If you have ever tried to cut metal in your home shop with nothing more than a hack-saw, or your rusty old tin snips, you know there has to be an easier way, right? You bet there is!
Not that there is anything wrong with that hack-saw of yours, but in this short “varticle” (that’s my new term for Video/Article), we will take an inside and close up look at 7 easy ways how-to cut metal in your home shop.
And when I say, ‘take a look’, that is exactly what this “varticle” is all about.
So let’s not waste any more time with this chitter-chatter, click on the video below and take a look:
Home Metal-Shop Tips 101: 6 Easy Ways How To Cut Metal
So here it is again, in written form – 6 Easy Ways How-to Cut Metal
- 4 1/2″ Angle Grinder w/ Abrasive Cut-off Disc
- 14″ Abrasive Cut-off Saw
- 4 1/2″ Metal Cutting Band-saw
- Tin Snips
- 18 gauge Electric Sheer
- Oxy-Acetylene Gas Cutting Torch
And yes, you are correct. The title of this ‘varticle’ is 7 easy ways how-to cut metal.
So what is number 7 you ask?
Now that is easy…and it goes like this!
A few months ago, a good friend of mine, Zeev Glozman, came to visit. Because Zeev knows how much I enjoy working with tools, he decided to bring along some of his hard-working and faithful, Miller welding equipment.
One of the tools Zeev brought on his recent visit to my home shop was his Miller 625 Extremem Plasma Cutter.
Click on the image below to see the #7, and perhaps the easiest way of all to cut metal.
So there you go, 7 Easy Ways How-to Cut Metal brought to you by me, Mitchell Dillman.
Hope you have enjoyed your time here. And be sure to leave any questions or comments in the space provided.
Now, go and get yourself a Miller 625 Extremem Plasma Cutter, I hope I will!
P.S. And if you want to see some of these tools in ACTION…go to: www.lfe.com I will see you there!