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Miller Spectrum 125C Plasma Cutter 907149

Code: 907149

Availability: Usually ships the next business day



Mfg Industrial Price: $1,340.00
Cyberweld Price: $1,072.00




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The Spectrum® 125C plasma cutter boasts a built-in piston-driven air compressor giving it an "out of the box, ready to cut" attitude. At about 40 pounds, its portability makes it an appealing option for HVAC, sheet metal applications, auto body repair, and the home hobbyist. Other convenient features include the patented Constant Pilot Arc Control which minimizes tip burnout, and a patent-pending In-Rush Current Control Circuit.



Process
  • Air Plasma Cutting

    Applications
    Plumbing
    HVAC Ductwork
    Auto Body
    Hobbyist

    Features
  • Built-in, heavy-duty compressor provides long life and superior airflow
  • 3-year warranty on power source; 1-year warranty on torch
  • Diagnostic lights for quick troubleshooting
  • In-Rush Current Control Circuit protects the unit in case of wrong voltage hook-up or overload
  • Patented Constant Pilot Arc Control minimizes tip burnout by eliminating the need to restart the arc at the beginning of each new cut
  • No high-frequency starts

    Miller Exclusives: Blow Back Torch Design - The plasma arc is created by pulling an electrical arc between an electrode and tip. This process eliminates high frequency by forcing an electrical arc between the two pieces. Pilot Arc Switch - The expanded metal mode allows operator to cut grates, chain link fence, and other perforated metals without retriggering the gun.

    Comes Complete With:
  • Built-in piston-driven air compressor
  • ICE-12C torch with 20 ft (6.1 m) cable
  • 15 ft work cable with clamp
  • 10 ft power cord
  • Extra consumables (2 electrodes, 2 tips)

    Specs



    This item ships Free via standard ground shipping within contiguous U.S.

  • Download Spectrum 125C Spec Sheet (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
    Download Spectrum 125C Spec Sheet (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)

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    By Dave from Flagstaff, AZ on December 14, 2012
    What's the thickest metal it will cut?
    By Customer Service on December 14, 2012

    Answer:
    The Miller Spectrum 125C Plasma Cutter 907149 could cut up to 1/4" thick at a very slow 5" per minute

    By dawna from Cliffside , North Carolina on October 19, 2012
    Will this plasma cutter cut 1" stainless stell plate?

    By Tim Gregg from Olympia, WA on September 22, 2013
    Hello,
    I am starting to look into purchasing a Plasma Cutter. Know little about them now. It looks like the least expensive ones need 3+ cfm of air at 75 psi. That is a lot of air, so I am a little skeptical that a Plasma Cutter with a built in air compressor can meet that demand. Please tell me the specs for the compressor that is built into this Plasma cutter, the cfm output and the maximum psi. Also, where is this unit manufactured and is the compressor built by Miller or a 3rd party.
    Thanks!
    Tim Gregg
    Olympia, WA
    By Customer Service on September 23, 2013

    Answer:
    The Miller Spectrum 125C Plasma Cutter 907149 is what we would consider a "sheet metal" machine.. It has a max cut of only 1/8" material thickness.It is kind of a niche machine for specific usages.. With the built in compressor it would allow the operator for example to take it up on a roof and cut duct work etc without dragging a air line up there..If your usage for this machine is 1/8' or less it will work very well for you.. Don't expect it to do jobs it was not designed to do..The compressor that is built into the machine is sourced by Miller

    By John Merkel from Fallbrook, CA on November 5, 2013
    I have read that with the Hobart plasma cutter if you accidentally hit the trigger you have to wait 5 to 10 seconds before you can use the machine to cut. Some people say it is to cool off the machine and others say it is so the compressor can refill. I don't know which, if either, is correct but it sounds annoying. Is it the same with the Miller that if you accidentally hit the trigger you have to wait 5 to 10 seconds before you can use it to cut?

    Secondly what are the differences between the Hobart and Miller plasma cutters? I would like to buy the Miller but I want to know why it is $350.00 better than the Hobart
    By Customer Service on November 6, 2013

    Answer:
    Hobart advises that when using the Hobart AirForce 250Ci Plasma Cutter 500534 if you accidentally hit the trigger and the compressor comes on all all you would need to do is simply tap the trigger one time which will reset the sequence and you can start cutting without waiting The Miller Spectrum 125C Plasma Cutter 907149 operates exactly the same.. Basically the two machines are the same except the Miller uses the Miller ICE 12C torch which while the Hobart uses the Hobart HP25 torch which is a less expensive model torch

    By mark cochran from missouri on March 23, 2014
    what are the limits on cutting thickness
    By Customer Service on March 24, 2014

    Answer:
    The Miller Spectrum 125C Plasma Cutter 907149 can cut up to approx. 1/8" thick

    By Tiffany from Minnesota on June 10, 2013
    Will this cut one eighth inch aluminum?
    By Customer Service on June 11, 2013

    Answer:
    If you plan to cut a lot of 1/8" aluminum than the Miller Spectrum 125C Plasma Cutter 907149 is probably not a good choice.. Generally when cutting aluminum with a plasma the rated cut is derated about 30%.. That would make the rated cut on aluminum approx. 5/64"


    Miller Spectrum 125C Plasma Cutter 907149
    $1,072.00
    5 Stars based on 3 Review(s)
    John
    Fallbrook, CA
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    need to practice
    January 24, 2014
    This cuts really well on 1/8 steel and will probably cut 3/16 as easily. I think plasma cutters require practice in order to get the speed of movement of the torch correct for each thickness of steel. It is not as easy as one would think to get the speed of movement correct. It is also a bit troublesome to go from cutting thin gauge to 1/8 or larger, you forget to slow down. I spent about 45 minutes practicing and at least now I know what I am doing wrong and what I have to learn. Other than mastering the speed with which you move the torch the rest of it is easy. Use the goggles that come with an oxy/acetylene outfit and you will have good vision of your cut line. Once mastered I think this is the best and easiest way to cut metal. It is a great machine.
    Pros:
    easy to use and care for
    Cons:
    no cons that practice doesn't cure

    kirby k
    tampa fl
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    plasma cutter 125c
    July 24, 2012
    works great for stainless steel kitchen equipment
    Pros:
    cuts everything i need
    Cons:
    none

    c teschke
    doniphan,mo
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    plasma cutter
    July 22, 2012
    works great i use it on car sheetmetal an around the garage!
    Pros:
    everything
    Cons:
    nothing




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