New DHC2 Table

  • Unique torch/tool holder.
  • 3 year limited warranty and free technical support.
  • Wide plasma torch compatibility.

Customer Reviews


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Jim, Crane Operator and Construction

The machine is a brilliant piece of work

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Mark, Custom Motorcycle Parts

It went together real easy. We had the machine together before my electrician could finish setting up my shop. We have a $300k laser machine, and I can make parts for people at about 10% of what it wo... more

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Billy, Custom Parts Manufacturer

My PlasmaCAM DHC has been great for custom work and rapid prototyping. It has really spoiled me. A ten year old could operate that machine. The other types of software I've seen leave a lot to be desi... more

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Gene, Inventions and Robotics

We use it to cut parts for the battle robots. We have them in Robotica and Battlebots.

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George, Metal Fabricator

I work for a fab shop that runs an expensive laser. They also got a PlasmaCAM machine and can do a lot with it that they can't do with the laser.

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Jerry, Welding Shop

PlasmaCAM service has been excellent. You guys really stand behind your product and have been a big help.

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Johnathan, Metal Art Studio

The smartest thing I ever did was buy this machine.

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Richard, Ornamental Gates

Prior to PlasmaCam my life was hell, I had all these visions and no way to carry them out. I now make Signs and Gates 16 foot long or more. I have had these same machine for 8 years and simply love it... more

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Jim, Plasma Cutter Manufacturer

No one else has software that can do what yours does. When I have people over to look at my machine, I always make their names into fonts and cut out signs for them. Compared to all other systems, you... more

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(232 votes cast)

Rob, Components Manufacturing

To me a stepper motor doesn't compare to a servo. If you miss a step you're in trouble. You have to overrate the stepper, and they're a pain to keep accurate.

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(189 votes cast)