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03 Oct 2020 08:33 #184671 by Clive S
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tommylight wrote: Very nice, thank you.
Especially glad since i know how much it took for you to get here.


Another completed PlasmaC setup.

+1 to add to the other +1
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06 Oct 2020 23:37 #185165 by dvn4life1972
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She's cutting pretty good, and wouldn't be possible without everyone's help here. This is an awesome community!

I didn't think this would turn out ok, but I have to rethink that.

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07 Oct 2020 11:05 #185232 by rodw
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Its always interesting to see what people cut with their plasma cutter. The stuff we do is far more industrial. Like this prototype vehicle specific mounting bracket for a DC-DC battery charger we finished today. We are actually sending it to a customer in Bali tomorrow with a heap of other electrical parts that he finds hard to source.

We are finding it invaluable to be able to fold our own parts on a pressbrake. The CAD is sometimes hard without a 3D scanner, but we nailed this one, picking up 3 seperate mounting bolts to support the brackets on the second attempt! Its taken a while but I have finally got a better understanding of Fusion 360....

The manufacturer recommends the charger is mounted up near the radiator so it can stay cool, then has a light in the centre of the part that changes colour based on status so we could not just mount it on its side which would have been much easier.

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07 Oct 2020 12:22 #185236 by dvn4life1972
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In my old fabrication business we made mostly parts and virtually nothing like what I'm cutting now (read whatever pays lol!). I cut my teeth on Autocad 2000, and let me tell you it earned every bit of it's reputation as a tricky thing to use.

I moved to Solidworks for design needs some years later and found it to be difficult to use due to it's simplicity in comparison to Autocad, but man it sure was nice doing 3D modeling with. Looks like nowadays Autodesk has responded nicely over that time period and I'm finding Fusion 360 very much easier to use than either of those other two.

P.S.

I have a 20T air/hydraulic finger brake. Invaluable piece of equipment for fabrication work!
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24 Dec 2020 23:58 #193155 by snowgoer540
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Cut these earlier in the week (video here ). Finished these up today by powder coating them. Ornaments/gifts for the fam.

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27 Feb 2021 19:12 #200331 by crowloy
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Since everyone else is I might as well. just finishing up a 4x4 table based on Making Stuff's video series. THC is working although my float switch just destroyed itself so, I'll be remaking a few parts on the 3d printer.

Anyways, this is my second cut. The first being a back scratcher which I don't have any pics of.
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27 Feb 2021 19:14 #200332 by cmorley
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shouldn't it say 'I am Canadian' ?

Very nice.

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27 Feb 2021 20:20 #200338 by rodw
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crowloy wrote: The first being a back scratcher which I don't have any pics of.


The wonderful powers of Plasmac!

My second cut was still a headscratcher! (preplasmac)

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27 Feb 2021 21:08 #200343 by tommylight
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rodw wrote:

crowloy wrote: The first being a back scratcher which I don't have any pics of.


The wonderful powers of Plasmac!

My second cut was still a headscratcher! (preplasmac)

Back scratcher, head scratcher, i am lost ! :)
Very nice, indeed.
Thank you.

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27 Feb 2021 21:14 #200346 by rodw
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tommylight wrote:

rodw wrote:

crowloy wrote: The first being a back scratcher which I don't have any pics of.


The wonderful powers of Plasmac!

My second cut was still a headscratcher! (preplasmac)

Back scratcher, head scratcher, i am lost ! :)
Very nice, indeed.
Thank you.


Maybe you need an ass scratcher to add to your collection too :)
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