Lincoln Electric provides reliable cutting tools for every curve, odd shape, and interesting cuts you want. The company has provided quality plasma cutters for years and is continuing to innovate
Luckily for you, this article narrows down Lincoln plasma cutters from A to Z. So, let’s check out Lincoln’s product lines and see what you can bring home to your workshop today.
Lincoln Electric has developed a wide range of plasma cutters for every consumer, from construction and autobody professionals to DIY hobbyists at home.
People use Lincoln plasma cutters in light and heavy industries for those seamless and quick cuts of much-needed sheet metals. But which cutting machine works best for you?
Here are the types of Lincoln plasma cutter machines with their significant features.
Portable plasma cutters are popular due to the increasing demand for portable cutting machines.
They’re not exactly lightweight, but at least they’re a great improvement on industrialized plasma cutters. Each plasma cutter offered by Lincoln is easy to operate with its Touch Start System and safety features for the proper installation of consumables and torches.
A handheld Lincoln plasma cutter comes with an air compressor, hand torch, consumables, and other accessories. Lincoln offers four portable plasma cutters:
Performance in Cutting (inches)
|Tomahawk 375 AIR Plasma Cutter with 10 ft. Hand Torch||Tomahawk 625 Plasma Cutter with a 20 ft. Hand Torch||Tomahawk 1000 Plasma Cutter with 25 ft. Hand Torch||Tomahawk 1500 Plasma Cutter with 25 ft Hand Torch|
These portable plasma cutting machines may not have the longevity and capacity as its big brothers, but it gets the job done.
This is what you could call the conventional plasma cutters—the ones that you see at your friend’s home garage or professional production workshops.
These types of Lincoln plasma cutters use only air and oxygen for cutting, unlike high definition plasma cutters. They may not provide excellent cut quality, but they have the fastest cutting speed. These work best when cutting mild steel.
Here is a brief overview of Lincoln Electric’s conventional plasma cutters:
Max. Cut Capacity (inches)
|FlexCut 80||FlexCut 125||FlexCut 200|
|Gas Pressure||87–109 PSI||90–120 PSI||90–130 PSI|
You can also opt to buy cutting tables with your mechanized air plasma cutter. It is highly suggested since these machines are already intended for light industrial use.
We’re not talking about HD TVs here. We’re talking about high-end cutting with fewer excess metals. This plasma cutter is perfect for those large, more demanding applications—like in the construction, recycling, and automotive industries.
HD plasma cutters can keep you operational 24 hours a day, unlike small to mid-sized Lincoln plasma cutting machines.
There are two Lincoln Electric products under the Fineline line:
Cut Capacity (inches)
|FineLine 170 HD||FineLine 300 HD|
|Mild SteelProduction Capacity|
|Max. Cutting Capacity||2||3|
|Stainless SteelProduction Capacity|
|Max. Cutting Capacity||1.5||2|
|Max. Cutting Capacity||1.5||2|
|Input Power: Voltage||380–575||380–575|
|Inlet Gas Pressure||105–145 PSI||105–145|
|Cutting GasMild Steel|
|Stainless Steel||Nitrogen, H17/Nitrogen/Air/Air, Air|
|Rated Output: Current/Voltage/Duty Cycle||170/210/100%||300/210/100%|
Gases used for your plasma cutters are collected through the plasma cutter’s compressor. In addition, some welders use gas tanks filled with the gases needed to make them more concentrated.
That said, plasma cutter gas is an integral component of your plasma-cutting process. Mixed gases can give you cleaner and faster cuts. However, they come with a safety warning. So make sure you have the right tools and equipment to maintain these huge plasma cutters.
Do you remember those cool cutting machines from the first scene of the 1999 classic robot movie, Bicentennial Man? Fine line cutting brought that robot to life. Plasma cutting used to be fictional, but now, we have Torchmate CNC plasma cutters, one of the most advanced plasma cutters of Lincoln Electric.
What’s convenient about this technology is that it comes with a downdraft, also known as a water table, and software that lets you draw on any metal without ever holding the torch itself.
You can do the cutting manually by using the arrow keys on the plugged-in computer. In addition, you can add the metal thickness and the amps you need to do your cutting.
We've taken the liberty to jot down Lincoln Electric's Torchmate products. These products have a downdraft, a cutting table in different sizes, and a plasma cutter of your choice. It's a one-stop shop for your plasma-cutting needs.
This product has a 4x4 cutting table that's perfect for small spaces. In addition, it is fully assembled, meaning you or a technician doesn't have to set up your plasma cutter.
If you're a professor teaching engineering and any related field to plasma cutting, then having this product can be quite handy for classroom discussions.
It has a 4x8 table that's also fully assembled. If you happen to work in a medium-scale fabrication shop, this is what you want.
Another cutting table that suits well with mid-sized production. This 5x10 table will surely fit into your shop nicely.
It is designed to cut thick metal plates and endure harsh shop environments. Recyclers and construction workers will appreciate this product.
This plasma cutter has a table that goes up to 8x22, perfectly paired with a Lincoln HD plasma cutter.
This is the ideal package if you operate 24 hours a day and want only minimal maintenance. The Torchmate 5100 is the big gun of the Lincoln Torchmate's plasma-cutting line.
The cutting table of this cutter stretches up to 25 feet. However, instead of having a square-like cutting table, it is elongated. As a result, it is ideally designed for narrow fabrication shops.
Lincoln Electric has the best and most complete selection of plasma cutters for any workshop. Picking the best, whether for leisure or business, is greatly relevant to the results of your plasma-cutting work. Nevertheless, you won't regret purchasing a one from Lincoln.
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