Is the PulseGraver underpowered for flair cutting?

mark_hickler

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I have been using the PulseGraver for about two years. It was my first powered system. It has been a great help. So I am not negative about what I have.
When I try flair cutting with a flat graver I wonder if it is under powered. Can anyone comment on the power of the PulseGraver to move metal vs an air system, especially Lindsay products.
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Tira

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I may be able to help you with the settings to be able to get more power from your PulseGraver. Please give me a call and I will help you to maximize your power. You can get a faster response and more power with some of the modes. My phone number is on my website.
 

mtlctr

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I’ve done some flair cutting with my Pulse graver. Silver & brass.
Ive taken full cutting edge sweeps with no problems.
Trying to hog a wide cut may take more than one pass depending on the metal you’re cutting. This is a machining principle .Hogging is a machining term it means taking too big a cut with the tool & speed and feed. It applies to ALL cutting tools.
so far my PG has exceeded my expectations . As a former h&c guy most of the time I’m trying to slow it down. Good luck,
kent
 

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