CORCUT 45 Plasma Cutter 220 Volt COR 45P

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Plasma Cutter

The CORECUT 45 is an inverter-based Plasma cutting machine produced using the latest in IGBT technology. This machine is reliable, robust and stacked with features that you can expect from a quality Plasma Cutter. Comes with a tough Plasma torch, earth lead and air regulator.

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Coreone Plasma Cutter

The CORECUT 45 is an inverter-based Plasma cutting machine produced using the latest in IGBT technology. This machine is reliable, robust and stacked with features that you can expect from a quality Plasma Cutter.

Coreone Engineered Welding Solutions

Built to our specification and manufactured in compliance to CAN/CSA E60974-1 & ANSI/IEC 60974-1

The Competitive Edge

The new Coreone CORECUT 45 Air Plasma machine is Coreone_s latest offering in improved Inverter Technology. Small and extremely efficient, it is one of the most portable single phase Inverter Cutting Machines today. Plug in your Machine, attach your air line and you are ready to go! The machine comes with a pre-set Air-regulator, 19ft Plasma torch and a return lead, starting consumable pack and an easy to use owners manual. The Core Cut45 Plasma will comfortably cut 1/2 (Mild Steel) and has an exceptional power to weight ratio. The CORECUT 45 comes with 2 year warranty on the power source. Portable and powerful, this machine has it all and more. This plasma machine ALSO has an available machine torch for plasma cutting table application.

The CORECUT 45 produces a high temperature plasma stream providing effortless cutting of all electrically conductive materials including steel, cast Iron, stainless steel, copper, aluminium brass etc . The CORECUT 45 is equipped with a high quality Plasma torch with Euro connection,developed specifically to enhance and improve the cut quality of the CORECUT 45 machine. Connection of the Plasma torch provides effortless starting of the cut with powerful, fast and accurate cutting capability, additional is the benefit of longer life cycle consumable electrodes and cutting tips. The CORECUT 45 is an exceptional machine that is suitable for a wide range of applications including sheet metal fabrication, light industrial use, site work, automotive, ducting work, repair and maintenance services. The CORECUT 45 is packaged with a tough Plasma torch, earth lead and air regulator. The CORECUT45 gives you the best of both worlds great portability, with the power to get the job done.

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45 Amp - 5/8" Cut on Steel | 230v Inverter | Industrial Rated, Lightweight and Portable

Product Details

  • Latest IGBT Inverter Technology
  • Safe Euro torch connection
  • High quality Plasma torch
  • Industrial application
  • Tolerant to variable power supply
  • In-built Air Regulator with preset air pressure
  • Suitable to cut all electrically conductive materials
  • Light weight and compact
  • Strong metal housing

Technical Data

  • Technical Data Power Supply / Phases (V-Ph) 230v - 1 +/- 15%
  • Duty Cycle @ 104 30% @ 45Amps
  • Rated Power (KVA) 5.50
  • Output Current Range (A) Plasma 20-40
  • Rated Output Voltage (V) 96
  • Efficiency (%) 90
  • Insulation Class H
  • Protection Class IP21S
  • Plasma Arc Starting Pilot L/F
  • Air Flow Pressure 75 psi
  • Air Flow Rate (CFM) 6.70
  • Cutting Thickness - Clean (Inch) 5/8
  • Cutting Thickness - Severance (Inch) 25/32
  • Dimensions (inch) 18.1" x 6.69" x 12.99"
  • Weight (Pounds) 20.2
  • Warranty 2 years machine only (see manual)
  • Certification Approval CAN/CSA E60974-1 & ANSI/IEC 60974-1

Comes complete with:

• 18’ Torch

• 12’ Ground

• 6' Power Cable

• Standoff Guide

• Nozzle

• Tip

    • Weight
      28 lbs
    • SKU
      COR 45P
  • Manufacturer
    Coreone Welding
  • Equipment Fit
    Plasma Cutting Machine
  • Categories
    Equipment
  • Manual
    http://manual.coreonewelding.co
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Operating Procedure & Techniques for PLASMA Cutting

Engineered Welding Solutions for the Industry Professional

Coreone CORECUT 45 Air Plasma machine

Amperage
Standard rule of thumb is the thicker the material the more amperage required. On thick material, set the machine to full output and vary your travel speed. On thinner material, you need to turn down the amperage and change to a lower-amperage tip to maintain a narrow kerf. The kerf is the width of the cut material that is removed during cutting.
Speed
Amperage and speed are critical to producing a good quality cut. The faster you move (especially on aluminium), the cleaner your cut will be. To determine if you're going too fast or too slow, visually follow the arc that is coming from the bottom of the cut. The arc should exit the material at a slight angle away from the direction of travel. If it's going straight down, that means you're going too slow, and you'll have an unnecessary buildup of dross or slag. If you go too fast, it will start spraying back onto the surface of the material without cutting all the way through. Because the arc trails at an angle, at the end of a cut, slow your cutting speed and angle the torch in to cut through the last bit of metal.
Direction
It is easier to pull the torch towards you than push it. The plasma stream swirls as it exits the tip, biting one side and finishing off on the other leaving a bevelled edge and a straight edge. The bevel cut effect is more noticeable on thicker material and needs to taken into consideration before starting your cut as you want the straight side of the cut to be on the finished piece you keep.
Torch Tip Height & Position
The distance and postion of the plasma torch cutting tip has an affect on the quality of the cut and the extent of the bevel of the cut.The easiest way to reduce bevel is by cutting at the proper speed and height for the material and amperage that is being cut.
Tip Size and Condition
The tip orifices focus the plasma stream to the work piece. It is important to use the correct size tip for the amperage being used, for example a tip with a 3/64" orifice is good for 0-40 amps whereas a 1/16" orifice is better for 40-80 amps. The low-amp tip has a smaller orifice which maintains a narrow plasma stream at lower settings for use on thin-gauge material. Using a 25 amp tip at an 60 amp setting will blow out and distort the tip orifice and require replacement. Conversely, using an 80-amp tip on the lower settings will not allow you to focus the plasma stream as well and creates a wide kerf. The condition of the tip orifice is critical to the quality of the cut result, a worn or damaged tip orifice will produce a distorted plasma stream resulting in a poor cut quality.
Electrode Condition
A fixed gap is established between the electrode and the inside of the cutting tip. Electrons arc across the gap, ionizing and super heating the air creating the plasma stream. The electrode contains an insert in the end made of a highly conductive material called hafnium. This insert erodes with use and develops a pit in the end of the electrode, when the pit becomes too much poor quality cuts will result and necessitate replacement of the electrode.
Air Pressure and Volume
Air pressure, flow rate and air quality are critical to quality plasma cutting and consumable life span. The required air pressure and volume can vary from model to model and the manufacturer will provide the specs. The CoreCut45 air pressure is pre-set at 75psi and requires a minimum of 6CFM The volume capacity of your compressor is important, if you have a small compressor with exactly the same rating as the plasma, then the compressor will run continuously when you are plasma cutting, a compressor with a l/min rating slightly higher than the plasma would be more adequate. If you are doing a lot of cutting, cutting thick plate (same air consumption but slower cut speeds = longer cut time) then choose a compressor at 1.5 to 2 times the plasma system requirement.
Air Quality
Good air quality is essential to quality plasma cutting and consumable life span. Compressors take in air at atmospheric pressure and increase the pressure and store it in a tank. Humidity in the air is condensed in the tank and in the airlines producing water, more so in humid environments. Moisture that forms in air lines has a tendency to condense into larger drops when the air pressure decreases as it is entering the plasma torch. When these droplets enter into the high temperatures (as much as 19832°f ) in the plenum of the torch, they immediately break down into oxygen and hydrogen, which alters the normal chemical content of air in the torch. These elements will then dramatically change the plasma arc which causes the torch consumable parts to wear very quickly, alters the shape of the nozzle orifice, dramatically affecting cut quality in terms of edge squareness, dross formation, and edge smoothness. Minimising the moisture in the air supply is absolutely critical to quality plasma cuts and longevity of consumable parts. As a minimum be sure to drain the receiver (tank) on the air compressor at least daily. Most air plasma systems from reputable manufacturers have an on board particulate filter and or a coalescing filter with an auto drain that will remove some moisture from the air supply. For home workshop and light industrial users the on board air filter is adequate. Most situations however will require additional filtration to prevent moisture from affecting the quality of the plasma cutter and in most cases it is recommended to install a sub micronic particulate filter that is designed to trap water through absorption. This style of filter has a replaceable filter cartridge that absorbs water and must be changed after it is near saturation, it should be installed close as possible to the air intake of the plasma cutter.
Technique Tips
  • It is easier to pull the torch through the cut than to push it.
  • To cut thin material reduce the amperage until you get the best quality cut.
  • Use the correct size tip orifice for the amperage being used.
  • For Straight cuts use a straight edge or cutting buggy as a guide. For circles, use a template or circle cutting attachment.
  • Check that the front end consumable parts of the plasma cutting torch are in good condition.
Starting a Cut
  • Hold the torch vertical at the edge of the work piece
  • Pull the trigger to start the pilot arc. The cutting arc will initiate when the torch tip is close enough to the work piece. Start cutting on the edge until the arc has cut completely through.
  • Then, proceed with the cut.
Hand Torch Cutting Technique
  • When cutting make sure that sparks are exiting from the bottom of the work piece.
  • If sparks are spraying up from the work piece, you are moving the torch too fast, or you don't have enough amps set.
  • Hold the torch vertical and watch the arc as it cuts along the line.
Piercing
  • Hold the torch at an angle to the work piece, pull the trigger to start the arc and slowly rotate it to an upright position.
  • When sparks are exiting from the bottom of the work piece, the arc has pierced through the material.
  • When the pierce is complete, proceed with cutting.
Safety Trigger Operation
The Plasma torch is supplied with the CORECUT45 machine and has a new design of safety trigger. Just pull back on the trigger whilst increasing your grip and you will feel the trigger move to the on position. When you release the pressure it will return to the off position.

 

CAUTION:

Only qualified technicians are authorized to undertake the repair of this Plasma cutter equipment. For your safety and to avoid Electrical Shock, please observe all safety notes and precautions detailed in the manual.
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