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    Because it uses the same circuit as the 2T. It's not so simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by performance View Post
    Because it uses the same circuit as the 2T. It's not so simple.
    True, but you do use a pair of contacts in the plug to indicate that a pedal is connected, so you could use that signal to switch out the slope pots either with a solid state circuit, or even something simple like a relay. It's not like a major design revision would be required. Just something to keep in mind for the next revision.

    BTW do the start amps and end amps function when a pedal is used? I can see how that might be a little useful even with a pedal, mainly for setting the start current up a little bit over the minimum.

    I personally like having the flexibility to adjust things to a state where the machine won't even function, but I know that makes for a machine that is not n00b friendly. Sometimes you get really interesting effects out of very unconventional settings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oleg View Post
    So here are a few of the updates for next year.

    NEW 2013 PowerPlasma 60/60/70/80

    - Will feature the s-75 torch now, which is a blow back start, which improves comparability for add on CNC customers, but also improves overall reliability.
    - There is a new case design which will be used for all the DX/LX/EX units which is very similar to the new 255ext.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Oleg View Post
    New plasma cutters on the way !
    Well I was looking at a Power Plasma 70 now I will wait for the New 2013 it looks nice just like all the new 2013 models. Nice work ??????
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    Funny, I just told Oleg he's like (rip) Steve Jobs.

    No joke, I just rotated my PP70 to a PP80 a couple months ago to get current. Now I have to sell the PP80 and get the newer look...

    Just like the Iphones iphone 5 is new PP80 now. I like the new plastic covers. Right now only my ITIG 210ETX has one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by everlastsupport View Post
    Funny, I just told Oleg he's like (rip) Steve Jobs.

    No joke, I just rotated my PP70 to a PP80 a couple months ago to get current. Now I have to sell the PP80 and get the newer look...

    Just like the Iphones iphone 5 is new PP80 now. I like the new plastic covers. Right now only my ITIG 210ETX has one.
    To REALLY be the Steve Jobs of the welding world, Oleg will need a little more dramatic flair, and make everything in polished white plastic and/or brushed aluminum with proprietary connectors, and cost MORE than the competition. But the new machines coming out definitely have that 'cool' factor

    I really do like the look of the new boxes that have the flip-down "visors". Hoping I can afford one of the new PowerPro 256's in the next year!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuttonHawg View Post
    To REALLY be the Steve Jobs of the welding world, Oleg will need a little more dramatic flair, and make everything in polished white plastic and/or brushed aluminum with proprietary connectors, and cost MORE than the competition. But the new machines coming out definitely have that 'cool' factor

    I really do like the look of the new boxes that have the flip-down "visors". Hoping I can afford one of the new PowerPro 256's in the next year!
    As one of many that has helped on the cool factor (Mark, Duncan, myself; sure others too). I think our machines are cool for a tool to melt metal together.

    My joke was all the cosmetic changes I like. I think Oleg has that down pat. Always looking better. The products work great...

    Drama/matic flair, well, it's a welder (not a wife).

    White, yea, I want a white welder or anything I can get in my shop in white please.

    And we do not cost more than the competition in any way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by everlastsupport View Post
    As one of many that has helped on the cool factor (Mark, Duncan, myself; sure others too). I think our machines are cool for a tool to melt metal together.
    .....
    And we do not cost more than the competition in any way.
    I totally agree. I was pointing out that you're different from Apple in several ways (e.g. premium price), but similar in that your machines do the job and do it well. It's all good, er, cool. Case in point - I own more Everlast products than I do Apple products, and I intend to purchase more Everlast products, and have no plans to purchase any Apple products.
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    any changes to the powerultra 205's?

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    No, other than they now have pulse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oleg View Post
    New plasma cutters on the way !
    The updated case really looks great. Nice modern look to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rambozo View Post

    I personally like having the flexibility to adjust things to a state where the machine won't even function. Sometimes you get really interesting effects out of very unconventional settings.
    Probably the funniest, most ironic thing I've read in months!! Thanks for the laugh. But I'm the same way. I use a CAD/CAM platform every day, and so far, I've been the ONLY machinist that uses this particular shop's system and locks up the computer on a regular basis (like 2-3x daily). I was getting yelled at until the boss saw my "vision" of what I was trying to do, and realized it was the equipment, not the operator.

    I'm really liking the new look, too. I might have to sell my 250EX and upgrade. Only thing is that I like it so much I'd have a hard time letting it go. Anyway, first, I need to get a MIG. What's the word on the new Power I-MIG's? Any changes? I'm thinking I need a 250p next.
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