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Thread: LP-40D Longevity Plasma Cutter Reviews

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    LP-40D

    I was happy to find the box on my porch when I came home about noon today! It took me about 45 minutes (that included a trip to the hardware store for the plug) to get it up and running. Gave her a test drive across some sheet metal and am very happy with the result. Am looking forward to cuttin' alot of stuff up!
    Strube1369
    (Retired) professional firefighter. Amateur everything else I try to do...
    and I do some of it with:
    Longevity MIGWELD 140 yeah baby!
    Longevity LP40
    , <------ oh yeah!
    Mig: Century 80, Clarke 150EN
    O/A setup
    Lincoln 225 tombstone
    grrrrrinders, bench and ra
    hf drillpress, and files! and pliers! and hammers! and and - OK, whew, got that out of my system!
    Oh yeah: GO BIG RED! (Now one of the 14 members of the REALLY Big 10 cuz we left the 10 members of the Big 12)

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    Re: LP-40D

    Glad to hear you are up and running. Can't wait to see some project photos.

    Dan
    Units owned Longevity PROmts 200

    Force Cut LP80 plasma cutter
    Longevity auto dark welding helmet

    Atlas 10x36" lathe
    Craftsman 5HP 30 Gal compressor
    Home made CNC router/plasma/hot wire foam cutting, 3D printing table powered by Longevity Force Cut LP80
    Home built aluminum foundry, HF 4x6 bandsaw

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    Re: LP-40D

    Good to hear of your sucess!!!

    keith
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    Re: LP-40D

    I am real interested to find out how it works out for you
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