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gallowayr
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Supporting the Fab Family

Post by gallowayr » Tue Oct 01, 2019 12:48 pm

Hi everyone, I am Rashad Galloway, the Fabrication Product Manager at MultiCam. I have join this forum to talk plasma and answer any MultiCam questions you may have. I have been with MultiCam for 7 years, I have traveled and met owners and operators all over the world, I consider each experience unique and each helped me dive deeper into the fabrication world. Through that knowledge, I feel it is my turn to give back. Feel free to ask any questions, let's stay connected, support each other, and share ideas.

So, Hello Fellow Fabricators!

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Re: Supporting the Fab Family

Post by plasmanewbie » Tue Oct 01, 2019 3:07 pm

Welcome Rashad, I have never owned, operated, or even seen a multicam system but its nice to have industry reps on the site. I personally have benefited from Jim Colts presence on the site and as a result will never use anything but Hypertherm on my table :Like

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Re: Supporting the Fab Family

Post by gallowayr » Tue Oct 01, 2019 5:13 pm

Plasmanewbie,

Thank you for the welcoming. Jim Colt is a great guy and full on knowledge. I have met him a time or two. Totally helped in my understanding of plasma cutting. Hypertherm makes an outstanding unit. I have went to their facility a several years ago when i was a tech, it was very cool.I hope to get a chance to speak with Jim on this site. I have few ideas and need some input. :Like

By the way, what table do you own?

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Re: Supporting the Fab Family

Post by plasmanewbie » Wed Oct 02, 2019 8:55 pm

My current table is a DIY build with a Powermax 65. Does everything I need and find new uses for it all the time :Like

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Re: Supporting the Fab Family

Post by gallowayr » Fri Oct 04, 2019 9:28 am

Nice. What made you decide on a DIY setup? I have seen many Youtube videos of guys making there own due to various reasons. There some really great machines that these guys have built. I always take note of there reasoning for the build and i try to make sure that these ideas or lack of features are added to our product. I would be interested in some input from you if that is okay? Here is a link to our site, please look over the machines and let me your thoughts.

https://www.multicam.com/products/cnc-plasma-tables/

Thanks,

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Re: Supporting the Fab Family

Post by plasmanewbie » Fri Oct 04, 2019 10:28 am

Cost was the biggest reason. Great electronics and software are available these days and I have the capability to build everything else so it was a no brainer. I typically have more time than money so it made sense for me. Your tables look super clean and tidy :Like

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Re: Supporting the Fab Family

Post by gallowayr » Fri Dec 13, 2019 12:45 pm

Hi All,

MultiCam has several stock and demo “made in USA” iPlasma tables ready to ship for end of the year.

5x10’ Downdraft table with PowerMax 85 – Qty 2
5x10’ Convertible table for water or downdraft with PowerMax 85 – Qty 1
6x12’ Convertible table for water or downdraft with PowerMax 85 – Qty 1

We are offering some incredible deals, so if you are interested give us a shout at 844.363.3147 or [email protected] .

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