Learn How To Build A DIY Plasma Cutting Pantograph!

DIY Plasma Cutting Pantograph

If you move too slowly with your plasma cutter, you’ll end up frustrated, pretty much likeĀ Matthias Wandel did.The molten metal blobs up and as it cools in clots as well.

What you really need is a reliable way to sketch accurately and quickly to get more intricate cuts.To solve the problem, Wandel decided to adapt designs for a wood router pantograph and marry it to a plasma torch.

If you like watching precision sawing in double-time, this is definitely your jam. The woodworking is the star of the clip. Wandel explains how he started off with some silver maple boards that he milled and set to work. The outcome is stunning – check out the video below!