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smilintodd
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Pro Cut CNC?

Postby smilintodd » Sun Mar 31, 2013 8:38 am

Does anyone have any experience with ProCut CNC plasma tables? How do you like them, are they worth the money?

draw99
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Re: Pro Cut CNC?

Postby draw99 » Mon Aug 15, 2016 11:09 am

Yes really worth the money backup service is excellent

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Re: Pro Cut CNC?

Postby tcaudle » Mon Aug 15, 2016 4:22 pm

Do more research.

Read the warranty and support details on the products carefully

CNCZone search for "procut"

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Re: Pro Cut CNC?

Postby motoguy » Mon Aug 15, 2016 6:21 pm

Yikes. Looks like you can search Pirate4x4 for "procut" experiences as well. Looks like I'd stay away.

FWIW, I've got a Bulltear, which I love and highly recommend. From one of the threads on Pirate4x4:

"I bought a gantry kit through Rob. The OPs post seems very likely from my experience with Rob. Piss poor instructions, piss poor customer support. Seems to have very little understanding of what they're selling.

If you need a vendor to help you with the build do not use them. If it weren't for this forum and plasma spider I would still have unresolved issues. In fact MC on here helped me more than Rob did. "

FWIW, MC is Matt, owner of Bulltear. He's here, too, as BTA Plasma. :)
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