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Video of my Arclight 9600 working

Postby little blue choo » Wed Sep 23, 2015 12:00 pm

I know this will be boring for most of you but it is a big accomplishment for me. I have it cutting great with very little dross. A couple of months ago I knew nothing about a CNC plasma table and now I'm designing and cutting my own projects, simple things now but I will grow with the help of this forum and all the great people here. I learn a lot by just keeping my mouth shut and reading.
Thanks again
Rick
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tu808e9CI1k
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Re: Video of my Arclight 9600 working

Postby whiskeymike » Wed Sep 23, 2015 12:08 pm

Nice work. 16 gauge? Looks pretty quick and clean for the most part.

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Re: Video of my Arclight 9600 working

Postby little blue choo » Wed Sep 23, 2015 1:36 pm

Yes Mike it's 16 gauge, using 45 amp fine cut tips using 40 amps and it cuts clean
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Hypertherm PM65
Acc. Plate Marker, 4 inch Pipe Cutter, Wood Router package
Quincy Q54 compressor 2 stage, 5hp, 60 gal
Refrigerated air dryer & 4 stage filtration system
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Re: Video of my Arclight 9600 working

Postby steel 35 » Thu Sep 24, 2015 9:40 am

Thanks for posting and now I dislike the pause between cut's mine makes even more and know it can be fixed.
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Re: Video of my Arclight 9600 working

Postby exapprentice » Thu Sep 24, 2015 12:56 pm

Hi Steel 32, apolagies to "little blue choo for hijacking!

Steel 32, be careful of what you wish for, I have slowed my machine right down :o
I had an issue wher it / me was trying to go to fast and things, some stupid things were happening.
Thanks to Tom at CandCNC I detuned my settings as per his recomendations and my machine now cuts everything.
No more messed up sheets :x no more messing about trying to get pieces finished after a (you know what) :evil:
maybe slower but it does get the job done and as it should be, even started getting better quality cuts :D
If you want have a look at
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrkDU2 ... BNQ/videos
and you can see what I mean

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Re: Video of my Arclight 9600 working

Postby tcaudle » Thu Sep 24, 2015 6:33 pm

steel 35 wrote:Thanks for posting and now I dislike the pause between cut's mine makes even more and know it can be fixed.

Yep, sure can!

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Re: Video of my Arclight 9600 working

Postby steel 35 » Fri Sep 25, 2015 1:04 pm

tcaudle wrote:
steel 35 wrote:Thanks for posting and now I dislike the pause between cut's mine makes even more and know it can be fixed.

Yep, sure can!


My machine sitting still with the air / air compressor making noise and nothing else happening even for part of a second it stands my hair up! :lol:
When I get a rotary issue figured out with Luke I will follow up with this one. Thanks
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Re: Video of my Arclight 9600 working

Postby tcaudle » Fri Sep 25, 2015 2:00 pm

send him your MACH XML Profile that works and the one that does not. We can run it here and figure out which setting is causing the torch fire issue

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Re: Video of my Arclight 9600 working

Postby drossmaker » Tue Oct 06, 2015 4:25 pm

little blue choo,

We really like the video. Your machine looks great. Smoooth operator!

-drossmaker

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Re: Video of my Arclight 9600 working

Postby little blue choo » Tue Oct 06, 2015 7:28 pm

Thanks Drossmaker. I started with a GREAT machine and some of the best hands on training anyone could have. I've had my machine up and running about 4 months and thanks to Arclights training videos and the good people on this forum I'm beginning to feel comfortable with it. Due to by other business's I get very little time to play but when I do it's heaven.
Rick
Arclight 9600 4x8 table
Hypertherm PM65
Acc. Plate Marker, 4 inch Pipe Cutter, Wood Router package
Quincy Q54 compressor 2 stage, 5hp, 60 gal
Refrigerated air dryer & 4 stage filtration system
Software Mach 3, Sheetcam, Solid Edge 2D, Inkscape


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