There is not a "hours" meter on the machine.
It is a good way to get customers "skin in the game". Most people just pad the quote to cover the BS.
When you bring a DXF in from a THIRD PARTY software, follow these steps.
1. Select ALL.
2. Go to ARRANGE/CONVERT TO/POLYARC
3. Select ALL.
.CDL files just needs to be OUTPUT to become a .GM you can follow the video at https://torchmate.com/university/tmu-2-exporting
Turn SAMPLE VOLTAGE OFF.
Enter the last "current" voltage into the SET VOLTAGE under CUT PARAMETERS. Leave in AUTO. monitor the CURRENT...
I dont believe PDFs have issues. try dragging dropping into the post.
nice. love to see the finished product.
Probably best to use the RUN FRO TORCH POSITION. This is easier to get the torch to start at the "exact" location. move the torch to where it...
Get a high pressure regulator and pump Nitrogen into your HT instead of compressed air. Buttery cut finish on that SS.
Ben, always enjoy seeing your work. The layering and online cuts always add details that usually get overlooked. keep it up!
That is very nice... I might have to purchase one!
This would be good with a mix of medias. like "distressing" some wood/leather for the shelf portion. Man, where the link to your etsy?
For the weld tables, I put the "starts" outside the table cut to avoid the indents. Even with a "0" pierce delay, you will still get a little bit.
It is mechanical but also could be wiring. Downside of the TM2 is the one motor driving a side attached to a jack shaft. If the controller is...
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