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Our most popular size and amperages (Historically speaking)

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BTA Plasma
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Our most popular size and amperages (Historically speaking)

Postby BTA Plasma » Tue Oct 25, 2016 11:26 am

Here is a list of our most popular sizes since 2009

5x10 <----#1 size we have shipped and have had picked up
4x8
4x4
6x12
4x10
5x12
4x12
5x5
5x4
8x12
6x24
6x25.5
8x24 <---- Our largest to date

Here is a list of our most popular amperages. This first 5 are Hypertherm's Powermax series. No surprise there. The 200amp machines are a blend of Thermal Dyne (Autocut 200) and Hypertherm (Maxpro 200 and HT2000). This biggest was a Thermal Dyne Merlin that had a master and a slave plasma power source. We have done a few 150 amp Thermal Dyne Pakmaster XLs.

65amp
85amp
45amp
105amp
125amp
200amp
150amp
300amp

Our most popular control has been the bladerunner from CandCNC. We have integrated virtually all styles of motors and controls from CandCNC. From Nema 34 servos to LCTHC to Nema 23 servo and stepper. We have also used Gecko 251s on our Bullet system which was the first ever 2x2 and 2x3 cnc plasma on the market.

Here is a list of our most popular accessories
Router
Rota-Cut
Air drill
Scribe
Knife
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Re: Our most popular size and amperages (Historically speaking)

Postby motoguy » Tue Oct 25, 2016 12:33 pm

Matt,

Where do I find info on the scribe and air drill?
Bulltear 6x12 w/ Proton Z axis & watertable
CommandCNC/Linux w/ Ohmic & HyT options
Hypertherm Powermax 85 w/ machine torch
Solidworks, Coreldraw X7, Inkscape, Sheetcam

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Re: Our most popular size and amperages (Historically speaking)

Postby BTA Plasma » Tue Oct 25, 2016 2:53 pm

Yes the air drill has been in Beta mode and testing for a couple of months on a few Star Labs. So far they have been working good. However on small thing pieces we do not have an air clamp mechanism in place to hold the material. We estimate the largest drill size to be .1875. This is an air actuated and slide integrated system for an air drill to mount to.

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Re: Our most popular size and amperages (Historically speaking)

Postby rikduk » Thu Oct 27, 2016 1:51 pm

You can add my Hypertherm HSD 130 to the list!

4 years running and table still rocks!

Richard


5x10 bulltear Hybrid
draftsight
sheetcam
mach3

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Re: Our most popular size and amperages (Historically speaking)

Postby BTA Plasma » Mon Nov 07, 2016 3:33 pm

While we did provide all the shielding it was you (the customer) who integrated the HSD130.

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Re: Our most popular size and amperages (Historically speaking)

Postby motoguy » Mon Nov 07, 2016 6:33 pm

BTA Plasma wrote:Yes the air drill has been in Beta mode and testing for a couple of months on a few Star Labs. So far they have been working good. However on small thing pieces we do not have an air clamp mechanism in place to hold the material. We estimate the largest drill size to be .1875. This is an air actuated and slide integrated system for an air drill to mount to.



How about the scribe?
Bulltear 6x12 w/ Proton Z axis & watertable
CommandCNC/Linux w/ Ohmic & HyT options
Hypertherm Powermax 85 w/ machine torch
Solidworks, Coreldraw X7, Inkscape, Sheetcam


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