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  • Tired of paying Praxair prices

    Have a Hypertherm 600 power max. Can You direct Me to good on line

    consumables at a fair price? Thanks Tool

  • #2
    Look on ebay then contact some of the sellers like OIC etc. as there prices on ebay are a little higher than direct from their stores
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    • #3
      toolaholic,

      I've had excellent service (in stock parts) for my Hypertherm Powermax 1250 from Scott-Gross and company.

      Go on e-bay and search Hypertherm. They have an extensive listing of consumables available.

      Good Luck.
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      • #4
        Bingo

        Thank You both, will do

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        • #5
          Here you go, 8,000 direct replacement parts for plasma. They also have great PDF parts break downs for most torches.
          http://www.thermacut.info/goframe.asp?lng=2
          glen, been there, done that and probably broke it!If you aren't on the edge. You'r taking up to much room

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          • #6
            wow

            Looks great thanks

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            • #7
              Originally posted by SundownIII View Post
              toolaholic,

              I've had excellent service (in stock parts) for my Hypertherm Powermax 1250 from Scott-Gross and company.

              Go on e-bay and search Hypertherm. They have an extensive listing of consumables available.

              Good Luck.
              I second that. They have a store in my town, but I usually order off ebay and they drop it at my house for no charge. Their ebay prices are better than their in-store prices.
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              • #8
                From Thermacut's website:

                Thermacut has its production facility located in the Czech Republic (Thermacut, s.r.o.) and employs more than 200 people on its premises.

                Great! More jobs overseas!


                Try this one.

                http://centricut.com/About_Us.htm

                They are an offshoot of Hypertherm, but won't necessarily tell you that if you ask. They make mig consumables too. Cheaper than factory stuff.

                Here's another one:

                http://www.torchmate.com/contact.htm

                There's another one in Indiana, but I can't find the info. Will try to find it.


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                I can fix it, just pay me to replace it first

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