As some of you may remember, I remade my old Hobart CyberTig to be
controlled by a microcontroller and it is now capable of doing "high
voltage DC" of up to 300 VDC (as well as low voltage high current DC
of up to 80 V).
The use of low voltage power supply is stick and TIG, which already
My intended use for high voltage power supply is to make a plasma
cutter. I have a compressor and air dryer. My problem is that unlike
stick and TIG welding, I have never done any plasma cutting, have no
friends who do such, and would like to see how it works. (I have read
some stuff, but reading is not a substitute for experience)
So, if anyone of you are in Chicagoland, own a plasma cutter and would
like to get paid some sensible amount for showing how one works (beer
is on me), let me know. thanks
ichudov AT algebra DOT com
Does technicalvideorental.com have anything on the topic, I wonder?
That guy ranting about them the other day reminded me of 'em again.
Worth checking out anyway.
Igor buys good beer, for the record.
Cool- Drop me an E-mail off line and let me know what works best for your
schedule. If you want to take the train in the Heritage Corridor and Rock
Island hit Joliet. Funny thing is I just used it for about an hour this
morning. It's been collecting dust for a few months and I really gave it a
workout on some tubes from a wrecked chassis totally by chance.
Have a good one!
Fraser Competition Engines