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    it would work for about a minute or so . my 50 will empty my 80 gallon tank fast know since forgot to turn my compressor on one day and it empty it really fast
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    Quote Originally Posted by CGCINC View Post
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    CGCINC get the PowerPlasma 50. It will run circles around the SuperCut. IGBT is vastly superior. I had a SuperCut 50 and upgraded right away.

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    I have the powerplasma 50 but like the features on the powerplasma 60c also since low frequency so works for a cnc table = IGBT = is the way to go night and day difference in cutting and more durable than mossfets
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    yes she took a lot yes SHE GOT THE GOLD MINE AND I GOT THE SHAFT LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tritium View Post
    CGCINC get the PowerPlasma 50. It will run circles around the SuperCut. IGBT is vastly superior. I had a SuperCut 50 and upgraded right away.

    Thurmond
    What about the Blowback start? The Powerplasma 50 is the only one with that?
    Also, I like the option of running on 110v just in case....The Powerplasma 50 says it's an option but what does that mean?
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    Blowback is a nice feature for CNC, no HF to mess up the electronics and no lag in transfer. Also to blow holes in things, a lot of power all at once. The Trafimet S45 is a nice torch (and harbor freight sells the consumables for it too; so consumables local for most US customers even on the weekend).

    "I'm" not and never will be a fan of 110/15-20amps stuff, but waiting on the 160STH (new Duncan idea I think I will like; should have it in a couple weeks) maybe change my mind on the 110volt stuff.

    A PP50 on 110vac, might work OK. But that would be the only thing we make I would use on 110.

    If you plan on JOB SITE work, I would go IGBT. The MOSFET machines will work, but go bigger if you are getting paid for the work. On the compressor, see if you can find a 3.5CFM @ 90 PSI compressor, that will run it fine. And plan on a good water filter, not trap. The silicon ones work well if you are on a budget (desiccant type) .
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    Quote Originally Posted by everlastsupport View Post
    The Trafimet S45 is a nice torch (and harbor freight sells the consumables for it too; so consumables local for most US customers even on the weekend).
    I saw prices for consumables, and it seems, S45 (blowback) consumables are more expensive than for A81 (HF). IMHO, the difference is compensated by cutter's price if we are talking about hobbyists, but it might be a reason to choose HF by professional fabricators.

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