PlasmaCAM Machine Reviews

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Robert, Machine Operator

I've never assembled a machine that went together this nice. It's well-made.

Heather, Custom Woodworks

We love the machine. In fact, we're buying 2 more.

Jim, Plasma Cutter Manufacturer

The Plasma Cam is just incredibly good, easy to learn cnc cutting software. It is probably the easiest to learn Cad/Cam package on the planet.

Jose, Plasma Part Cutting

I've made more money in the last 3 months with my PlasmaCAM than I did the entire year as a lawyer.

Jim, Artistic Ironwork

You do a big disservice in the video by not emphasizing the quality of the table design and construction. From the moment we got it we were impressed; it went together like a glove. We watched the video several times and thought for sure we'd have to add more to the construction of the table. It exceeded our expectations by far.

John, Plasma Cutter Manufacturer

I looked at some holes cut by your machine. I know people who have paid $80K to $120K for a machine to get holes like that. Many times the holes aren't even that good.

Cecil, Government

I had a project in which I may have had a need for the PlasmaCAM. I did a lot of research and emailing owners found all over the web - unbiasly. Everyone liked there machine that I talked to.

Diane, Ornamental Ironwork

You've done a really good job at making the manual user friendly.

(Photos) Chris, Hot Rods

Currently we build over 60 different year make and model frames and chassis for Hot Rods, Muscle Cars and Custom cars as well as do complete turn key builds and I will just tell you that the Plasmacam is our lifeline.

Just about every part we make is cut on the machine even our frame rails. I don't know how we ever got anything done without it. Our productivity went through the roof with the addition of the machine and took us to a different level of quality. Actually thinking about adding a second machine soon.

Robert, High School Principal

Our school received a $28,640 grant and made headlines for a program called Entrepreneurship and Manufacturing Ideas Into Action that centers around using PlasmaCAM machine.

We cross-train students from the business education department and from the metals fabrication department. The students set up a manufacturing business to sell their products to the community.

One of the products manufactured is metal yard signs in the shape of a bulldog, which is the school mascot. The bulldog signs are designed by the students in the program and can be personalized.