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Nitro plasma table opinions

Postby Metal Lee » Thu Oct 30, 2008 6:10 pm

I own a Nitro Plasma http://www.trackercnc.com/nitro.html , it is one of the first ones put out by Tracker and I am very pleased with it's capabilities.I have had it for about a year now and have had no problems. The only regret I have is I didn't go for the 8 foot table. The support was great and I would buy another one in a second!

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Re: NITRO CNC Plasma Cutting Tables

Postby DARRYL21270 » Fri Aug 14, 2009 1:20 pm

DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY INFO ON THE NEW TRACKER NITRO TABLE.IT LOOKS LIKE A SOLID TABLE AND I HEAR GOOD THINGS ABOUT THE COMPANY.I WAS CONSIDERING SAMSON UNTIL I FOUND OUT PLASMACAM IS THE SAME COMPANY.

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Re: NITRO CNC Plasma Cutting Tables

Postby DARRYL21270 » Fri Aug 14, 2009 3:31 pm

Thanks for the info.I still like the Nitro over Torchmate only because of the way the frame is built but it's good to know there pretty much along the same lines when it comes to quality of product.I've talked to a few people at Tracker already and they have always answered all of my questions and returned all my calls very promtly , let's hope it stays that way after my purchase.I just opened my shop and i've already spent so much already I just don't want to end up with a $12,000 lemon.Thanks again!!!

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Re: NITRO CNC Plasma Cutting Tables

Postby coppergal » Fri Aug 14, 2009 5:14 pm

I agree, my aluminum extrusion frame is a little cheesy. I just figured I can weld up a steel frame if it turns out to be too flimsy, my main concern was the motors, drivers, software, and support. Metal Lee above seems to be very happy with his Nitro. Let us know how it works out for you.

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Re: NITRO CNC Plasma Cutting Tables

Postby Metal Lee » Fri Aug 14, 2009 10:54 pm

coppergal wrote:I agree, my aluminum extrusion frame is a little cheesy. I just figured I can weld up a steel frame if it turns out to be too flimsy, my main concern was the motors, drivers, software, and support. Metal Lee above seems to be very happy with his Nitro. Let us know how it works out for you.

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I am very happy with my Nitro, it works very well. The only draw back is that it is a 4X4 table, take my word for it your not long before you are out growing it. It wouldn't be so bad if you could index and cut the 4x8 sheet but this is hard with the software provided.I have dealt with Justin and Steve and I have nothing negative to say about their support. I would buy any table from Tracker in a second.
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Re: NITRO CNC Plasma Cutting Tables

Postby DARRYL21270 » Sat Aug 15, 2009 1:28 pm

Thanks Metal Lee and CopperGal it's good to know theres a community of people out there with a genuine concern for others.I just joined the site a while back and it seems to have a lot of informative info on here.I will be ordering my Nitro on Monday and will let you know when it arrives.
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Re: NITRO CNC Plasma Cutting Tables

Postby DARRYL21270 » Tue Sep 08, 2009 1:53 pm

Just got my new Tracker Nitro table today.She's perty can't wait to start cuttin.The only problem was when i was unloading it off the truck with my forklift the pallet broke in half and the table went down but luckily nothing was damaged, they really strapped everything together good !!!! I'll try to upload some pic's if I can figure it out.

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Re: NITRO CNC Plasma Cutting Tables

Postby Metal Lee » Sat Sep 12, 2009 11:24 am

DARRYL21270 wrote:Just got my new Tracker Nitro table today.She's perty can't wait to start cuttin.The only problem was when i was unloading it off the truck with my forklift the pallet broke in half and the table went down but luckily nothing was damaged, they really strapped everything together good !!!! I'll try to upload some pic's if I can figure it out.


How are you making out with that table?
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Re: NITRO CNC Plasma Cutting Tables

Postby DARRYL21270 » Sat Sep 12, 2009 11:44 am

Electrician's here right now wiring it up for me.My shop wasn't set up for three phase 80 amp service so hopefully by the end of the day I can try it out.How do you post pic's on here? I have some of the table and want to put them on here.

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Re: NITRO CNC Plasma Cutting Tables

Postby Metal Lee » Thu Oct 15, 2009 4:07 pm

That must be one big Plasma cutter,Hows the table working??
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Re: NITRO CNC Plasma Cutting Tables

Postby DARRYL21270 » Sat Nov 21, 2009 7:43 pm

I bought a Miller spectrum 1000.The first and last cutter i'll ever need, so i'm told. I like buying things once.Table's great I've been making all kinds of stuff and even having some of them painted to make them stand out a little.I'm working on getting my website finished but i'll post the link when I do.Thanks for asking.


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