Everlast Powerplasma 60s or used Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 82?
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  1. #1
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    Everlast Powerplasma 60s or used Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 82?

    Maybe not the best place to ask, but i'm going to anyway.
    I have an Everlast 255 EXT and it's been a great machine, so i was going to order a Plasma 60s. ($1100)
    I should have ordered the Plasma a few weeks ago when they were on sale. It would have made the decision a lot easier.
    I found a lightly used Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 82 for $1300.(No warranty)
    Seems like the TD 82 has a lot better torch and consumables?
    Hoping for some help deciding. Opinions
    Thanks for any help Deciding

  2. #2
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    Re: Everlast Powerplasma 60s or used Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 82?

    The Powerplasma 60S is a good unit as is the cutmaster 82. There are as good of consumables for the 60s as the 82. I carry every consumable you would ever need for the 50s and 60S for hand and CNC cutting.
    www.georgesplasmacuttershop.com
    Plasma Cutter and Welder Sales and Repairs--Ebay store
    Tec.Mo. Dealer Consumables for the PT and IPT torch's

  3. #3
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    Re: Everlast Powerplasma 60s or used Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 82?

    Thermal Dynamics.

    Never used a 60s, but I know the TD machines are solid and can get factory consumables cheap on eBay etc. The 1 Torch is a good design and durable.
    ESAB Rebels 215/235, Hypertherm 85, 45xp, Miller 350p, Synchrowave 350 LX, Thermal Arc 185, Everlast 255EXT, TD 60i

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    Re: Everlast Powerplasma 60s or used Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 82?

    Quote Originally Posted by mechanic416 View Post
    The Powerplasma 60S is a good unit as is the cutmaster 82. There are as good of consumables for the 60s as the 82. I carry every consumable you would ever need for the 50s and 60S for hand and CNC cutting.
    Thanks. good to know. i'll be ordering some consumables from you

  5. #5
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    Re: Everlast Powerplasma 60s or used Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 82?

    I ended up ordering a new TD 58
    I'm sure the Everlast is a good machine. I have some projects going and I just didn't want to wait a month for it.

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