Seen a lot of posts about the CNC plug being inaccurate, I’m not a fan of electrical work at all so don’t feel comfy soldering on a brand new machine, once my 52I shows up I want to go right to wiring into raw like my OG OG RW45 was (before they offered a CNC version)
Anyone have pictures to help guide a scaredy-cat like myself trough this?
here are some pictures of my 62i…should be the exact same for your machine…if you want to go direct into the aw voltage
I have heard some people say they are comfortable and get good results from the pin connection…your owners manual shows the pin connection
I just did my 52i. No soldering. 5/16” ring terminal on the red supplied cable and a 1/2” ring terminal on the black supplied cable. Take the back plate off then the green case. You will want to crimp the ring terminals on after you push the wires through the front grill. They will not fit through with the ring terminals already on. Two things to unscrew on the torch side, one on the clamp side. Easy-peasy.
My machine torch is heading his way to be reworked for this machine as well may just re wire the triggers into mine also.
Got it up and going tonight, just got to figure out why my THC isn’t keeping the right distance from the plate now, was running pretty much touching where before with the RW45 it was hovering above at the right distance
Hi everyone, I’ve been reading here for a while. I got my Crossfire table a few days ago, waiting on my expansion kit and water table to be delivered before I get it set up.
I have an Everlast 52i cutter. My plan was to follow the information provided in this post and tap into raw voltage. I didn’t receive a red/black wire to tap into the lugs inside the machine. Mine came with the cable in the image below. Did the supplied wiring change or am I missing something?
hey buddy, since you have a 62i, I wired mine up just like yours and finally got my Crossfire Pro up and running. I’ve cut some 3/8steel plate but I just kinda punched in some random numbers for my Tooling in SHeetcam lol. You care to share some tool speeds and amps settings for certain metal thickness? I love my 62i, have had it for 1.5yrs now with 25ft hand torch but I’ve been cutting with it by hand on all the fab work i do and I’m totally clueless on what parameters would be good for certain metals. The most common I cut is 10g steel (3/16), 1/4 and 3/8. Any help is much appreciated, thank you sir