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Plasma cutters are rated according to their amperage. The thicker the material, the greater the current intensity required to cut it.
The cutting speed of a plasma cutter means work efficiency. So remember to check the IPM value before you buy it. The larger the IPM value, the higher the work efficiency.
Duty cycle refers to the ratio of the length of time that the plasma cutter works and cools in ten minutes. For example, a four-minute duty cycle means that the plasma cutter needs six minutes of cooling for every operation. Generally, a long duty cycle is suitable for deep or long cuts because it takes longer to cool down.
Some parts of the plasma cutter are consumables, such as the cutting head and electrodes, and need to be replaced frequently.
Step 1: Connect the plasma cutter to the air compressor, and connect the 240V or 415V power supply.
Step 2: Connect the ground wire to the workbench
Step 3: Cut the plasma cutting torch onto the plasma cutter.
Step 4: Choose the cutting power, the thicker the material, the higher the power is required.
Step 5: Move the torch while the plasma arc is working after turning on the switch.
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Plasma cutting machines are used to cut conductive metals, such as steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and copper. You can also use it to cut rusty nuts and bolts.