AlphaCut AHP60: A reliable Dual Voltage Plasma Cutter Review

Like other AHP plasma cutter, ALphaCut AHP60 is a reliable welding tool that offers good value for money.

When you buy this plasma cutter, you will not wonder why you paid for it.

AlphaCut AHP60
AlphaCut AHP60 60Amp plasma cutter 110v / 220v Dual Voltage
4.34.3 / 5
The AlphaCut AHP60 does not come with the ostentatious features often found in high-end models, the product has proven itself reliable for day to day use.

ALPHACUT AHP60 FEATURES

The cutting machine has both a 220V and a 110V powering option.

So, making the switch from one voltage setting to another simply requires you to flip a button.

AHP AlphaCut 60 60 Amp plasma cutter
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The AlphaCut AHP60 also features a Continuous Pilot Arc feature for cutting expanded, rusted and painted metals.

Additionally, users can expect a 60% duty cycle while Alpha Cut 60’s current is at 60 amps.

The cutting power of this tool is quite impressive for a product in its price range.

The AHP AlphaCut 60 can cut through thick metal with considerable ease, something you would expect of much pricier alternatives.

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Replacement parts are easy to come by with this product.

So, using AHP plasma cutter on a regular basis will not be a pain as is often the case with some market alternatives.

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In addition to having a commendable amount of cutting power, the cutter also provides clean cuts.

This should impress anyone looking to use AHP plasma cutter for basic yet professional looking metal cutting.

Because of tis blow back start and a pilot arch feature, it is very easy to get this machine going.

For the same reason, maintaining an arc while you cut is pretty easy.

The dual voltage power supply option makes the Alpha Cut 60 more versatile.

AlphaCut AHP60
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Also, this does not lock out any users who might have a 110V power source and not a 220V power source and vice versa

When connected to a 110V power supply, the AH60 does not have as much strength as it does when running on 220V power.

Even while having what is clearly a good quality product, in some instances, the company’s customer support leaves something to be desired.

COMPARING ALPHACUT AHP60 WITH SIMILAR ITEMS

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2
3
PowerPlasma 50S
AHP AlphaCut 60
Hobart 500566 Airforce 40i
3.43.4 / 5
4.44.4 / 5
4.84.8 / 5
Voltage110/220v Dual Voltage110v / 220v DUAL VOLTAGE240V
Amps25-50A60A50A
TypeIGBT inverterDesignIBGTInverter
TorchiPT 60 torch with 15ft lead IPT-60 with 20ft leadXT40R torch with 12ft lead
Compressor requiredYesYesYes
Minimum Compressor (CFM)5.0 CFM (72-75PSI)5.5 CFM (70 PSI)4.8 CFM (90-120 PSI)
Cutting/SeveranceCutting: 3/4″ (19.05mm) 8-12 ipm
Severance: 15/16″ (24mm) ~3 ipm
Cutting: 3/8″
Severance: 1″ max
Cutting: 5/8″(9ipm)
Severance: 7/8″(3ipm)
Duty Cycle60% 50A/100V for 240V
60% 25A/90V for 120V
60%50% (40A)
CNC CapableYesNoYes

RECOMMENDATION

AlphaCut AHP60
AlphaCut AHP60 60Amp plasma cutter 110v / 220v Dual Voltage
4.34.3 / 5
The AlphaCut AHP60 does not come with the ostentatious features often found in high-end models, the product has proven itself reliable for day to day use.

Being easy to use, moderately priced, and basic in its performance; this AlphaCut AHP60 model is best suited to welders and metalworkers.

Due to the lack of many handy features, the tool might not offer the versatility that artists and designers would need.

The Bottom Line

The AlphaCut AHP60 Plasma cutter is a solid welding tool with proven performance.

Its results are pretty good given its price. Therefore, general metal cutting should be easy with this AHP product.

Also, even though this Alpha plasma cutter does not come with the ostentatious features often found in high-end models, the product has proven itself reliable for day to day use.

The three-year warranty offered on the machine is also proof that you can use for quite a while without running into grave usability issues.

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