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    I cut steel, aluminum, and lots of inconel "type" castings. Resin bottles last months not hours. I'd check resistivity with a hand sensor to rule out a bad sensor on the machine. What size bottle are you using?

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    Ours is .98 cu.feet. About 3 feet tall. Sensor was working fine until we started on the Inconel. Within an hour of starting the cut we were getting alarms . We took the sensor out to get started again, so I doubt it 's the sensor. Put the sensor back in and its reading way high.

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    Odd, I guess anything's possible


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