Where to Buy
Service & Support
I may not be good looking, but I make up for it with my dazzling lack of personality
i shall now wrack my brain, as it is a very reasonable paraphrase. of course it is an el cheapo machine, i can GUARANTEE if the electrode is "just copper", it's life is short, REAL short.
Last edited by Pumpkinhead; 10-03-2007 at 03:36 PM.
oh, O.K., my mistake, one company/50 factories, all producing the same junk with different color paint.Do you really think that for a country the size of China there is only ONE factory that makes these? You're wrong! Try about 50!
like putting whipped cream on a turd.
more disinformation:The consumables are always in stock... and besides... their so simple you could even make them on a cheap Harbor Freight lathe... just copper...
complete thread here:the consumables are inexpensive on $17.75 for a 5 pack and they don't were out... they just get damaged by splatter-back. So... if one avoids splatter-back the tips don't get consumed... at least with this torch design.
Warning,Dont call Parker at approx 4:30,thats when his chinese food gets delivered,I was ready to Invest and sell,and demo them,as he never knew about Plasma's,,TWICE,He hung up on me, So ,He's not selling Rilands, Im in Buisness,and also a rep,Use mine 8-16 hrs a day,all 3 the 2 plasma's and the 200 wse,,ask Larry,(Grapple) hes a square shoter also!!!!!!!!!
We dont fix tvs, so dont sell plasma's!!!!!!!!!!Larry,Any thing to Add,and we are friendly competers!!!!!!!!!,Jack
I've always had excellent service with Thermal Dynamics. I even discussed the snap start system on the Cutmaster series with their engineering people. Very infomative and friendly folks. Easy to deal with people 300 miles away as opposed to halfway around the world. I have my second TD unit now, and like it as much as my first. I sold the Pakmaster 100XL because the new plasma table computers would not handle the HF start of the 100XL. The Cutmaster 101 with the snap start is just as nice. And the engineering people told me the cutmaster series was developed with CNC in mind.
Just as devil's advocate here, I bought a parker unit a while back and the first one smoked upon the first squeeze of the trigger. The parker person on the phone was courteous, apologetic, and got me a new unit in short order. They ate the shipping all the way around. The new unit works well all around but shines best on 220. Its only issue is it's a bit hard starting sometimes but if I recall that is a minor internal adjustment issue that I haven't bothered to deal with yet.
Yes, I am still alive.
Miller Dimension 652 w/D-64 feeder
Miller 135, 252, Bobcat 225
Miller Syncrowave 250
Central Machinery 7x12
Thermal Dynamics TrueCut 82
ParkerMP 40amp DV
Homebuilt CNC router
I bought the ramsond model and its been great. I dont know whos copy or knockoff it is but it works awesome for me and has the 4 big capacitors in it. that was one of the things i was told to look for cause some of the real cheapies only have 2.
Ramsond seems to be a company operated in the US and his ebay feedback is great. I am not trying to sell anything nor do i know him just my experience with the cheap plasma machine. Its good for me. i think it was like a$176.00 or something like that.
Hope things are going well with you and family,!!JackTrying to talk to punkin head,is like talking to a wall, dont wear your fingers off!!!!!!