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  1. Mad Ra88it
    03-20-2015 02:26 PM - permalink
    Mad Ra88it
    Hi Bill,

    I've contacted TM customer service a few times in the last month, email and phone... still with no reply. Is there a better number / email address that I should use in order to get a reply in under 30days?

  2. jimcolt
    01-23-2014 09:06 AM - permalink
    I see you edited my post with the word *****8) in it......you may want to check the post previous to it with the same word...and delete that one to be consistent!

    Jim Colt
  3. 1fine79
    12-27-2013 05:09 PM - permalink
    Here's a question I've been looking for an answer to....say you're getting ready to cut a part that is long and is set to cut horizontally on your sheet, but you realize that it would fit better to cut it vertically on the sheet. is there a way to rotate the part in torchmate 3 to cut vertically rather than horizontal without going back to TMcad and rotating and then re-importing the dxf file? Man I hope I explained that right!
    11-18-2012 05:33 PM - permalink
    Bill, Do you have a tech line still called no one pick-up i could only leave my phone number
    did it twice
  5. Torchmate
    06-25-2012 07:38 AM - permalink
    Odds are that your lead in's were too long to fit into the shape at the angle entered. Play with the angle and the length. Also, be sure to call our Customer Service group toll free at (866)571-1066. They can answer all of your technical support questions.
  6. Legacy53
    06-23-2012 01:46 PM - permalink
    How do I edit a tool path? The program tells me that it failed to create som of the lead ins. I have in the past been able to someway click on the lead in, and drag it to a spot so it works, but am unable to figure out what exactly it was I did. Any Ideas?

  7. Torchmate
    04-27-2012 12:47 PM - permalink
    All of our gantry kits come with plans and instruction for building the table itself. A 5x10 Torchmate X Gantry Kit runs about $12k. I would suggest that you give a call to our sales department at 866-571-1066 and they can put together a quote for you with whatever bells and whistles you want. There are many options depending on what you want to do in the long term.
  8. morris_cj5
    04-21-2012 08:21 AM - permalink
    I'm looking at a 5x10 Torchmate X gantry system. I will build my own table. Could you give me a price on the 5x10, and if I buy it would you supply either plans or some useful ideas for building my table? I'm sure there are do's and don't to the table that maybe I wouldn't think of. Thanks much.
  9. Torchmate
    12-21-2011 03:00 PM - permalink
    Same drive system, same performance, just bigger. At this point the plan is to be at KOH. I think that the details are still being worked out.
  10. chancefield04
    12-20-2011 12:54 PM - permalink
    I'm getting ready to buy a CNC plasma. What's the difference between the 2x4 and the 4x4 bolt together besides the obvious size difference. Also will y'all be at KOH?

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