G’Day from Canberra, Australia!

Hi Everyone, just purchased a Crossfire with XL expansion and really looking forward to using it once my Plasma Cutter arrives.

I’m based in Canberra, Australia and I’ll be using the Crossfire for my various car projects.

A quick look through the forum reveals this is a pretty friendly place and I look forward to contributing.

Cheers!

Woz

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Well hello! Thanks for the info from you. I look forward to seeing your projects you produce on your crossfire.
My table works many hours each day and never 1 problem with it. I’m sure you will be happy with yours. How about a couple pictures of your projects you are working on now.

Cheers!

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Hi Woznaldo,

Congrats on your purchase. Fellow Australian Crossfire user (based in/near Geelong). I’ve had mine almost a year and it’s definitely my fa our ore tool in the shed.

Shout out if you want to discuss any thing - happy to help and might be easier having someone in the same time zone!

Cheers

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Hi Paul,

Thanks for the offer, I’ll no doubt take you up on that!

I’m still waiting for my plasma (Jan), but as soon as it’s here I’ll let you know how I get on!

Cheers,

Woz

Hi Piffdog.
I’m in Australia too, and wondering what plasma cutters are compatible. Preferably one that could be just plug and play (I.e not needing any wiring to be done)

Thanks
David

Hi Woznaldo
I’m in Australia too, and wondering what plasma cutters are compatible. Preferably one that could be just plug and play (I.e not needing any wiring to be done)

Thanks
David

Hi David, I use the SWS Speedcut 50. It’s a great little unit and has an internal plug to connect Torch Fire and THC if desired later.

I’m still playing with speeds, but the results are pretty good so far.

There’s a little bit of wiring, but I can easily talk you through it.

Thanks for the info, I’ll look into this brand. How have you found the plasma table. Reliable ? Easy to use ?

Yeah, pretty easy to use. Once you get used to Mach3 and follow the tutorials on YouTube it’s just a matter of fine tuning speeds for material type and thickness.

Hi David. Sorry for the late/no reply. Must have missed it. Looks like Woznaldo has helped you. Wiring is pretty easy - I have a CIG weld and also a Thermal Dynamics cutmaster.

Have found Langmuir product very good. What makes really, really good results tho is the quality of your air, quality of plasma cutter and how you set up the design / gcode file (speed, torch height, start points etc…)

Good luck and I’ll try and keep an eye out for any responses.