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What processes can be done with plasma?

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  • Anonymous Dec 19, 2008

    arc will cut off only after a small cut. Is this an airflow problem? or?

  • whateversm Feb 08, 2009

    i have the same problem.. arc cuts out after a few seconds. air flow seems fine, presure stays above 65lbs.. i thought it might be a power problem, but even on the lowest seeting it does this as well>

    any solutions out there?

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Depending upon the design of the torch (e.g., orifice diameter), electrode design, gas type and velocities, and the current levels, several variations of the plasma process are achievable, including: * Plasma Arc Welding (PAW) * Plasma Arc Cutting (PAC) * Plasma Arc Gouging * Plasma Arc Surfacing * Plasma Arc Spraying

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