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It’s Garrett Strong here with makemoneywelding.com and today I want to show you what the Longevity Forcecut 40D plasma cutter can do!

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I recently got a Longevity Forcecut 40D for hobby use, and after using it I’ve got some great things to share about this machine.

To start with, one of my favorite features about this machine is the power it packs in such a small package.

forcecut-40d-mainI’ve been used to using my oxy acetylene torch to cut metal so I was honestly blown away at how easy it was to cut through mild steel just by pulling the trigger.

If you’re in the market for a plasma cutter then you’ve seen the prices, and you know that they aren’t cheap.

One of the things I’ve come to learn about Longevity is that their prices are very affordable, yet they provide solid equipment.

I own a Longevity MIG weld 140 already and I’m very satisfied with the performance.longevity welders banner

Does this mean that everybody who wants a plasma cutter should immediately run out and buy a Longevity Forcecut 40D?

No, but if you’re a hobbyist who wants a plasma cutter without spending a ridiculous amount of money then I would definitely check out the Longevity Forcecut 40D.

Why choose Longevity though?

Because for much cheaper than buying a Miller Plasma Cutter, Hobart Plasma Cutter, Lincoln Plasma Cutter, Hypertherm Plasma Cutter, or other brand you can have a solid plasma cutter that will last you for years to come.

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So, before you rush out and buy a Longevity Forcecut 40D read this comparison between the Miller Spectrum 375 and the Longevity Forcecut 40D plasma cutter.

So, let’s take a look at a side-by-side comparison of the two plasma cutters.

Longevity Forcecut 40D Vs. Miller Spectrum 375

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Features:

Pilot Arc Technology: Yes

Amp Cutting Range: 14-40 Amps

Input Voltage: 115/220 VAC

Post Flow Cooling Circuit: Yes

Cutting Capacity: 1/2″

Warranty: 5 Year Warranty

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Miller Spectrum 375 X-TREME

Features:

Pilot Arc Technology: Yes

Amp Cutting Range: 14-27 Amps

Input Voltage: 115/220 VAC

Post Flow Cooling Circuit: Yes

Cutting Capacity: 5/8″

Warranty: 5 Year Warranty

Price: $1,490.00

The Longevity Forcecut More Affordable

So, as you have seen the Longevity Forcecut 40D is more affordable than the Miller Spectrum 375 yet it offers all the same features!

If you want to spend twice as much for a plasma cutter then you can easily go buy a more expensive plasma cutter, but why?

If you’re a hobbyist like me then the Longevity Forcecut 40D is more than enough to satisfy your needs.

Plus, keep in mind that Longevity is a worldwide brand, and trusted by manufacturing companies, construction companies, welding instructors, shipyards, the military, and of course the home hobbyist, farms & ranches, and the automotive enthusiast.

They are a leader in the welding & cutting industry, and are featured at events such as Fabtech.

So, I hope you enjoyed this Longevity Forcecut 40D plasma cutter demonstration.

You can’t go wrong if you’re looking for a great plasma cutter, but you don’t want to pay a bunch for one.

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Thanks,

Garrett Strong


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