|Item Weight||19 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.2 x 6 x 9 inches|
|Item model number||CUT 50DX|
|Amperage Capacity||50 A|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||6|
|Maximum Pressure||150 PSI|
|Hose Length||10 Feet|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Compatible Fastener Range||Ramsond|
|Warranty Description||1 Year Parts and Labor|
Ramsond CUT 50DX 50 Amp Digital Inverter Portable Air Plasma Cutter Dual Voltage
|Price:||$567.00 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Automatic Dual Voltage/Dual Frequency (110/220v 50/60Hz)
- Integrated Digital Display of Current (Amps) and Pressure Gauge
- Integrated Pressure Gauge Display
- 60% Duty Cycle
- Max Severance Thickness: 1-Inch Max Cut thickness: 3/4-Inch
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This machine was packaged well enough to be air dropped if necessary. The outside box was lined with Styrofoam. The inside box was lined with about 1" thick foam that was made to fit the cutter.
It came with everything except an electrical plug which makes sense because it will work on 110 or 220 so there is no way for them to know what type plug to send. I wired mine for 220.
The first thing I cut was some 1/8 " steel. It zipped right through that. I then tried some ¼" with no problem. The next thing I cut was ½" steel. I got through it but I had to take it easy. I didn't have anything thicker but with my lack of skill I'm not sure I would tackle anything thicker than the ½".
I also tried some very thin steel and it did a great job with a low amp setting. 1/8" and ¼" aluminum cut with no problem.
I don't have a steady hand so most of my cuts looked pretty rough but the machine cuts so fast with no resistance it was hard to get a straight cut. Anyone who has used a cutting torch will know what I mean.
I still don't know how they can produce this much cutting power in a 25 pound machine but they did. I am impressed with the machines quality and performance
I used it over two weekends for about 30 minutes of total cutting time, and it was working really well, until it went "phut" and died. Amazon sent me a replacement. This also went into the UPS void and once again never was delivered. The tracking showed it going back and forth and out for delivery - someone must have found a clever way to steal them.
I got fed up waiting for the replacement so I got a refund from Amazon (who are wonderful at handling problems) and placed an order for a LT5000D Lotos 50A Air Inverter Plasma Cutter. It looks almost the same as the Ramsond but has the pressure gauge on the back, and has a different trigger (I found the trigger on the Cut DY uncomfortable to use), so I'm hoping that it does not die too. Also you don't get the extra consumables with the LT unit. (It turned out that this unit is probably the same as the Ramsond unit - see below).
I tried contacting Ramsond twice about the problem of the unit dying but they never got back to me. Not a good sign!
UPS have a terrible way to handle customer queries. If you want to beat the automation, just press 0 and 0 again to get to a real person. Unfortunately, they appear to be a call center, and only read back what you can already see on the tracking information, and will tell you that it is Out for Delivery, even when you know it is not going to arrive. Friendly, but not very helpful.Read more ›
I have cut a bunch of half inch steel plate with the Ramsond thus far.. it does really well with that, especially with a new tip.
It goes thru the steel like a hot knife in butter.. Brilliant stuff!
It will get thru 3/4 inch.. just about anyway. It kinda has to chew through it so the cut isn't very clean.
Make sure you have a good strong compressor with lots of air flow! The air keeps the tip cool and pushes the molten steel away from it. No air or weak air will fry the tip in a heart beat.
It will eat the tips fairly quickly, especially with bad air supply and bad technique. I don't know why Amazon doesn't sell replacements.
The cutter will blast a spray of molten steel away from the cut. Be cognisant of where this is going to end up... it will bounce back at you or could damage clothing or anything around it, so pick your location and angle of attack with care. I find a nice 45 degree angle will push the steel away well and keep the tip cooler.
Thats about it. Definitely worth a try. :-)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Product didn't work as advertise. Air leaks in the air hose at the handle and air leaks inside the main cabinet. Returned for a full refund.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
NO MORE SCRATCH START!!!
You can change to this CP133 torch and fix the trigger problem. Plus the consumables package is a little nicer. Read more
Worst mistake I could have ever made. I have 2 now and I'll use cutoff wheels before I touch this.Published 4 months ago by Joe
First off, you get what you pay for. One star for delivering the product I ordered.
The nozzle is cheap and flimsy. Read more
Good buy on a 50 amp cutter and I have cut steel for 1/16 to a rusty piece of 1/2 inch I found.Published 6 months ago by charles Johnson
I ordered 2, the 1st didn't work out of the box. The 2nd 1 lasted just passed the return period. Junk!Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I ordered this Plasma Cutter assuming I would get the one pictured.....But I did not!! It was a totally different looking model with a Ramsond sticker plastered on it..... Read morePublished 7 months ago by david