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Based on 608 tube Plasma Cutter

Discussion in 'Laser Cutters' started by carlos515, Feb 17, 2020.

  1. carlos515

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  2. Peter Van Der Walt

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    Lovely remix of my old design (openhardwarecoza was my profile before I joined OB hehe!)
    Love the water table!

    Keep us posted - would love more pics and videos when it is in action.

    Sadly years ago I had to abandon that build when the guy I was building it with got into some family strife and it never got finished, so this is bitter sweet :)
     
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    Thanks Peter ,
    Your original design is very good. In building the table I keep coming across different ideas to implement in the table. More pics and material lists will be added in the future.
     
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    Looking great! Can't wait to see how this turns out for you. If you end up being happy with it, i would like to build one myself. Best of luck on your build and keep adding updates!! Would love to see more pictures as you progress.

    Cheers!
     
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    I do have just one question, what is the working/cutting size of your table?
    Thanks
     
  6. Peter Van Der Walt

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    With that design it should scale well to any sane size - just adapt the steel lengths accordingly, add extra bracing as needed
     
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