If you are looking for a plasma cutter with a built-in air compressor, then this is where we have all those listed for sale, that you could possibly want.
You can also go to a bunch of other pages, where we specifically have those listed that we either consider portable because of their dimensions and how much they weigh, and yet some pages are dedicated to the plasma cutters that specifically have a pilot arc.
With regards to the built-in air compressors, some of the most popular versions include the following from manufacturers such as Hypertherm, Hobart and Miller, as well as others.
- Hypertherm Powermax 30 Air
- Hobart Airforce 250ci
- Hobart AirForce 40i
- Miller Spectrum 625 X-Treme
- Hypertherm Powermax 45
Feeling overwhelmed? We get it! There’s so much information for you to consider, why we have created the easy-to-use comparison chart that will allow you to select the features you have been looking for, and see the specs for each machine that has those exact features.
The Hobart AirForce 40i plasma cutter is a really great plasma cutter from the renowned manufacturer, Hobart. In addition, it is also just one step above the AirForce 27i, that we also offer on this site for you.
At a 50% duty cycle, this is a strong machine able to cut 7/8 mild steel, and doing so a lot faster than with the use of oxy fuel, and without the headache of using oxy fuel which requires you to manage all the various settings.
It also has a fan that will only run as needed, which keeps your machine from getting excess dust and other things running through it, while being powered with 120 or 240 volt.
Make sure to watch our review of the machine to see what you can expect if this is the machine you decide to go with. At 21 pounds, it is not the most portable plasma cutter you can find, but it can run up to 40 amps and provide the necessary power to cut 5/8 clean, or sever 7/8 steel. These are the reasons why it’s a go-to choice for the person who cannot afford to have to deal with the issues of a cheap machine, and do some industrial work. The previous version was 31 lbs, so this marks a significant improvement with the new design.
One of the more affordable plasma cutters on the market under $1,000, the Hobart AirForce 12ci is a great plasma cutter for people looking an option with a built in air compressor.
It is important to mention that this machine does not have a pilot arc, if that is a feature you know that you will come to love, or have been recommended to get. If you want that feature, you can click the link that we included.
Standing at 31 pounds, this is a very portable option to go with. it is, however, important to think about the fact that this is a cheaper model, and with it comes more limitations than if you were to go for another Hobart model like the AirForce 27i.
Check out our video review of this machine so you can see what to expect if this is the option you choose to go with.
If you’re planning on cutting mild steel up to 1/4 inch, this could be the model you’re looking for from a name in the industry that you can trust. It also has the advantage of cutting faster than using oxy fuel. It’s a nice entry into the market with longer-lasting XT tips, if you’re not a fan of having to worru about the various settings of oxy cutting, such as gas settings, metal pre-heating and flame tuning.
There are many different users across the internet that will absolutely swear that getting a plasma cutter with a pilot arc is a necessity – that is why we have listed all the models we have for sale on this page.
You can find a variety of models with this feature like the Lotos models (LTP5000D, for instance), while it is a feature that will be significantly more normal for higher end machines. The Lotos model we mentioned, however, is a good cheap option to consider if you’re a DIY wanting to work on different projects.
You should also know that you probably will not want to go back when you start using a plasma cutter with a pilot arc. That is how much we believe you will love the feature!
The Cut-50 is another option that has a pilot arc on the much cheaper end, but you should also know that you will not want to get that option unless your needs are extremely limited.
If you check the various communities online, you will probably come across more than a handful of people that have mentioned that they ended up being too cheap when they bought a plasma cutter, and now they’re just waiting for someone to buy it off of them.
The Lotos LTP5000D plasma cutter is one of the most popular plasma cutters that we have for sale which is a great cheap option, perfect for people with budgets under $500, while still providing a great bang for your buck.
This Lotos model is one that will stand up to most things you throw at it, although you may have to go with a more substantial option if you have your own shop that you’re working out of, offering professional services.
At the price, this is definitely the machine we recommend with the next substantial upgrade coming from you choosing the Hobart AirForce 27i machine, which will also cost you substantially more.
This is a great pilot arc plasma cutter, if that’s what you’re looking for, and it’s both portable and powerful, making it easy to maneuver with if you’re often on the move. This machine additionally comes with a dual frequency and automatic voltage, meaning both 110/120v and 22/240v – could you ask for anything else?
Looking for something that cuts a clean 1/2 inch cut? This is the model, although it can cut as much as a 3/4 inch severance cut also.
The Hobart AirForce 27i is one of the very popular plasma cutters offered by the renowned manufacturer by the same name, Hobart. While it does cost more than the AirForce 12ci, it also provides significantly more power, while being a slightly more affordable model than the AirForce 40i.
While we don’t want to sell you a model that is significantly more cutting power, and more expensive than what you’re after, it’s also important to realistically think about what you will be using it for, and how often you plan on using it, too. If you got a lot of needs, a cheap model may just end up annoying you more than it helps you.
However, we don’t want you to get a model that costs you so much more than what it would need to cost you and still get the power that you need.
This is additionally a multi-voltage machine allowing you to use either 120V or 240V, with cutting abilities as large as 5/8 for mild steel severed cuts, or clean 3/8 mild steel cuts.
If you’re a person who does not want to spend a lot of time cleaning up your cut, this can be a great choice for you.
Welcome to the page where you’ll find all the Hobart plasma cutters we have for sale, including the 250ci, 40i, airforce 12ci, 27i, 250a, 700i, Airforce 400, 500i. These are the most requested model for that manufacturer.
Hobart Welders is a name you can count on when it comes to plasma cutters, whether you want a cheaper option, or you’re going for a more expensive option.
As we get further along with this site, we are also going to be including video reviews of Hobart’s various plasma cutters in order to give you the comprehensive overview of what the different models are able to do for you and your project needs.
When you choose a Hobart machine, you are not buying some random machine from a company that you don’t know whether will be around tomorrow. Rather, you’re buying something that you know will last you a very long time, with the various features you’re looking for. Among them are many various 110v or 120v plasma cutters, if that’s what you’re looking for, at the price that best fits your budget.
You can also find some with built in air compressors. We also have specific pages for both Everlast, Thermal Dynamics, Lincoln Electric, Lotos, and other plasma cutter manufacturers for you to choose from.
Are Lotos plasma cutters the best cheap options we have for sale here on this site? We think so, and we hope you’ll take the time to review the video where we’re showing you why we think so.
There’s a plasma cutter out there for everyone, and it’s not everyone that needs a shop grade piece of equipment because they are going to be using it every single day. While you’re not getting a machine that comes with the Hobart name, like the AirForce 27i, you’re getting a machine that will handle the absolutely vast amount of different projects you could throw at is your average DIY person.
Got some heavier projects in mind, or are you sure whether or not this will be enough for your various needs? We invite you to study the various specs provided. There are many different cheap versions out there, and even some that are cheaper than this, but if you’re looking for a plasma cutter with a budget under $500, the LTP5000D is the machine we’ll recommend, which is a great pilot arc model.
Are you still considering a more expensive model, then we suggest you visit our Lincoln, Thermal Dynamics or Hobart pages, as they have great models too.
Lincoln Electric makes great plasma cutters, and all the ones we have available for sale on this site have been listed here to easily give you an overlook, make sure that you’re getting exactly the model that you want that best serves your needs, since they come at different price points. Some of the most popular, different Lincoln plasma cutters include the following models: The Tomahawk 625 k2807, the Pro-Cut 55, the Tomahawk 375, the Pro-Cut 25, the Pro-Cut 60, the Tomahawk 1000 and the Lincoln P20 (or Plasma 20).
When it comes to CNC plasma cutters, they also have different versions including the Torchmate 4400 and the Torchmate 4800, which you will be able to find on this page when they end up being offered.
Many of their plasma cutters are additionally very portable, with different options in terms of voltage, including 110 volt. Whether you’re looking for a plasma cutter under $500 or under $1,000, you can simply set the filters. If you’re looking for something with more capacity, we’re also offering that.
If you’re unsure about the various aspects that you may be interested in, we encourage you to consult our comparison chart of all the various models available on the market.
This page includes all the Thermal Dynamics plasma cutters we have for sale on this site, including the Victor Cutmaster 52, 42, 38, 50, 51, 152, 81, and more. Many of these are significantly higher end machines than if you’re going for a more simple plasma cutter.
ESAB and their Thermal Dynamics line were the first to invent the modern plasma electrode, as well as creating incredible performance in a machine, while still making it light-weight and portable. Everything you could possibly want when you have very extensive metal cutting needs. Looking for some incredible power per pound that you simply won’t find with a cheap manufactured product? Here’s the power to rise above and beyond.
While these machines may seem pricey at first, there are so much savings for you to get from their incredible performance. Compared to a Hypertherm HPR XD, using O2, for mild steel with a 1 inch plate, while you’re able to cut 1,000 feet every 8 hours, at an energy cost of $0.07 per kWh, and gas cost of $5 per 100 ft3, they’re calculating that you may save an $4,500 every single year, with lower downtime.
This is unprecedented quality in a plasma cutter, for the serious pro.