The New Compatible Plasma Cutter List

A Low Frequency start Plasma cutter is required for the ArcDroid™ to function properly
All cutters below have been tested by us or confirmed by Users. There may be more Please add your experience in the comments below.

NOTE: When searching for your own Plasma cutter Pilot Arc does NOT equal low frequency start.

  • Everlast PowerPlasma 52i/62i and 82i 256Si and 164 Si Three in one

  • Hypertherm Powermax 30i (Air), 30XP 45,45XP, 65/65 Sync 85/85 Sync (all in the Powemax & Sync series should work)

  • Hypertherm Powermax 380, 600, 1000, 1250 (All other older Powermax Should work)

  • Harbor Freight Titanium 45 and 65

  • Lincoln Tomahawk 375/625/1000 and 1500

  • Princess Auto Propoint 30 and Propoint 60 and Propoint 80

  • Miller Spectrum 375/625/ 625 X-treme/701/875 and 2050

  • Razorweld Razorcut 30/45

  • Jasic Cut 45/60 and 80

  • Hobart Airforce 40i Airforce 400i/500i and 700i

  • HTP MicroCut 600, MicroCut 45 DV

  • Hynade CUT60DN and CUT80NP (Note most other Hynayde models are HF)

  • PrimeWeld Cut 60 (NOTE: We can no longer recommend this Unit as several users have reported Damage to their ArcDroid electronics )

  • Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 30/38/42/52/60i/81/102

  • Lotos LTP5500CNC, LTP7500CNC (Note most other Lotos models are HF)

  • Unimig Razor Cut 40 Air ViperCut 30, RAZOR™ CUT 45, RAZOR™ CUT 80

  • Esab Power Cut 900 and 1300

  • Cigweld CutSkill 35/45/60

  • Telwin Superior 70

  • 𝗔𝗥𝗖𝗙𝗢𝗡𝗬 CUT53N Pro CNC (Note Other ArcFony models are not compatible)


I use an Everlast 256SI. This is a 3 in 1 machine (Stick, TIG, Plasma cutter). No issues.

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I just bought a PrimeWeld Cut 60 and waiting on my ArcDroid to arrive. I’ll test for interference and post results here when I get it.


One to add to your list is the CIGWELD Cutskill 45 for Australian users
Need to tap into trigger


I use the Everlast 164Si multi process plasma/Tig and stick welder with no problems so far
Just had to wire to the trigger because it dose not have a designated cnc port on the machine

Hi, I just set up my Arcdroid today. I’ve got a Telwin plasma cutter, model “Superior 70”. I just wired into the trigger and it works perfectly. Another one for the compatibility list.

@Blackgt350h let me know how that goes. Still working some kinks out on mine

You can add the “YesWelder FIRSTESS CT2050” to that list.


I talked to PrimeWeld and they told me that machines made before 2022 had issues. The new machines work fine according to PrimeWeld. You can tell if you have the new model if your CNC connector is located near the top. If you have problems call PrimeWeld. Those guys a great and will help you through any problems.


Thats is awesome thank you. I will check that in the morning

I have a PrimeWeld Cut 60 so far no interference

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I hopefully going to take the plunge into cnc plasma soon.

I’m hoping to go with an RTech cuter as I have two of their welders already. Their customer service and warranty are the reason.

I have heard that the arc droid doesn’t like HF cutters, are people using HF cutters without issues?

This is what I was planing to use. It’s used with cancer tables here without issue. Is the arc droid more sensitive?

Will the Primeweld Cut50D work?

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That machine (Primeweld Cut50D) is high frequency start, so it’s not supported. Only blowback start machines are compatible with CNC as the high frequency causes issues with electronics.


Unimig Viper Cut 30 Mk2.
Works out of the Box.
CNC port pins 3 and 4 for trigger.
Also can do 50:1 voltage for THC.

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I have a Thermal Dynamics cutmaster 102, is this compatible with arcdroid?

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My Primeweld Cut60 is working fine with my Arcdroid as well.

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My PrimeWeld Cut60 is working great.

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this is the same plasma cutter we have and i cannot find any info online to show me if its an HF.

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