So you’re thinking about CNC Plasma Cutters (also called Plasma Tables) and you’re wondering what you might make with one. Here’s a bunch of ideas to get the juices flowing.
Turn an old saw into artwork…
House number with brushed and rusted finishes…
A sign for your teenage daughter’s bedroom…
Nicely made fire pit…
Plasma cut patio wall sconce…
Nicely made gate…
Cute design for a garden gate…
You get the idea pretty quickly what can be done with a CNC Plasma Table. A lot of this could also probably be done with a CNC Router given a large enough table. The biggest challenge there is most of these projects are done in mild steel while typically CNC Routers will have spindles that go too fast for mild steel. Still, the projects could be done in aluminum or possibly in wood or plastics.
What do you build with your plasma table? We’d love to see some pictures!
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1)im very interested… but i cant see if G wizard is also suitable for cnc plasma
2) what is the price of the G wizard software for plasma cutting?
Johan, yes, you can use G-Wizard Editor for plasma cutters. More details on the product home page here: