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The plasma also cuts ferrous and non-ferrous metals much faster than an Oxy-Fuel torch or abrasive saws, with low or no heat affected zone, especially on thinner metals. A clean cut with little or no dross means less time and money is required to finish the work piece. Parts are virtually weld-ready

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the tech is probably pretty close to the cost of board,but you may have moisture in air that still wont take out the p.c..you have a warrenty on the unit,go to your local welding store and request a new one if refussed tell them you want to talk to the miller salesman which they should have no problem to set up.if not call miller direct in appleton wisc.they are good people.

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