CrossFire PRO Electronics Guard Tools

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FireControl  [IHS/THC]

This project is ready to be cut on a CrossFire CNC Machine.
Input your own cut settings on download to customize this file for your specific project.


This is a guard I made to help keep some of the splashing water off the top of the drive box for the table. the cut file is made for 16ga ~27"x14"

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You may distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon this work, even commercially, as long as you credit Luke for the original creation.


2 years ago






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  • Donny Merrill - 2 years ago
    This is a great idea, thank you for sharing it. I look forward to cutting it out as soon as I can find some scrap 16 gauge.

  • Cathal Watters - 2 years ago
    THATElectronics box should not be attached to table at all my humble opinion......

    Luke (OP) - 2 years ago
    that's fine. I have never had any issues with it being mounted like this. until it does, I would prefer to have everything neat and tidy as designed.

    Curtis - 1 year ago
    I would agree, but they have a plastic spacer to avoid shorting the box. They designed it this way.

  • Cathal Watters - 2 years ago
    decent job though...

  • G B L - 2 years ago
    The table is moved around the shop a lot so the control box will be on the leg for a while. The file was very good, the only change I made was to rotate the part 90 degrees and substitute a side panel from a refrigerator as the stock!

  • Chris - 2 years ago
    Thanks for the file, just cut it out of 16 gauge and it came out perfect. 33 amp, 70 IPM, 0.5 sec delay with the RazorCut 45. Finished cut has almost zero dross, more of a bur than anything.

    KNPV-PSD - 1 month ago
    Hypertherm 85 with 45A nozzle. Downloaded at 270ipm cutting 14ga (all I had on hand) and came out perfectly.

  • scott - 1 year ago
    thanks for the download

  • Curtis - 1 year ago
    What size bolts are you using to mount? Are the sheet screws or did you drill all the way through the table?

    KNPV-PSD - 1 month ago
    What did you wind up using?

  • Larry Bjustrom - 9 months ago

  • Ronald Herring - 7 months ago
    Ron Thanks

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