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I have a lincon tomahawk1538 , even on 100 amp setting with eart direct to material it will only scar the 8mm plate not cut . This is using a new machine torch on a torchmate 4x4 although hand held torch cuts fine . Any ideas?

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Check the voltage at the outlet , where it is plugged into, to see if it is too low.

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I found similar problem with few customers and one issue (should I said the standard issue) is the source of air. You need a steady pressure and flow of air into the machine. Check your air compressor you will need at least 6 cubic feet per minute (360 cubic feet per hour) and a 90 psi of pressure. Since there is no way to check the flow (unless you have an online flow meter at you air pipe) check the pressure at your air tank (reservoir), if the pressure drops below the 70 PSI then that's the problem; your compressor can't stand the flow. Other than that check your ground clamp and make sure it's making a good contact.
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notice the direction of cut. one edge will be straight and one beveled. the side you need should always be cut in that direction. example: if pulled the the right edge will be straight and if pushed the left edge will be straight.

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