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    Default For Ken White....

    Here's what I got with the machine on 120v. oh and all i had was 1/4 steel. amps at 45. air at 65psi.
    the welding was all pedal. with 3/32 lant. pure argon. 5 cup.

    220v cut
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    120v cut
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    120v w/filler
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    120v fused
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    The machine didn't hiccup at all. hope this helps.
    PowerUltra 205
    Lincoln Weldpak
    hopefuly will have a benchtop lathe.

    I live with fear everyday, but SHE lets me play on the weekends...

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    Wow that cut looks really nice. What kind of machine are you using??? Didn't think I wanted a plasma cutter but now you are making me look.
    Shade tree MIG welder.
    Now a Shade tree TIG welder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Ski View Post
    Wow that cut looks really nice. What kind of machine are you using??? Didn't think I wanted a plasma cutter but now you are making me look.
    PowerUltra 205
    PowerUltra 205
    Lincoln Weldpak
    hopefuly will have a benchtop lathe.

    I live with fear everyday, but SHE lets me play on the weekends...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Ski View Post
    Wow that cut looks really nice. What kind of machine are you using??? Didn't think I wanted a plasma cutter but now you are making me look.
    Your gonna mess around and start spending all your money! lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by CGCINC View Post
    Your gonna mess around and start spending all your money! lol
    All my money??? What money???

    Just did more digging. A plasma cutter brings in a whole new world of learning. With a whole new world of consumables. Does it ever end??? Still looking at a 200dx. But the combo Power Pro 205 looks really nice. That is a ways out of my league. To see someone cut through steel like that. Not sure what else would cut aluminum that nice without a shear.
    Shade tree MIG welder.
    Now a Shade tree TIG welder.

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    sydneysdad, thank you very much. Did you drag cut or hold the cut about 1/16" -> 1/8" above the metal? Your PU205P definitely cuts better than mine on 120V. Thanks again,

    Ken
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    That is some pretty nice cut quality on both the 220 and 120V cuts.

    If Ken gets his figured out, I think I know what my next machine purchase will be...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenwhite View Post
    sydneysdad, thank you very much. Did you drag cut or hold the cut about 1/16" -> 1/8" above the metal? Your PU205P definitely cuts better than mine on 120V. Thanks again,

    Ken
    I dragged it on the wire guard thingy thing? what ever its called.. lol which is about 1/8 from the surface.
    PowerUltra 205
    Lincoln Weldpak
    hopefuly will have a benchtop lathe.

    I live with fear everyday, but SHE lets me play on the weekends...

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