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Plasma Cutting Welding Project Lawn Edger. Not wanting to spend 40 dollars on a lawn edger I decided to build one using scrap metal. For this project I used my new plasma cutter and MIG welder. The store bought lawn edger's that I looked at were flimsy and would bend easily with hand pressure. I fabricated mine using 1/8" plate and 1" black iron pipe. Its so rugged you could use it to split firewood! This was a fun and easy DIY welding project. In this video I explain the basics of how a plasma cutter works, what the consumables look like, how to change consumables and a handy chart to extend the life of your consumables.


  • Non-touch Pilot ARC:

    Pilot arc torch efficiently cuts though rough, painted, and rusty surfaces and produces minimal slag. Pilot arc technology allows you to cut without touching the tip to the metal. Better cutting quality and longer consumable life.
  • 1/2" Clean Cut: Max Rated Clean Cut Thickness: 1/2".Max Severance Thickness: 3/4".Our compact plasma cutter has a handle for portability and uses non-hazardous compressed air to cut stainless steel, alloy steel, mild steel, copper, and aluminum.
  • Dual Voltage: Automatic Dual Voltage / Dual Frequency (110 V/220 V 50/60Hz). Dual voltage capability allows the machine to run directly on 110 V 50/60 Hz power or on 220 V 50/60 Hz with the use of a power adapter.