CNC Plasma Cutters are amazing and there is always plenty of knowledge to share and discuss. Use the CNC plasma cutters general forum for this purpose.
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Guys know this is primary CNC Plasma site which that is what a have. A antique Dynatorch which still works good.
Looking for recommendations for a CNC laser machine. Your input will be appreciated.
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For cutting what? If its metal then prices start around 250K and go up to 1.5M,
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80 watt laser for wood? Sinjoe for sure. Servo motors and best controllers, and best price. I was referred them by Dave over at Sawmillcreek forums. He seems to be the laser guru there.
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find a used amada laser 15-20k reliable good service techs and u can do metal or wood.
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Im building a new table that will house a 150w co2 and im using the sinjoe controller. Im going to attempt to have it operate the plasma torch under the 2nd laser. If it all works, yay me. If not, Ill be building a 3rd table lol.
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I use a TRUMPF 1030 tru-laser at work. 2000 watt CO2 laser.
Great machine, easy programming, excellent company support.
1/2in capacity steel 1/4 in stainless. Cuts like a razor blade.
Note: Not made by our president...LOL