You guys have seen bits and pieces of what it’s been like for us to get to know our Shop Sabre CNC plasma table over the past few videos, but we wanted to make a more in-depth video walking you through all the facets of this machine, the good things, the bad things and the things we wish we knew before we bought it!
Consider this an unofficial review hosted by a barely qualified CNC plasma owner/operator. Tay walks you through his thought process before he bought the machine, what it was like to take delivery of it, how the set up process went, what early issues he ran into and what adjustments he’s made since to get the table to cut the way it’s supposed to.
If you’re curious about buying a table like this, we would strongly recommend checking out @ShopSabre CNC their customer service is outstanding and their product is top notch for the money.
A good example of another small (ish) metal shop who does a lot of CNC plasma work is @42Fab – Metal Fabrication & Signage , Tay watched a lot of their videos before pulling the trigger on our own machine.
Also, check out @Maker Table for more juicy plasma and laser cutting content, and to get rad DXF files for your plasma table!
Timestamps for those who are curious!
0:00 Background & Recap
3:29 Overview of the Market
5:18 Customization Options
9:38 Our Experience with the Computer
12:27 Examples of Cuts
16:09 Projects We’ve Made Using the Plasma Cutter
19:35 General Overview
20:59 Important Research Before You Buy
Thanks for watching!
To inquire about a custom build we can help you bring to life, or to be a sponsor of the channel, shoot Tay an email at: Tay@liftarcstudios.com
Hosted by: Tay Whiteside
Filmed by: Tay Whiteside and Walker Hooper
Edited by: Walker Hooper
Music Licensed from Artlist.io
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Any technique or methodology shown in this video is purely for entertainment and informational purposes only. Lift Arc Studios and their associated craftsmen are not liable for any injury or damage to your shop or surrounding areas you man incur while trying to emulate these builds.
Remember, be safe, have fun, work smart!