Best Plasma Cutters: Slice Through Metal Quickly and Easily
Cut or create your own metalworks with these high-quality plasma cutters
This plasma cutter uses non-hazardous compressed air to cut through surfaces. Plus, the included pilot arc technology allows it to work without touching the tip to the metal.
It produces minimal slag to reduce clean up. The included handle makes it convenient and simple to carry. It’s simple to set up and can function in one minute. Its max clean cut is a one-half inch.
Slag may stick to the tip, causing it to slow or stop until you clean it off. The compressed air line could be larger.
A lightweight and easy-to-carry plasma cutter that cuts smoothly and effectively. Its max clean-cut thickness is just over ½ inch.
The dual voltage option allows you to connect it to either 110V or 220V power source. It also comes with a pair of goggles to protect your eyes.
The setup directions can be a hassle to understand. The air regulator is also not the best quality, which may weaken the arc’s power a bit.
This plasma cutter includes a 50-amp digital air inverter to make precise cuts up to one-inch thick. It can slice through stainless steel, alloy steel, and copper aluminum like butter.
The included gauge allows you to read and control the temperature more effectively. Plus, the voltage can adapt to 100V or 240V input.
It is 31 pounds and on the heavier side, and the manual may be difficult to understand.