Miller Spectrum 875 Auto-Line Plasma Cutter with 50 ft. Torch (907584001)

Miller Spectrum 875 Auto-Line Plasma Cutter with 50 ft. Torch (907584001)

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The Miller Spectrum 875 X-Treme Auto-Line Plasma Cutter with 50 ft. Torch packs provides plenty of power in a compact, 62 lb machine with a rated cutting capacity of 7/8 inch.

Ultra-Quick Connect
The Utlra-Quick Connect XT60 torch with an ergonomic handle to help prevent operator fatigue and a flexible cable that makes maneuvering a breeze.

Rated Cutting Capacity
The rated cutting capacity is based on traveling approximately 10 inches per minute to achieve a steady, precise cut. This is the key rating that should meet or exceed your typical cutting thickness requirements.

Ultra-Quick Connect Torch
Work cable offers the fastest plasma torch and work cable connection and removal in the industry.

Wind Tunnel Technology and Fan-On-Demand
Wind Tunnel Technology prevents abrasive dust and particles from damaging internal components. Fan-On-Demand cooling system operates only when needed. In dirty or dusty environments, this feature reduces the amount of airborne dust/dirt pulled through the unit

Auto-Line
Automatically connects the 875 Auto-Line to any primary input voltage from 208 - 575 volts single - or three-phase, 50 or 60 Hz.

Automatic Air Regulation
For end user convenience, the unit has no pressure gauge or manual regulator knob. The unit automatically adjusts the air pressure to the torch for optimum cutting and gouging. No adjustments necessary.

CNC/Robotic accessories and kits
Available to automate the Spectrum 875 with machine torch, remote start, ok to move, and voltage sensing. See accessories tab.

Can Be Powered by Miller Engine Drive/Generator
Can be powered by generator power at or above 10 kW (e.g. Bobcat) or equivalent competitive equipment

Auto-Refire Technology
Provides ultimate customer convenience by automatically controlling the pilot arc when cutting expanded metal or multiple pieces of metal. The pilot arc will switch in and out as fast as needed when cutting expanded metal and provides maximum power for cutting thicker metal—all automatically! No need for manual re-triggering which reduces user hand fatigue.

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