Top 5 Lincoln Plasma Cutter Reviews for the Money (2022)
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January 17, 2022

Top 5 Lincoln Plasma Cutter Reviews for the Money (2022)

Last updated ago
4 min read
By 
Welding Buddy Experts
Published 
January 17, 2022

Many professional welders swear by the versatility and power of a Lincoln plasma cutter. 100 or so years of welding has made Lincoln Electric one of the top companies in the field. Producing advanced and world-class welding, joining, and cutting equipment is their signature, establishing their name throughout more than 19 countries and 40 manufacturing facilities worldwide.

This article will review some of the best Lincoln plasma cutters you can choose from to help you make an informed decision on which one fits your needs most.

Lincoln Plasma Cutter Reviews


Lincoln Electric 20 Plasma Cutter K2820-1

  • Input power: 115/1/60
  • Air pressure required: 65 PSI @ 3.5 CFM
  • Weight: 21 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 16 x 6.5 x 12.5 in.

The Lincoln Electric 20 has an inverter design which is portable and lightweight. It is an ideal welder for an auto body shop, farm, HVAC, sheet metal fabricator, and contractor, but also for hobbyists looking to do home projects.

This Lincoln plasma cutter can cut through 1/8 in. to 1/4 in. sheet of material. You can use it on stainless steel, metal, and aluminum.

The machine has a built-in top-mounted air pressure regulator with an input power of 115V and a duty cycle of 40% at 20A and 50% at 10-15A.

The Lincoln Electric 20 includes a 9.5 ft. cutting torch assembly, ground clamp with an 8 ft. cable, power cord and plug, and saddle hooks.

Lincoln Electric Tomahawk 375 Plasma Cutter K2806-1

  • Input power: 208/230/1/60
  • Air pressure required: 80 - 110 psi (6 -7.5 Bar)
  • Weight: 40 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 15.2 x 8.5 x 15.2 in.

"Plasma Cutting - Anywhere, Anytime." is the promise of the Lincoln Electric Tomahawk 375. Its applications include HVAC, small construction jobs, on-site maintenance, and demolition work. Perfect for stainless steel, mild steel, brass, aluminum, and copper, this is best suited for professional work.

You can use it anywhere and anytime because it can operate with either an internal compressor or external air. This Lincoln Electric plasma cutter has a Touch Start system that helps execute a precise arc initiation without high frequency.

This machine has a safety feature called a Parts-in-Place system that aids you in determining the correct installation of the torch and consumables. The Lincoln Electric Tomahawk 375 can slice through a 5/16 in. to 1/2 in. material.

It comes with an input power cord, shoulder strap, internal water separator, internal air compressor, 10 ft. cutting torch, spare consumables, air regulator and pressure gauge, and work clamp and cable.

Lincoln Electric Tomahawk 625 Plasma Cutter K2807-1

  • Input power: 208/230/1/50/60
  • Air pressure required: 80-110psi (6-7.5 Bar)
  • Weight: 34 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 18.9 x 8.5 x 15.2 in.

The Lincoln Electric Tomahawk 625 is not only great for plasma cutting but for gouging as well. It can cut through brass, copper, mild steel, aluminum, and stainless steel.

At 34 lbs., it is lightweight and portable enough to carry anywhere. This Lincoln plasma cutter has a Continuous Output Control mechanism that helps focus the arc for various thicknesses and metals.

Another feature of this plasma cutter is the Rapid Arc Strike for fast-cutting through gaps. Its Front Panel Purge Control also makes it manageable to initialize the airflow rate efficiently.

The Lincoln Electric Tomahawk 625 includes an internal water separator, hand torch with 20 ft. cable, shoulder strap, input power cord, work clamp and cable, spare consumables, air regulator, and pressure gauge. In addition, the hand torch comes with a nozzle 40A, electrode, swirl ring, drag spacer, and retaining cap.

Lincoln Electric Tomahawk 1000 Plasma Cutter K2808-1

  • Input power: 208-575/1/3/50/60
  • Air pressure required: 87-109psi (6-7.5 Bar)
  • Weight: 45 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 22.1 x 8.5 x 15.2 in.

This is another Lincoln plasma cutter built for gouging and plasma cutting, and usable for service tasks, on-site maintenance, construction site jobs, demolition work, fabrication, production, and robotic plasma cutting.

The Lincoln Electric Tomahawk 1000 has PowerConnect® Technology that instantly detects and adjusts to input power for a range of 200 up to 600 volts, single or three-phase, and 50 or 60 hertz.

This machine's cut performance ranges from 3/4 in. to 1.1/4 in. for mild steel. It includes an input power cord, internal water separator, spare consumables, hand torch with 25 ft. cable, air regulator and pressure gauge, and work clamp and cable.

Lincoln Electric Tomahawk 1500 Plasma Cutter K2809-1

  • Input power: 230/1/50/60
  • Air pressure required: 87 to 109 psi (6.0-7.5 Bar)
  • Weight: 96 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 25.4 x 11.8 x 17.9 in.

The Lincoln Electric Tomahawk 1500 makes the fastest and cleanest cuts in a production setting. It is a heavy-duty plasma cutter with a duty cycle of 60% at 100 A.

You can use this Lincoln plasma cutter for steel fabrication, structural steel fabrication, pipe cutting, auto body repair, construction, shipbuilding, artwork and signs, demolition, HVAC, and for maintenance and repair. Rest assured that it minimizes the need for secondary finishing no matter how thick your material is.

This machine is designed to perform hard jobs with an IP23 rating, making it suitable for both indoors and outdoors. Despite its complex applications, the Lincoln Electric Tomahawk 1500 is easy to use and set up.

This Lincoln plasma cutter comes with a hand torch, input power cord, internal water separator, work clamp with a 25 in. cable, and an air regulator and pressure gauge.

Conclusion

Which Lincoln plasma cutter is a worthy welding buddy for you? Luckily, the reputation of Lincoln Electric as one of the leading brands in the industry ensures that you get a quality machine, no matter which model you go with. It essentially boils down to personal preference when choosing a plasma cutter that suits you and your needs best, so make sure that you pick the one that makes your job the easiest.

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