Getting Started with Your Plasma Cutter

Getting Started with Your Plasma Cutter

Understanding how the plasma cutter works and what all of the components do is going to help you get the most out of your machine. When you know when a nozzle or diffuser is bad, you'll be able to diagnose the problem, replace the parts and start getting perfect cuts again. We'll also explain the importance of clean air and having the pressure set correctly for the thickness of metal being cut. Make sure you watch the video and also get the consumables you need and you'll save a lot of time and money while getting the cleanest cuts that require the least amount of grinding.

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  • Eastwood Plasma Cutting Table

    Eastwood Plasma Cutting Table

    You won't have to plasma-cut with your work piece on a concrete floor
    $248.99
    You won't have to plasma-cut with your work piece on a concrete floor
    $248.99
  • Plasma Shades

    Plasma Shades

    Protect your eyes from the plasma cutter's harmful arc rays; shade #5
    $14.99
    Protect your eyes from the plasma cutter's harmful arc rays; shade #5
    $14.99
  • Eastwood 25 Ft Welder Extension Cord

    Eastwood 25 Ft Heavy Duty Welder Extension Cord

    Perfect 220V welding extension cord that meets all industry and customer standards.
    $182.99
    Perfect 220V welding extension cord that meets all industry and customer standards.
    $182.99
  • Fiberglass Welding Blanket 4ft X 5ft

    Fiberglass Welding Blanket 4ft X 5ft

    Stops most hot spatter from burning nearby materials during welding
    $56.99
    Stops most hot spatter from burning nearby materials during welding
    $56.99
  • Eastwood Sheet Metal Gauge

    Eastwood Sheet Metal Gauge

    Takes the guesswork out of measuring sheet metal and wire
    $16.99
    Takes the guesswork out of measuring sheet metal and wire
    $16.99

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Getting Started with Your Plasma Cutter

Understanding how the plasma cutter works and what all of the components do is going to help you get the most out of your machine. When you know when a nozzle or diffuser is bad, you'll be able to diagnose the problem, replace the parts and start getting perfect cuts again. We'll also explain the importance of clean air and having the pressure set correctly for the thickness of metal being cut. Make sure you watch the video and also get the consumables you need and you'll save a lot of time and money while getting the cleanest cuts that require the least amount of grinding.





 

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