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quadboy
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new table

Postby quadboy » Thu Mar 12, 2015 12:34 am

New table showed up today from dynatorch and all looks good but got the wrong plasma sent with it. Ordered a hypotherm 85 and got a thermal dynamics. So will be sending it back. Wondering if any one else has had a similar situation? :o

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Re: new table

Postby btburn » Tue Mar 17, 2015 10:54 am

Mine came as ordered, probably just a mistake on the ship slip. I'm sure they'll make it right, they've been great to deal with.
Dynatorch 4x4 SuperBee, Powermax 65, Quincy QT-54, Snap On MM250SL, Thermal Arc Arcmaster 185, Corel Draw X7 and a messy garage.

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Re: new table

Postby quadboy » Thu Mar 26, 2015 12:41 am

They did make it right. Now if I could just figure out how to run the darn thing.

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Re: new table

Postby Joe Jones » Thu Mar 26, 2015 10:28 am

Aw, it is EASY! The first step is a bit difficult, but it is smooth sailing after that!

Step One: Build the Fratistat assembly. Be sure the Dorfinkle is firmly and evenly inserted into both Doohickies before bending the Whatchamacallit to the left as it would appear to someone currently standing in Dubuque, Iowa....
(1) Samson 510 CNC plasma table - Used as a plasma cutter
(1) Samson 510 CNC plasma table - Used as a router table
(1) PlasmaCam DH2 4x4 CNC table - Plasma and router, etc. (Portable!)

Don't take life too seriously. You won't come out of it alive.

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Re: new table

Postby btburn » Fri Mar 27, 2015 10:17 am

quadboy wrote:They did make it right. Now if I could just figure out how to run the darn thing.

what table did you get? I've had my super bee for a little while and I'm not an expert by any means but if you need anything drop me a message. Support at dynatorch is great too.
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Re: new table

Postby quadboy » Sun Mar 29, 2015 10:37 pm

Super b with powermax 85 and having trouble with bring files in converter and not showing up do to size. So I try and relocate them and it does't work. I would love any help.

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Re: new table

Postby wilber » Tue Mar 31, 2015 1:49 am

are you using sheetcam?
What are you using to make your dxf?
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Re: new table

Postby btburn » Wed Apr 01, 2015 10:59 pm

quadboy wrote:Super b with powermax 85 and having trouble with bring files in converter and not showing up do to size. So I try and relocate them and it does't work. I would love any help.

I do all my converting and cut paths done in sheetcam. I tried the dynatorch converter but haven't played with it much To get the hang of it
So far i do all my drawing in corel draw x7, drawn to size in x7, saved as a SVG, import into Sheetcam, check for errors and doubke lines and sick that i didn't see in corel. Select all interior cuts, select all open cuts, select all exterior cuts and sorry into proper areas then make cut paths, inside,open,exterior.
I had some issues with double lines a while sgo but have been getting better with practice.
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Re: new table

Postby quadboy » Thu Apr 02, 2015 10:55 am

I have sheet cam but haven't learned it yet because I'm still trying to get the hang of sigma nest.

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Re: new table

Postby quadboy » Thu Apr 02, 2015 10:57 am

Mike from dynatorch is going to help me this weekend. Man they sure have been awesome for everything that has got missed up. I'm so glad I went with them.


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