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Unread 02-02-2008, 08:29 PM   #1
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CNC Plasma Table

Anybody have any experience with Torchmate Plasma Tables/Software?

I've been eyeballing their Torchmate 3 Setup.. probably the 4'x8' table using a Hypertherm HT 1250 with machine torch and auto voltage sensing attachment.

I've never messed with CNC anything so I'm open to general suggestions, personal experiences, things to watch out for..etc. Especially helpful would be any personal experience with the particular setup I mentioned above..

This would mainly be used for bumper bracketry and general brackets/gussets...etc. Lots of 3/16" plate.. a little less 1/4" plate and the ability to do the occasional 5/16" or 3/8" thick piece..


Thoughts? Other suggestions? Good, bad or otherwise.. Thanks!

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Unread 02-03-2008, 08:46 PM   #2
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I use PlasmaCam's software for my buddies table (not a PlasmaCam table, not sure what brand his table is). We cut out shackle hangers, frame plates, and boomerang shackles today for my front end stretch project that I'm gonna do tomorrow! I'll post up some pics tomorrow evening. Its real nice having access to a plasma/torch table and a press brake when I need it.
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