|Item Weight||26 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 6 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||F6-LLBG-D35Z|
|Style||Plasma Cutter, Dual Voltage 110V/220V, 1/2 Inch Clean Cut|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Lotos LTP5000D 50Amp Non-Touch Pilot Arc Plasma Cutter, Dual Voltage 110V/220V, 1/2 Inch Clean Cut
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- Compact plasma cutter has a handle for portability and uses non-hazardous compressed air to cut stainless steel, alloy steel, mild steel, copper, and aluminum
- Pilot arc torch efficiently cuts though rough, painted, and rusty surfaces and produces minimal slag;PAPST advanced German cooling system
- MOSFET transistor produces a uniform output to enable cutting of thin metal and can reach high power output for cutting thick metal
- Dual voltage capability allows the machine to run directly on 220V 50/60 Hz power, or on 110V 50/60 Hz with the use of a pigtail (sold separately)
- Includes a plasma torch, ground clamp and cable, air regulator, air hose, and air hose connections. Suitable for Stainless Steel, Alloy Steel, Mild Steel, Copper, Aluminum, etc
- 50 Amp Digital Inverter Air Plasma Cutter
- Automatic Dual Voltage / Dual Frequency (110/220V 50/60Hz)
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From the manufacturer
Cut It, Weld It, Build It.
Non-touch Pilot ARC
Pilot arc torch efficiently cuts though rough, painted, and rusty surfaces and produces minimal slag.
Pilot arc technology allows you to cut without touching the tip to the metal. Better cutting quality and longer consumable life.
1/2" Clean Cut
-Max Rated Clean Cut Thickness: 1/2".
-Max Severance Thickness: 3/4".
Compact plasma cutter has a handle for portability and uses non-hazardous compressed air to cut stainless steel, alloy steel, mild steel, copper and aluminum.
-Automatic Dual Voltage / Dual Frequency (110 V/220 V 50/60Hz).
Dual voltage capability allows the machine to run directly on 220 V 50/60 Hz power, or on 110 V 50/60 Hz with the use of a pigtail (sold separately).
Headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, LOTOS Technology supplies quality welding and cutting tools to small businesses and Do-It-Yourself (DIY) buyers.
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LOTOS LTP5000D 50 A Non-Touch Pilot Arc Plasma Cutter
By Lotos Technology
The LOTOS LTP5000D Pilot Arc Plasma Cutter delivers strong cutting performance in a compact package. The pilot arc feature is especially useful for continuous cutting on rough surfaces or dirty metal.
An optimized design based on state-of-the-art MOSFET transistors provides high power output for thick metal cutting, as well as steady output for thin metal cutting.
The LTP5000D is an excellent choice for home DIY jobs and light duty small business projects.
|Cutting Clean Metal||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Cutting Rusty / Painted Metal||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Output Current||10-35 A||10-50 A||10-50 A||20-60 A||20-70 A||20-80 A|
|Duty cycle @ 104°F (40°C)||30% @35 A||60% @ 50 A||60% @ 50 A||60% @60 A||60% @70 A||60% @80 A|
|Input Voltage||110 V||110 V/220 V||110 V/220 V||220 V Only||220 V Only||220 V Only|
|Ideal Cut Thickness||2/5"(10mm)||1/2"(12mm)||1/2"(12mm)||3/4"(19mm)||7/8"(22mm)||1"(25mm)|
|Severance Cut Thickness*||3/5"(15mm)||3/4"(19mm)||3/4"(19mm)||1"(25mm)||1 1/4"(32mm)||1 1/2"(38mm)|
Since 2000 Lotos operated by Zion Global LLC introduced Inverter Technology in welding and cutting machines. Lotos Plasma cutters are designed especially for businesses and DIY (do-it-yourself) users, while fully accommodating the demands of professional operators.
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But if you are looking for a small machine, that works, going to use it at home for hobby or small projects, then this is the machine for you, lower cost than others, Plus no gas cost or hose, regulators, ect
Bottom line: test it when you get it, it's a good system for the price, (update)keep a wire brush handy, about every 2nd cut hit the tip with wire brush, I've found out that by doing this,(while tip is still hot) it extends the life of the tip. it seems that slag blown from the metal sticks on the tip, which causes failure on tip and electrodes,going to try a gel mix on the tip to see if it solves the problem.
product has no country of origin stamp, mark, or sticker on it. not going inside until warranty expires, but it is an import.
Problems I have found
1. Ground way to short, ill fix this after warranty is expired.
2. Ground clamp ( to weak) ill fix this after warranty is expired.
3. Air line (replace it) 70 lbs of air on this thing, and in the heat, it doesn't hold up.
4. Buy extra stand off, I free hand a lot of cutting and the original one is now history. (update) stand off is to short, to close to material. looking for replacement that fits the cup size, hyperthem stand off product doesnt work on these tips.
5. Cut is to large, wide, I can cut finer lines with a gas torch and 000 tip.
6. Buy extra consumables, this thing eats them, I purchased the 40 pcs from amazon I Have used 2 full sets over last month. 2 cups, 2 tips and 2 inter electrodes , Be sure to purchase the correct ones for the system you purchased. LT vs LTD
UPDATE: 2 years later and this plasma cutter is still kicking a$$. Even though i posted pictures of it cutting through Connex boxes with ease, it also has no issues making quick work of 1/2 inch thick steel I-beams. It does everything from massive industrial structures to fine art! Don’t believe me? Check out what this little box has done for my business. Www.facebook.com/barrelhousemetalandwoodworks
Before using it, I checked out some youtube un-boxing and first use videos. One guy melted the ground cable, most probably because his ground location wasn't cleaned up where he connected it. I pretty much echo the comments of the videos I watched. The machine is small and lightweight, which is good. The power and ground cables are too short. After talking to an electrician, I purchased 25 feet of 10-3 SOOW cord to make a new power cord. I have 220V in my garage so I also had to replace the turn and lock plug that came with the machine. About $75 extra so far but that's fine with me. I plan on changing the ground cable in the future.
I wanted my first test to be substantial. I found a 5"X5", 3/8" thick, 14' long box beam at a salvage yard that I'm going to use to make a frame table for the Mustang project. I wanted to cut it in half lengthways to make two C-channel beams. The little wire stand-off that came with the torch to keep the tip off the work is not very effective. I made a sled out of 1-1/2" square tubing that allows the torch tip to stay about 1/8" off the work surface and slide along a straight edge. I set the air pressure to the recommended 75 PSI and started the amperage at 35. I ended up putting the pressure up to about 85 and the amperage to 50. I'm new to plasma cutting so it does take some getting used to. It took me about 20 minutes per side to make the cuts. The cuts were good for my ability. Go too fast and there will be slag build up. I ground the rust off the ground location and the ground cable never heated up. The longer power cable worked well too.
All in all, I think this is a good machine for the money for what I'll need it for. No way was I going to pay $1500 or more. I also purchased some extra consumables. The 40 piece set for just under $100 dollars also on Amazon. I've heard some guys say they were able to find this on other sites like Newegg for under $400 but being in Hawaii, Amazon's free shipping is a deal maker.