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Hello,

Many years ago when I got started and decided to build my second table I created a website called cncplasmabuild.com The website ended up being hundreds of pages and followed my build journey. Many long term people on this site will remember it. I just purchased my 3rd table and I have created a new website called: cncplasmainfo.com This website is up to date on current info and addresses all of the topics that I see on the forums and groups on a regular basis like which table to buy, water treatment, cutting problems, air delivery and more.

I will throw in there that this site is based on what I have used, the tables I have or have had and the equipment and components that I like best based on what I have tried. There is a lot of general info and links to resources. I think its a great place to start out if your getting into cnc plasma cutting and gives you some things to think about.

Take it all for what it is. I will be updating the site on a weekly / monthly basis, adding videos and dxf files and more info. I'm always looking for topics, opinions, resources and info to add to the site. Any suggestions are welcome. I have a Facebook page facebook.com/cncplasmainfo where I will announce updates and new things to the site.

Here are some of the most popular pages:

Home Page: cncplasmainfo.com
Plasma Table shopping guide: cncplasmainfo.com/plasmatableshoppingguide.html
Water treatment questions: cncplasmainfo.com/watertreatement.html
Getting Started in CNC Plasma: cncplasmainfo.com/thebasics.html
pricing your work: cncplasmainfo.com/pricingyourwork.html
Free DXF Files: cncplasmainfo.com/pricingyourwork.html
Videos: cncplasmainfo.com/videos.html

There are a lot more pages and topics let me know what you think. Thanks for checking it out!
 

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