One of the benefits of having a table is now you can make/cut anything that is conductive and what your mind can come up with. On this project, we take a concept drawing and turn it into a rack and replacement gate for a overlander truck. Having a hand drawn plan was easy to handle. By bringing in the PDF/JPG directly into the TMCAD gave me the ability to get the shape and overall dimensions of the design. Once in the TMCAD, made the rest of the "work" easy by being able to add and move the tabs around. As far as the back portion, Iggy drew it up from plans in his head. He just took a couple of measurements and downloaded the elements to put into the design. Cut Parameters: (Rack) Table: Torchmate 4400 Plasma Cutter: FlexCut 80 Material: 11ga Mild Steel Amperage: 40 amps Cutting Speed: 108 ipm Cut Parameters: (Gate) Table: Torchmate 4400 Plasma Cutter: FlexCut 80 Material: 11ga/14ga Mild Steel Amperage: 40 amps Cutting Speed: 108 ipm/210 ipm It took a few versions of the Racks to get it right for the welding and finishing "look". (5 times). The gate wasn't forgiving and took only one time to get right. (good job Iggy!) Had to cut some stiffeners for the gate to work so those were cut by the TMX on 3/16" MS. The gate portion needed some welding help along with some extra fabrication being that the latch and sliding gate had to be accounted for. Check out the results and another great project done!