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  1. #451
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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    I apologize again. Just noticed your PM. Yes I am SW Manitoba The torch with 50' cable weighs 9 lb
    I will find out how much to ship. Wish we had some of your warm weather here. It"s - 25 to 30 C Most days

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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    Looks like TD recently released a Cutmaster 60i-X. Has me wondering if this is why these went on sale a while ago. Oh yeah it looks like they also now have black anodized electrodes with 60% more life expectancy.
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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
    Looks like TD recently released a Cutmaster 60i-X. Has me wondering if this is why these went on sale a while ago. Oh yeah it looks like they also now have black anodized electrodes with 60% more life expectancy.
    The sale still goes on here, and there.. The machine only version mostly.. The new machines output puts it right in the range of a Hypertherm 65 or Thermal Dynamics 82..

    The standard model is quite good, and the 3 phase a bit better yet.. I just picked up another one for $319.06 after the rebate.. Runs perfect on my 15 hp rotary at full output.

    I have been waiting for some nozzle design work before the electrode, but I will take what I can get..
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  4. #454
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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    $319 what that's just crazy stupid low pricing.

    Edit: Looks like Amazon has a decent price of $152.83 for the

    Thermal Dynamics 7-5680 Model SL60QD Torch Handle Assembly 75° Head, No Lead

    https://www.amazon.com/Thermal-Dynam...%2C238&sr=8-20

    I think I paid $125 for the extra gun I have back when they had all those low prices.
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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    I finally cut up a piece of 1/4” x 8” x 9” into four even rectangles to make feet for casters that will be installed on a welding table. This thing cuts very nice omg. I need more practice but this machine is awesome.
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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
    I finally cut up a piece of 1/4” x 8” x 9” into four even rectangles to make feet for casters that will be installed on a welding table. This thing cuts very nice omg. I need more practice but this machine is awesome.
    Good to hear you finally got to use it. I can still say this is the best hand cutting unit available of all the plasmas in its class I have ever used, works great on generators also. I need to make a roll bar like the CM52 though, It needs to be a little more industrial, I have already busted up the plastic. Seems it does not like being dragged on hot concrete by the torch cable...
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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    Sounds like you are putting it to good use and making money with it. I’d post a couple pics but my cell phones image resolution is to big for this web sight as well as most online forums.
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  8. #458
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    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
    Sounds like you are putting it to good use and making money with it. I’d post a couple pics but my cell phones image resolution is to big for this web sight as well as most online forums.
    You do know you can change the picture size on your phone in settings
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    Quote Originally Posted by mechanic416 View Post
    You do know you can change the picture size on your phone in settings
    No sir I did not know that. Heck I still live in a cave The lowest resolution setting on the front camera on this phone is 1920x1920 and that’s at 1:1 with 3.7MP. There is two other resolution settings and those are even higher resolutions.
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  10. #460
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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    As much as I hate google... I let it do the work for me

    if you are using an android os phone just run the google photos app and set it to automatically upload pics to your free google pics account( note: limit data to wifi only if you don't have an unlimited plan )

    From there you can just share the pics direct or save them from the photos.google.com site then they will post up fine in most all bbs software.

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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    Thanks ronsii I've been meaning to do that. Just have not taken the time to learn the process. It's too late tonight so maybe tomorrow.
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    Ok giving this google photos a try.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/9RaJzs3ia8mDRoVk7
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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    Buy yourself a small section of linear rail and block with a couple magnets on the end, a mount for the plasma torch and it will make you perfect straight cuts. Then you will be on your way next to a cnc table.
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    Ok ronsii I was able to just save the images to my mini iPad once in my google photos account in the cloud. Then upload them from the iPad mini to this forum just like you said “thumbs up”

    Here is a couple pics I took on the phone while I was cutting up that 8”x9” plate into 4 even plates that will eventually hold some harbor freight casters. I’m not making perfect cuts but for some one not practicing much I’d have to say I’m doing pretty good and I can only get better.

    Jaws maybe you can post a link or an image or two of the rail thing you are talking about. EDIT: I just googled liners rail. I never knew what that was until now.

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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    Nice hand cuts, I noticed you have the drag nozzle on, you can try the standoff also which works real well.
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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    Yeah for now I'm just using a guide fence and dragging the torch with the drag shield and 60a nozzle
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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    Looking good!

    The hardest part for me when hand cutting is keeping an even speed especially on thicker stuff!!!

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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    I use two hands on the torch to keep the nozzle as true to 90 degrees in all directions as well as to keep the torch gliding along as smooth as I can get it to for now. I need a better , smoother rip fence so the cuts will be a bit cleaner on the edge. I’ll get a linear rail when my pockets are a little more deep.

    I use my right hand to pull the trigger and torch and my left hand to hold the torch head near the nozzle area but not so close that I’m risking cutting into my self. This allows me to make a nice consistent movement with out any jerky starts or stops and makes it easier for me to prevent the torch from hanging up or snagging on any rough edges.
    Last edited by N2 Welding; 08-07-2019 at 02:43 AM.
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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    Anyone know what Error code E 010 means? found updated manual says Low output current I have tried 2 different guns one with cutting and one with gouging tip and still get same error with all new consumables. Think this is a machine problem?? it also flashes the new tip needed when it has all brand new consumables. same issue turned down to 40A
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    Prognosis does not look good :/

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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    Just one error is way better than a bunch of codes popping up

    I would lean towards a bad connection with reference to some of the things listed in n2's post. But knowing how they make the current sensors in those things that is the first thing I'd locate and check if it is in tolerance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronsii View Post
    Just one error is way better than a bunch of codes popping up

    I would lean towards a bad connection with reference to some of the things listed in n2's post. But knowing how they make the current sensors in those things that is the first thing I'd locate and check if it is in tolerance.
    Dropped it off at my LWS today. They will send it in and cover shipping so I'm good there. Back to OA for a few weeks


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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    A couple weeks of OA this is the reason I have more than one plasma being a hi-tech device in my mind they're always just one flip of the switch away from being a paper weight!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronsii View Post
    A couple weeks of OA this is the reason I have more than one plasma being a hi-tech device in my mind they're always just one flip of the switch away from being a paper weight!!!
    This project is mild steel so no big deal. I had my ESAB 875 for years without a single issue this new fangled machine has error codes since new on and off. They don't make stuff like they used to.


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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    Yeah, you got that right!!!! things used to be built to last a lifetime.... so you could hand it down to your children although in todays hi tech stuff I suspect that wouldn't really fly but still they could design them to last more than 6 months....

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