Plasma Cutting for Beginners: Sheet Metal | TIG Time

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In this episode we will be going over the basics of plasma cutting. Plasma cutting is a very versatile process to any fabricator or welder, which is why we will be going over safety, how to set your machine and how to cut material with a plasma cutter.
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Comments

Catherine Harris says:

Omg i just heard that Mr. Tig has passed away!😭 R.I.P. Sir and thanks for all of these educational videos you've given us!

nebulous says:

I love how metal cutting devices goes from like scissors but for metal to freaking plasma 😃

Pat Glenn says:

Question: Can a person cut multiple sheets at the same time (to make more than 1 copy of an item) or will the resulting pieces simply be welded together during the process?

John The Accountant says:

What is the difference between 2T and 4T ?

anthony estrada says:

U want to sell it ?

Erwin Erwin says:

Great informative video. I am new at this and just took up welding. Now thinking of buying a cheap Amazon plasma cutter Now do you not need a welding helmet for the plasma cutter and welding glvoes?

RicH says:

Keep in mind the 110V units need aprx 30 amp capable circuit. Not your average 110v plug in which is commonly 20 amp..

Ali Ahemad 143 says:

Plz send me your number

Ali Ahemad 143 says:

Mr. Jack send me your number please I want to ask something about plasma

Glenn Knox says:

what is that wire gadget clipped to the tip for the stand off distance called and where can they be purchased thanks

General Chad says:

Wtf is a pilot arc

JON ANDERSON MD says:

Thanks for the intro to this technology! QUESTION: Just wHAT does the term " 2T " mean?? you refer to it but without any sort of explanation …

kerrijodierberger says:

Do you use gas a gas line to plasma cut, or is that just for welding? I’m a beginner, so not quite sure if I use gas or just my compressor

Rhianne Moll says:

Mr. Tig, you look like a lovely man. Thanks for the tutorial!

G. Fortin says:

You mentioned you were using 25 amps on the sheet metal, and what would you run for PSI with that setting ? Still a high amount or dial that similarly low ?

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