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    Here is a couple pictures of the new cart I made for my new Hypertherm 190c. I made it the correct demensions for my HH135 also. Its about 14" hight, 12" wide, 19 " deep.


    The wheels in from can lock in position and work great. Still need to add some cable holder hooks.
    Thanks
    Gary Wolboldt

  • #2
    another picture of plasma cart

    different angle this time.
    Thanks
    Gary Wolboldt

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    • #3
      Gary,

      Nice lookin little cart. But, I don t see a Hypertherm 190C sitting on it. Do you have it or are you wait for it? Originally, I was going to get the Hypertherm 190C or a Miller Spectrum Thunder. But when my local guy was willing to sell me a Hypertherm powermax 380 for $1039 I couldn t pass it up. I can tell you though that I got quite a chewing out when I returned home with 380 instead. Anyway, if you have it ,Im curious how well does it cut 1/8" thick material?
      MigMaster 250- Smooth arc with a good touch of softness to it. Good weld puddle wetout. Light spatter producer.
      Ironman 230 - Soft arc with a touch of agressiveness to it. Very good weld puddle wet out. Light spatter producer.


      PM 180C



      HH 125 EZ - impressive little fluxcore only unit

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      • #4
        Re: another picture of plasma cart

        Originally posted by GWOL
        different angle this time.
        Good design, Gary...that's the way I build 'em....angle iron vertical members outside of two frames!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Dan
          Gary,

          Nice lookin little cart. But, I don t see a Hypertherm 190C sitting on it. Do you have it or are you wait for it? Originally, I was going to get the Hypertherm 190C or a Miller Spectrum Thunder. But when my local guy was willing to sell me a Hypertherm powermax 380 for $1039 I couldn t pass it up. I can tell you though that I got quite a chewing out when I returned home with 380 instead. Anyway, if you have it ,Im curious how well does it cut 1/8" thick material?
          Dan, ya just gotta tell your CFO that a man's gotta do what a man's gotta do! After all. it worked for Clint Eastwood!

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          • #6
            Dan/Rocky

            I just put the Hpyertherm on it tonight, did want to wait for the paint to dry. I looks so good with the grey 190c on top. After all its the best looking combination of colurs!!! SCARLET AND GREY!!! GO BUCKS

            I decided to go with the 190c as a great combo with the HH135 I have. It cuts through 1/8 " great and I even pushed the limits on it as a test and it was even able to sever 3/8" easy. Not the I will be doing that all day, but its nice to know it can. I also liked the fact that it does not need an external air supply.

            Will send some more picks this weekend when I get a change. Thanks for the feed back.
            Thanks
            Gary Wolboldt

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