Not without a suitable electronics and power supply design
background and a good wad of money. The resulting quality will
be less than what a commercially available product would be.
If money is a concern, then try finding a used unit for sale.
Tig supplies are low voltage, high amperage and plasma supplies
are just the opposite--as one example of the differences.
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Too very different beasts.
The only company to ever make a plasma cutter that ran off of a stick
welder was Powcon.
It was called a Starcut.
They still float around the used welding machine market.
I know construction guys who loved them, but all the repair guys I know
hate them with a great and powerful loathing.
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