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oldironrep
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Fine Cut Consumables

Postby oldironrep » Sat Oct 24, 2015 1:15 pm

OK, I have a Torchmate 4x4, AVHC , Hyp. Powermax 65 w/ machine torch. I have got conflicting recommendations on the Fine Cut consumables. Even from Hypertherm’s manual & charts that came with accessories. Can someone tell which consumables I should be using?
Thanks in advance for any help.

poppopsworkshop
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Re: Fine Cut Consumables

Postby poppopsworkshop » Mon Dec 28, 2015 9:40 am

Not to jump on your band wagon but, I have purchaced some fine cut consumables and had nothing but issues. I have the same machine as you and used the ones recomemdated but the torch would error out after just one pass. I the bought OEM Hyp and it did the same.

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Re: Fine Cut Consumables

Postby jimcolt » Mon Dec 28, 2015 10:15 am

Open up your operators manual (for the Powermax65) to the Finecut consumables cut charts. At the beginning are illustrations of the consumables.

Use:

220948 shield, 220854 retaining cap (AVHC) 220953 retaining cap (if Ohmic contact on newer Torchmates), 220930 Nozzle, 220842 electrode, 220857 swirl ring.

Follow the book specs and you will get excellent results on 10 gauge and thinner materials.

We do offer different consumables based on what you have for a machine and height control....and some slightly different versions if you are hand cutting....maybe that is part of the confusion? poppopsworkshop, feel free to contact me if you need help getting Finecut parts to work for you.....I have been using them for years with excellent results.

Jim Colt Hypertherm

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Re: Fine Cut Consumables

Postby poppopsworkshop » Tue Dec 29, 2015 5:18 pm

Thanks Jim, i will verify the part numbers again and see what up, Thanks !!!

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Re: Fine Cut Consumables

Postby poppopsworkshop » Tue Dec 29, 2015 9:27 pm

Pm sent to you Jim.


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