How long it takes to do that?
Travel speed was very slow on that thickness.
Rightly how long to cut a linear cm
Not sure exactly but I'd estimate about 2-3 seconds/cm.
Isn't to much I think it should be workable
It's ok for doing short cuts but if you were regularly cutting that thickness of material I think you'd need to look for a more powerful cutter. I mainly cut up to 10mm which it handles easily but it's nice to know I can cut the odd bit of heavier stuff if needed.
On the point of duty cycles, I ran this machine for about 20-30mins constant at full power, only stopping for a second or two every so often to reposition myself and the thermal cut out never cut out once. The torch was on fire though, there was actually smoke coming off it when I stopped. Is water cooled plasma torches a thing?
Water cooled hand held plasma torches ....
I don't know if there's something out there
Surely machine torches
I have to get a plasma ,I don't got yet
This stahlwerk could be a valuable option
I'm very impressed also because the cut is reasonable clean
I've had this machine since June 2018 and it hasn't let me down so far.
Is about 300 euros on Amazon
Hopefully a day it will be mine
I'm really, really glad that you have all contributed, @anto44 in particular, to this discussion as it has given me confidence that my lack of success with my Stahlwerk CUT 50 is down to the available power supply I have - and not the machine itself!
What's the problem with your one?
I've come to the conclusion that there's nothing wrong with the machine; it's the electrical power supply to my garage / workshop that's the weak link.
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