The circle guide it fine. The RIP front clamp is the problem for the A81 (size 14 torch). They have slots in the tops of the clamp, so it can be zip tied down. I did not try it, but the slots are there. Will wait on the new part.
For holes, the circle guide is fine. See pictures a few posts ago #14, that worked fine.
I have not heard back anything yet on the rip clamp but it's only Wed.. No major rush, but the RIP was the key part for me. Square to channel was the plan.
The circle guide works fine with the A81, it is the RIP front clamp that is too small. I have another torch I can put on it if I really need it, but like the A81.
I liked the machinist joke and sure that is why PosixPilot just ordered one too. The craftsmanship is nice and well worth the price.
Update on the Plasmahelper.com Ripper (not sure if that's the real name) and the A81 torch issue.
Harlow went with a larger clamp for the front to handle the A81 1 7/16" neck.
I received an email it this morning that is shipped yesterday (Friday) and my wife just handed it to me on Saturday morning (next day). That was fast.
So if you buy the ripper (I love that thing) and you have an A81 make sure you let them know you need the larger clamp. I am adding tape to mine so the rusty metal does not scratch up the aluminum fence too much.
Also, DeWayne is the person I dealt with, and I know they did the cad/cam/milling in-house, so a rare "Made in the USA" product.
I am happy with all the three items. If I was on a budget I would probably pass on the stand-off but it's nice. I used the ripper a couple times (with zip ties) and it is a must for me. The circle cutter I will not use a lot, but if I don't misplace it, I will use it on and off. Maybe more than I know now that I have it. Also the magnet allows me to stick it the cart so maybe I will not loose it (anyone seen my TIG finger).
Also, on the magnet, I might tap the magnet base for the circle cutter.
My score on the products for me is a 10 on all three.
Thanks Buggy Chief for the link. Thanks DeWayne for the product, service and mod.