|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
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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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One of the best selling portable plasma cutters. BRAND NEW IN BOX. 4TH Generation Ramsond CUT 50DX, a 50 Amp, Dual Voltage (110V and 220V), Dual Frequency (50 and 60 Hz), Inverter Technology, High Frequency, Plasma Cutter. The CUT 50DX is the 4th generation of Ramsond line of plasma cutters; having evolved from the previous CUT50, CUT50D models. It is now equipped with DIGITAL AMP DISPLAY and INTEGRATED PRESSURE GAUGE located in the front panel. It is further upgraded witha fully insulated FOLDABLE HANDLE. It continues to utilize an UPGRADED GERMAN MADE COOLING SYSTEM. It has been internally redesigned to incorporate the latest high frequency inverter technology using V-MOSFETs made by TOSHIBA, along with PWM (Pulse Width Modulation), the combination of which help deliver a far more constant, concentrated and precise current to the cutting surface. This leads to a cleaner and more uniform cut. Furthermore, as a result of these improvements, CUT 50DX has been substantially reduced in size and weight. With the Ramsond CUT 50DX, regardless of your training, you can achieve smooth, clean and uniform cuts on a wide range of surfaces and material (e.g. stainless steel, carbon steel, alloy steel, copper, brass, aluminum plate and other conductive material) with minimal heat input and without distortion of metal. This model has been designed so it is easy to use by the do-it-yourself user, while fully accommodating the demands of professional operators.
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Dual Voltage 110V/220V Dual Frequency 50/60 Hz 50 Amp Inverter Type Air Plasma Cutter
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First, the unit was packed well, but the expendables were not individually packaged. They may have been at some point, but the bag they were in was ripped open. They were maintained within the bigger bag of parts. The setup was pretty straight forward. The pressure valve/water separator mounts to the back of the macine. You have to supply your own power plug, either 110 or 220. I wired it to a dedicated 220 outlet. I did notice that the Ramsond case looks identical to the Parker machine that I have.
I have a 110 fluorescent light on another circuit. That light flickered off and then back on repeatedly when I used the cutter. I have a Parker "Plasma Tec 40" that does not cause the light problems.
The cut itself: I cut 3/8 metal with this, but the result was very poor quality in my opinion. I contacted customer support by email, and they responded very quickly with a couple of checks regarding air pressure settings. I'm posting a couple of pics of both sides of the cut.
I informed Ramsomd of the light flickering issue. I don't know if there is a bad ground in the machine or what caused the light to flicker. They immediately arranged for the return of the unit. They sent me a copy of the original shipping label by mistake rather than the RMA label. I called them and within minutes, I had the RMA shipping label. They also processed the refund extremely fast.
I am very impressed with the customer support of Ramsond. I was hoping that this unit would replace my older Parker unit with a greater cut capacity.
If the machine cuts per the specs, then this machine is worth the money, but for me, this didn't turn out to be the case.
Overall I am very pleased with the machine. It is wired to 220v. I wouldn't even try 110v unless you are just cutting sheet metal. Just my opinion and I spent 36 years in the electric utility business. More voltage means less amperage which means less heat in the machine.
One thing I would mention is that the button is a little hard to push and hold with gloves on. I had to concentrate on holding it down or I would lose my arc. Another is that the manual doesn't come with any recommended settings which would be helpful. Here is a guide I found on the Eastwood site. It was a good starting point.
A couple of notes I think would be helpful:
- use a big compressor, smaller will work in a pinch but will eat a tip up easier. More air makes the cut to way easier.
- if cutting older or rusty metal run a grinder over the cut path first. This keeps the current flowing and helps you move over the metal easier
- the tips are basically drag tips, you don't necessarily have to keep a stand off for it to work. I find this very handy particularly for sheet metal.
Can't really complain too much with a machine this cheep but a couple little gripes:
- the leads are kinda short, the machine is light so you can move it close but still with electrical and air hoses it's kinda cumbersome.
- the gun trigger is hard to use with gloves on. The button is kinda recessed and isn't like a trigger. Hasn't been a huge issue but if cutting a lot your thumb will get kinda tired because you really gotta push with gloves on
- also shouldn't even be a question but this is one if those machines you really must wear eye protection. The sparks fly and I have had two if the ceramic cups blow up. Make sure your glasses cover the sides of your eyes and cutting torch goggles are a wise choice.