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    Help for first CNC Plasma design.
    I am new to the world of CNC.

    I want to build a 3000mm x 1500mm machine (effective work area).

    I would like to know:

    1- Where to see successful machines of these dimensions. (ideas, tips, mechanical drawings, plans, videos...). I've been looking in this forum but I couldn't find what I'm asking, maybe I didn't know how to search well.
    2- I intend to cut steel sheets from 1/8 " to 5/8" thick. What should be the speed range of the torch?
    3- What does RP mean?

    Thank you in advance for your help.

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    Default Re: Help for first CNC Plasma design

    RP in the CNC world generally means Rack & Pinion.



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    Default Re: Help for first CNC Plasma design

    Some recent ones here of a large table
    https://plasmaspider.com/viewtopic.php?f=203&t=31204

    Rod Webster
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    Default Re: Help for first CNC Plasma design

    thank you NSchlee.



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    Default Re: Help for first CNC Plasma design

    thanks RodW



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