The Z is a beautiful piece of work. It has a floating head design with the sensing micro switch included and built in to the back side of the torch mount.
The torch mount can be removed with a couple of screws and you can install a Porter Cable Trim router. This is a nice included option at no extra charge that allows the table to pull double duty.
We will work on a review of this option after we get the plasma running.
We hope to try out some of the other options from Precision Plasma like their pneumatic plate maker and their rotary tube cutter option. These are down the road a bit but its nice to know that this table has options and you do not have to try and band-aid upgrades.
Our Powermax 65 shipped with the gear rack assembly on the machine torch. There was no need for that gear rack sleeve on the torch for this application. Two remove it you have to do some simple disassembly which is covered in the Hypertherm manual. This is the perfect time to slide the torch end through the cable carriers.
It is possible to open the slats of the carrier but this is much easier and since we had to take the torch apart to remove the rack it was perfect timing.
Stainless Trays & Igus carriers
The machine torch is mounted and the lead has been routed through the carriers.
If your looking for a well built easy to assembly table that is budget friendly Precision Plasma iplasma table is the way to go.