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    Welding with water - Multiplaz

    Interesting little machine...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2pJ-w_tZySY
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    Ive seen water plasma be used to strip organic polymers before. It was chosen because it wasn’t aggressive to the substrate like other options.

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    That's a lot of slag on the off side of the cut...so far it looks like one of those just because you can do it doesn't mean you should do it sort of things...
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    $2100 Canadian,,
    how much is that US,, about $300,,,

    No, that system is not for me,,
    it is OK if you are fixing car bodies,, I doubt you will do much thicker with any true strength,,,

    and,, that "plasma" cutting is painfully S L O W !!,,,
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