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Eastwood Versa Cut 40

68EFIvert

Well-Known Member
I have that cutter and think you will be just fine. If you want I can plug it in this evening and try some 16g I have lying around. I use that machine to cut it with 220 and it slices through it like butter. When I get into thicker stuff like 1/4" it starts to struggle.
 

KTJMcG

Member
"68EFIvert" said:
I have that cutter and think you will be just fine. If you want I can plug it in this evening and try some 16g I have lying around. I use that machine to cut it with 220 and it slices through it like butter. When I get into thicker stuff like 1/4" it starts to struggle.
That would be much appreciated.
 

68EFIvert

Well-Known Member
Sorry about the delay. I had to adjust the valves on the mustang and forgot until right now. It cut the 16g just as easily with the 110v as it does with 220v.



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lethal289

Active Member
you guys that have this cutter, does the overload light stay on while its running? My light is on, and i cant get the thing to throw an arc. I dont know what gives. It was working fine then it quit. Im just not sure if that light was always on.
 

lethal289

Active Member
well the overload light means a fried mother board. The Bitch is i only have less than an hour of actual cutting time on this machine. :rant Eastwood stepped up though, 2 years to the day that i ordered and they are sending out a replacement.
 

lethal289

Active Member
Im curious what you guys are using for filters on you machine. Seems like moisture is the biggest killer on these machines. i only had a simple water trap similar to the pic below, but now im thinking i should step it up. Id love to hear what others use with their plasma cutters, not just the eastwood one.

 
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