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Lincoln Electric Plasma P20

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These went on clearance at Home Depot about a year ago so I picked one up. Good little unit for cutting out body panels and some light frame work but I would not want to use it for 3/8" steel all day. Since I bought this I have almost all stopped the use of my grinder for cutting out body steel. So far I love to use it but it does have its limitations. I have found the electrodes do get burned up quit quick but some of the work I do is not the cleanest. This does nice precise cuts with very little clean up.

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Nice, $1200 puts it pretty low on my list of wants but it sounds like it would work pretty well.

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Burned up contacts suggest that your air isn't quite as dry as it could be.

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When it went on clearance it was sold for $650.00 so I picked it up. Thanks Pro I will see about adding an extra air dryer to the system see if that helps. I went through 2 in the trunk of the Chevelle but at $10.00 for four maybe I should not complain about cost.

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I am officially jealous! Bad enough that I have to goto DK's with Tim Horton's Timbits in my hand to borrow his TIG or his soda blaster. Dang, I need to get some more expensive toys.

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Well you may have to come over to use it. I will add 8 ounces of water to 12 ounce can of Molson Canadian and it will be like drinking Budweiser.

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