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    Looking for a high-def plasma table manufacturer recommendation.

    Material: 1”-2.5” A36
    Work envelope: 5’x10’ or greater
    Budget: Productivity & reliability >> upfront $.

    Hypertherm’s flagship power supply looks like the way to go for piercing the 2.5”.

    Thank y’all in advance. Appreciate your time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twmcree View Post
    Looking for a high-def plasma table manufacturer recommendation.

    Material: 1”-2.5” A36
    Work envelope: 5’x10’ or greater
    Budget: Productivity & reliability >> upfront $.

    Hypertherm’s flagship power supply looks like the way to go for piercing the 2.5”.

    Thank y’all in advance. Appreciate your time.
    I think your gonna have to step up and put a real number on the price.

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    just need a table that will hold that kind of weight. probably be 100K.
    as for manufacturers, there are many.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    I think your gonna have to step up and put a real number on the price.
    10-4.

    150k

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    Quote Originally Posted by BT Fabrication View Post
    just need a table that will hold that kind of weight. probably be 100K.
    as for manufacturers, there are many.....
    Yes sir.

    Regarding the manufacturers, in my limited knowledge I've been looking at AKS Rhino and Messer thus far.

    The budget is fairly flexible.. though not looking to get bent over or over spend on features that are not required for the op.

    I should have mentioned the machine is going to be dedicated to work that only requires 3Axes

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    Quote Originally Posted by twmcree View Post

    I should have mentioned the machine is going to be dedicated to work that only requires 3Axes
    Uhm....doo you mean "2-axis" ??

    Or doo you want a bevel head on the torch ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Uhm....doo you mean "2-axis" ??

    Or doo you want a bevel head on the torch ?
    the third axis would be the Z axis for the piercing operation. Unless that is the incorrect nomenclature.

    Edit: In previous post I was thinking in terms of the machine capacity, not in terms of simultaneous movement during cutting process. .. ie a 5 axis mill may only be using the trunnion for positioning the work for simple 2-axis operations - but it is still a 5 axis mill. I know you are aware of that, but it was the thought process utilized.


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