So, I’ve had this Yeswelder Cut-55DS for about 6 months, give or take. I did not have a proper 220 line in the shop to connect it to, just the 220 line I was using for my Clarke welder. Which was not a high enough amp, nor the right configuration plug. So, with the addition of my new MIG-205DS, which uses the same style plug as the CUT-55DS, I’ve ripped out the old 220 line, and replaced it with a new one to support my Yeswelder tools. SO! Today we’re finally trying out the CUT-55DS on 220 volts 50 amps.

I found that on 110, this cutter just kept popping breakers unless I had it turned waaay down. Which made it great for thinner materials, but that’s not what I need. I need to be able to cut thick steel in order to build the things I build. So now i’m finally testing what this machine can really do.

If you’re curious about the Yeswelder CUT-55DS, check out this video.

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