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    Well in the face of building a cnc plasma cutting table, I can maybe just buy a cheap one. I mean they aren't that bad. And if I supply my own plasma cutting tool, they are even cheaper. What do you guys think of this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdsCEx_YaJk&t=

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    The only thing holding me back at this time is a place to put this. Or i would already have it: https://store.langmuirsystems.com/pr...BoCxDMQAvD_BwE

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    looks good :-)

    Seems weird only having the gantry supported at the one end - but guess it's not a problem.

    But for under $2000 - with the extras, seems like a good buy to me.

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    I need a sponsor. Or a silent investor. Or even friends that live close by and share in my interests and visions that can share in the cost. And i can find the freedom in fabrication that i so desperately seek. Have you seen this man's youtube channel, CA? I can't get enough of this Colin Furze. I can only dream of being so free to create: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QT8QkEK0X8U&t=

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    In fact the very first project I have planned for this cutting and welding cart is this inset metal brake from this video right here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ggy1DHwAh_0

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    you are aware of what you do for a living, right ?

    How is fabrication equipment not both a genuine business expense and a valid piece of cost reducing equipment.

    Now what you do with that equipment out of hours - that's your business :-)

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