Most powerful 60 amp compact plasma cutter available with genuine cut 3/4" and severance cut 1-1/4" steel
Compact inverter power supply provides infinite adjustment from 20-60 amps at 90% duty-cycle on standard 208-240VAC single-phase line weighing under 40 lbs
Industrial duty plasma torch with euro-connect plug allows easy removal for storage and uses all standard Matco consumable parts
Package includes inverter power supply with compressed air filter/dryer and gauge, NPT68 plasma torch, 4M 200A earth clamp, 4M 230V power cord, 5-spare cutting tips, 3-spare electrodes and operator manual with complete cutting instructions
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60 AMP PLASMA CUTTER 3/4'' (230VAC) is rated
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overall good product but....The only problem I have with this tool is the manual is not very user friendly. What I mean is when I went to use it for the 1st time, I ran into a problem hooking up air supply. It does not explain in manual what is needed to hook it up and then where does the glass tube with the metal ball go? I assume it goes inline to show optimal air pressure but I am not sure of this. Also, what air hose do I need to get so that I can use it? It looks like air line that may be used on air shocks with a push in connector on the machine but what do I use on the other end? Manual states it is best to hook directly to compressor.
Now that may be correct way but totally impractical in a shop like mine. I do not have a compressor that I am able to dedicate solely to plasma cutter so with that being said, how do I hook up an air line to one of my wall outlets? And again, what air hose would I use that is practical for my type of setup? I will need some type of quick connect, ect. The manual does not explain any of this. It also does not give you some general directions as to what power settings would be best fo the thickness of metal that is being cut.
A person that has used a similar setup may not have any of these questions but a 1st time user of this bigger machine will have. In the meantime, until I figure out what I need to hook it up to compressor lines and where this glass tube goes, it will be pushed back into the equipment area along with my other old obsolete equipment. :(