Beginners Guide to Plasma Cutting and Plasma Gouging How To. Everything you need to know to start plasma cutting and plasma gouging. In this episode I demonstrate how a plasma cutter works, how to properly setup a plasma cutter, how to adjust for the correct air and amperage settings based on material thickness, how to make a freehand cut as well as make a cut using a guide. I demonstrate how consumables work and I also demonstrate plasma gouging and discuss the benefits and drawbacks of plasma cutting and gouging along with with air compressor size requirements.

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  1. Braun Reinhold

    Just use a burning square (multi use) when plasma first came out you never drug the tip on the work, Advanced technology LOL. with a sharp tip I could get a clean cut with oxy/acl. YT chopped everything else I said so to hell with it. It highlighted the remainder of this comment in red then when I hit send deleted it. Later man.

  2. Levi H.

    What is the clamp adapter you were using on top of the angle iron to give your clamp a flat surface? Home made from a piece of angle and flat stock or purchase?

  3. Larry Morgan

    Try using a flood light on your work surface if you have room direct the light towards your line and it should help while using a shade 4 lens.

  4. 218philip

    I use an old propane tank to back up a pancake compressor, I also have a portable tank (10 gallon) for filling tires. It is simple to put proper connectors on them, always include a relief valve

  5. ELCALIN1

    Hi Brandon, thanks for your video, please tell me: What is the maximum air pressure you can get out of your CUT55DS? I just bought one of those but mine doesn't reach more than 35 PSI cranked at its maximum, I have 90 PSI at the compressor. Yeswelder support is not helping.

  6. Shane Wilson

    Thank you for your expertise and your concise tutorial, just what I needed to get started using my new plasma cutter..new follower right here !!!… .fingers crossed 🙂

  7. Mel Gross

    I’ll be honest with you. I don’t like the way the power cord and adapter work. That 120 plug is only good to 15 amps. Using that as the normal plug means that when using the adapter, and higher amps, you’re putting more amperage through it, and that’s going to be marginal on that plug. That’s why most of the manufacturers use the heavier 220 volt plug as the standard, and the 220 to 120 adapter instead.

    With gauging, I think we all cut under the surface. Just weld it back up.

    Good episode.

    Ah, you’d better not kill you self on a motor cross or I won’t watch you anymore because I’ll be too ticked at you.

  8. Joey Garcia

    Great video! I have a PrimeWeld Cut60 (great machine) and I'm new to plasma cutting. I have learned that I really suck at freehand cutting. I've been tempted to get a CNC table.

  9. Dave Mitchell

    Brandon, thanks for the video and tips. You might consider using tig gloves. They are a lot thinner but still leather. Melted nylon in you skin is no fun.

  10. Death of Cayde-6

    I bought the Cut 50 and it requires at minimum, 3 cfm and my pancake compressor only puts out 1 cfm so it really depends on what your plasma cutter requires and you need 1.5 more cfm just to be safe.

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