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Explaining the basics on how to use a plasma cutter; cutting out a steel plate that was missing on a skid steer loader. Plasma cutter: https://amzn.to/2S0QKzE Soap stone: https://amzn.to/2PK7p5a Grinder: https://amzn.to/2R5u0t8 Cutting torch: https://amzn.to/2PO0x6U
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This video explains how to use a straight edge with a drag tip style plasma cutter for clean straight cuts
I bought this plasma cutter almost 4 years ago. Still working great, and I'm always happy to use it.
From http://www.kevincaron.com - Artist Kevin Caron reveals your best bet for a clean metal cut using a plasma cutter by comparing amperage and air pressure. He cuts steel and varies amperage settings and air pressure settings - the results are clear! Caron is often asked how to set a plasma cutter the best way - how much amperage do you want for what thickness of metal? What air pressure do you want for what thickness of metal? Caron is using his Everlast PowerPlasma 80S plasma cutter to answer these questions. It's an 80 amp plasma cutter, rated to cut 1-1/2" metal and sever up to 1-3/4" metal. "Whoa! It's like holding a lightning bolt," says Caron. On the plasma cutter's front panel, you see a pressure gauge. At first, it's set pretty low, right around 15 PSI. Somebody (Caron) bumped the pressure regulator and changed the setting, so the first thing he's going to do is turn up the air pressure to about 60 or 65 PSI, where he wants it to cut some 1/8" hot rolled steel. Caron cautions to be sure to push down the knob on the pressure regulator, just to make sure it's locked in place so you don't knock it out of adjustment. He turns down the amperage down to 20 amps at 60 PSI and cuts the metal. Then he cuts it at 25 amps and 30 amps. The 20 amp cut took a long time - it just barely wanted to cut through. The 25 amp cut went a little quicker, and the 25 amp cut has a little smaller kerf. The 30 amp looks about the same width as the 25 amp, but it cut so much more quickly and easily! On the back, you can see the 20 amp cut had a big clump of dross, or slag, on the back. The 25 amp and 30 amp examples were smaller, but they were pretty similar. Now Caron is going to set it back up and vary the air pressure but keep the amps at 25 to find out if air pressure has any influence on the cut. He has another piece of 1/8" plate steel. The first cut is at 30 PSI. Next he bumps up the air pressure to 40 PSI. Next he cuts at 50 PSI. He skips 60 PSI where he did the first set of amperage tests, and he jumps up to 70 PSI. Looking at the cuts head on, you can see that there's a big blob of steel in the 30 PSI cut. The blob of metal in the 40 psi cut is smaller, in the 50 PSI cut the blob of steel is even smaller. The 70 PSI cut has the smallest amount of dross. On the back, you can see that, on the 30 PSI cut, the dross almost filled the cut back in. The 40 PSI cut is better, the 50 PSI one is better yet, and the 70 PSI cut is the clearest of all. Caron says this indicates that it's not amperage but air pressure that matters for a good, clean cut. As long as you have enough amperage to cut through your metal and cut at a decent rate of speed, turn up the air pressure a little more to get a better cut. However, be sure to READ YOUR MANUAL! Make sure you know how high you can set your air pressure. Don't over pressure the machine - they are only set to go so high without blowing a hose off or doing other damage to the machine. The manual will give you the range your machine can handle. Now that Caron is ready to back to work, you have time to see more how-to videos and his wild work at http://www.kevincaron.com Unless you want to wait another moment to see Caron lose his place .... "Inspired sculpture for public & private places." Artist Kevin Caron has been sculpting full time since 2006. You can see his more than 45 commissions in public and private places coast-to-coast and online at http://www.kevincaron.com. Please follow me! Twitter: https://twitter.com/kevincaronart Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kevincaronstudios
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We get out the Miller Spectrum 375 Plasma Cutter and Give you a lesson in "HOW TO USE A PLASMA CUTTER".. This is focused toward beginners and shows basic techniques on cutting steel, metal, aluminum, and the basic setup for using the plasma cutter to the fullest extent. Plasma cutters work by sending an electric arc through a gas that is passing through a constricted opening. The gas can be shop air, nitrogen, argon, oxygen. etc. This elevates the temperature of the gas to the point that it enters a 4th state of matter. In a typical handheld plasma system,, the electrode and nozzle consumable parts are in contact with one another inside the torch when in the OFF state. When the trigger is squeezed, the power supply produces a DC current that flows through this connection, and also initiates the plasma gas flow. Once the plasma gas (compressed air) builds up enough pressure, the electrode and nozzle are forced apart, which causes an electrical spark that converts the air into a plasma jet. The DC current flow then switches from electrode to nozzle, to a path between the electrode and work piece. This current and airflow continues until the trigger is released. Contact Pete HERE: http://www.swrnc.com or 972-420-1293 #PlasmaCutter #LinolnElectric #MillerElectric