
    Some where on the web I saw plans for a ring roller???
    Did you do a google search yet?
    I...
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  • sstec
    replied to Weekend Projects
    Kerf size


    On my 2050 at 40 - 45 amps , new nozzle and electrode I start out at .040 then open up to .045 after 1500" of cut.
    I've been getting 300 - 500 pierces and upto 5000" of cut per set.
    My 375 runs about .030 at 25 amps.
    Be careful on using...
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