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    I would have added this pic to the last post up there with pics but it has been longer than the allotted 90 minutes to edit a post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
    It was just an example Cooter.... for learning purposes. Besides a Bandsaw does not fit into a lot of places a plasma does. When was the last time you cut a circle in the middle of a piece of material using a Bandsaw.

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    I received mine today, the box looked like the UPS guys had used it to stand on but the machine was fine inside the packaging. I got it all out of the box before i realized they sent me a 3 phase unit instead of the single phase unit.

    This one is going back and a replacement is on the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virgil5 View Post
    Because you asked little man, April 17th 2018.
    I'll remind you of your Freshman standing at Virgil Tech.
    Ya got a lot to learn.
    Yes I have the rest of my life to learn and hopefully I learn something new every day. I find it impossible to cut a hole in the middle of a plate using a band saw. You know that is what I meant too. I was not talking about using a Scroll saw with a hole drilled in the plate either. LOL Man sometimes... OK pic or it never happened.
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    Jim,
    on this site bought one and got a 20 ft instead of a 50 ft model .He just uses it around the shop, and 20 is fine for him.. I don't think Amazon knows what they are doing with these..
    Mine is still lost in space..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brand X View Post
    Jim,
    on this site bought one and got a 20 ft instead of a 50 ft model .He just uses it around the shop, and 20 is fine for him.. I don't think Amazon knows what they are doing with these..
    Mine is still lost in space..
    The model numbers are so close and the ticket pullers probably look at the box if/when they pull the wrong box and think it looks right so it has to be it. Or you have a bunch of idiots that got hired by Amazon to fill the void. I hear they pay $15.00 per hour to start out now. They are hiring near me all the time 30 miles away in Tracy and they have 3 big Jets at the Stockton Metro Airport about 3 miles down the road from my house coming and going all the time. Amazon is a growing beast. Hard to get good help when you have so many worker bee's running all over the place in a company.
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    One of them pulled my #,and put it in his truck..
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    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
    Yes I have the rest of my life to learn and hopefully I learn something new every day. I find it impossible to cut a hole in the middle of a plate using a band saw. You know that is what I meant too. I was not talking about using a Scroll saw with a hole drilled in the plate either. LOL Man sometimes... OK pic or it never happened.
    2 techniques little guy.
    1, fold plate, cut hole, unfold plate & flatten.

    2, drill hole cut blade, insert blade thru hole braze blade, cut big hole

    3, cut into hole from edge & cut hole.

    See why I get paid the big bucks for instructing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virgil5 View Post
    2 techniques little guy.
    1, fold plate, cut hole, unfold plate & flatten.

    2, drill hole cut blade, insert blade thru hole braze blade, cut big hole

    3, cut into hole from edge & cut hole.

    See why I get paid the big bucks for instructing?
    Yeah LOL and in the time it took you to explain how to do it the long way around a plasma cutter with a circle cutting guide could have cut the hole and started working on other things that continued to pay the bills... .02

    Although I like the cut the blade and braze it back together trick. It's just not practical when a plasma cutter is available...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virgil5 View Post
    2 techniques little guy.
    1, fold plate, cut hole, unfold plate & flatten.

    2, drill hole cut blade, insert blade thru hole braze blade, cut big hole

    3, cut into hole from edge & cut hole.

    See why I get paid the big bucks for instructing?
    Im not really sure how this escalated, but I thought the idea was to increase productivity? Just because it can be done does not make it the best way to be done.

    Are you advocating folding 1/2 plate (or any other size plate for that matter) in half, man handling it, cutting it on a 20+ vertical or a hand held then unfolding it? No regard for weakening the plate along the crease or the equipment needed to do so?

    You are also assuming all holes are within the capacity of a bandsaw?

    I guess Im missing something here, but if I didnt have a suitable plasma or oxy fuel rig available what you described would be the last thing I would do.

    Being new to this forum I know this is a crappy response, but what you are advocating is just a bad idea.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MountaineerMiner View Post
    I’m not really sure how this escalated, but I thought the idea was to increase productivity? Just because it can be done does not make it the best way to be done.

    Are you advocating folding 1/2” plate (or any other size plate for that matter) in half, man handling it, cutting it on a 20”+ vertical or a hand held then unfolding it? No regard for weakening the plate along the crease or the equipment needed to do so?

    You are also assuming all holes are within the capacity of a bandsaw?

    I guess I’m missing something here, but if I didn’t have a suitable plasma or oxy fuel rig available what you described would be the last thing I would do.

    Being new to this forum I know this is a crappy response, but what you are advocating is just a bad idea.


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    Ah he's just pulling my chain a little no biggie but yeah if some one was reading this thread that does not know or is looking into plasma cutters and this TD 60i it would not make him look as smart as he really is.
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    Ya, I have never really understood forum personalities. Im very literal, that is why I generally just read rather than comment, not sure why I decided to change that lately!


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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    Thats worth it for the torch alone
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamble View Post
    Thats worth it for the torch alone
    Yes actually works out cheaper if you were to buy the 3 ph machine it just for the torch. One could buy the torch and sell the new machine less the torch and practically get a free torch out of the deal.


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    No cnc port on it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamble View Post
    No cnc port on it?
    The standard Hypertherm 45XP does not come with one either.
    The automation interface catalog number 9-8308 gives you a receptical on the rear panel of the machine for start stop input.

    Here is a link for hand holding.. It will work for some. Wish I could get a link for the correct 18 pin plug. I am only using 3 wires on it, so not a huge issue. Just found some pins to plug into the J609 connection


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamble View Post
    No cnc port on it?
    I captured this picture in a manual for you which can be seen in this link. https://www.thermal-dynamics.com/the...60i-0-5466.pdf

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    And I got that manual from this link

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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
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    Now that we've all looked at it on amazon they've decided to raise the price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T Red View Post
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    Now that we've all looked at it on amazon they've decided to raise the price.
    Actually it was after they sold 5 units if you look on the right column it says they have 14 machines left. when the price was down to almost $500 they had only sold one unit.

    The 50' 3ph unit is down to $740 and says it only has 14 units left as well. I think Brand X nailed it when he said he don't think Amazon knows what they are doing with these.
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    There were 19 of the 3 machines in stock when the price dropped to $533- and 17 in stock at $506-.
    Amazoomie's algorithm adjusts price based on inventory and speed of sale.

    On slower moving items the price will often drop as you look at the same item multiple times.

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    She just arrived and the sticker on the box looks like they got it right the first time. Oh and only a couple of small holes in the box. Looks like it will be ok.Name:  20181019_140846.jpg
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    Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    She suffered a minor ding in the side of the unit between the lower vents and the Thermal Dynamics Logo Sticker.

    They have a power supply 1ph by it self atm $633

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    Cool Re: Amazon Cutmaster 60i

    Price jumped from $503.79 to $638 right after I bought one.
    Sorry bout that eh!

    Plan B..... no one check the price..... and it'll go back down!
    RIGHT!

    Forum has been helpful, BTW. Thanks.
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    Welcome to Welding Web BC from FL. Glad you were able to get a good deal.
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