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Old 11-05-2017, 09:58 AM   #1
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Welding cart - done

Now I need to make a heavy extension cord to give me some more distance. Nice to have some floor space available again and all of the cords, leads, etc. not on the floor.
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Old 11-05-2017, 11:05 AM   #2
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Nice job ... !
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Old 11-07-2017, 03:30 PM   #3
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Nice cart. By the way a welding cart is never DONE =]
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Old 12-01-2017, 02:24 PM   #4
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Curious that is one of those hobart plasmas with the internal air compressor? Never used one just wondering how was they? Pulled trigger on an eastwood 60 torch. Just curious.. Thanks.
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Yes, it is the 110 v unit with internal compressor. I need to play around with plumbing in my own air to see how more PSI/volume changes the cutting.
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Yes, it is the 110 v unit with internal compressor. I need to play around with plumbing in my own air to see how more PSI/volume changes the cutting.
Are you saying it needs more PSI or you're just trying to improve it?
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Old 12-22-2017, 07:04 AM   #7
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Yes sir, nice work.
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Curious that is one of those hobart plasmas with the internal air compressor? Never used one just wondering how was they? Pulled trigger on an eastwood 60 torch. Just curious.. Thanks.
It works good but I think I may be upgrading to a 220 v version to be able to cut thicker material. Looking at making the switch from 110 to 220 on my Mig also now that I have an actual shop o work in...

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Are you saying it needs more PSI or you're just trying to improve it?
I did a little reading the other day, PSI "may" make a little difference but not in thickness, hence my above reply to Matt. Cutting 3/16" ish is slow with this 110 version. Slag knocks off a lot easier than Ox/Ac torch slag.
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Nice ......and good color choice for those red machines...looks like Miller Blue

on the plasma make sure you have a good filter installed,,,,they don't like moisture

An you can get an extension cord from most welding supplies ....should be a part # 8325 or 8350.......8/3 25' or 50'

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I would highly suggest a hypertherm 30xp-40xp. I had a 40 that got ripped off when my house was looted and going to replace. They are worth every penny! And alot of pennies too but buy once cry once , or in my case ...twice!
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