Hello to everyone! My place of work just acquired a new business and we received a Torchmate X series table with the Accumove 3, and a Flexcut 80. Basically I got thrown into this and got no training what so ever so I had to read manual after manual and watch as many video's as possible to get everything up and running. So please forgive me if I sound ignorant. Basically, I feel like I'm eating consumables way faster than what I should. Here is my setup... I have the plas hooked up to the main air source for the shop with the adiquite amount of air pressure needed. I have the plas set at 80psi (while running), and I have the amps set at 80. Now I have 60-80 amp consumables in and I'm either running it on 1/4" ms or 3/8" ms. I also run it on 1/4" and 3/8" AR500 if that matters. So the settings on the program are set as followed: Auto mode, and sample voltage are on. Pierce Delay- .70, Pierce Height- .15, Cut Height- .08, and the Set Voltage is at 148.4. When I'm running 1/4" I can usually set the speed to about 60ipm but right now I had to cut it down to about 50 to get a decent cut. When I cut 3/8 I run anywhere from 40-50ipm depending on how its cutting that day. It seems I am changing consumables like almost every day if not a couple of times a day depending on how much I'm cutting. In the pic of the material I cut, I had JUST put a new electrode and new nozzle on prior to cutting. This is them after cutting just what you see there. That's about how much I can cut before I have to replace consumables. ANY advice would be greatly appreciated! Thank you and God bless.