Move too slowly with your plasma cutter, and you'll wind up frustrated, like The molten metal blobs up, and clots as it cools. What you need for more intricate cuts, unless you're actual Iron Man, is a reliable way to sketch quickly and accurately. Because he's a wiz with a saw and drill, Wandel adapted designs for a wood router pantograph and married it to a plasma torch.
The woodworking here is really the star of the clip; if you like watching precision sawing in double-time, this is your jam. (You'd expect nothing less from .) As he explains in , he began with some silver maple boards he milled himself and set to work. He seems less than ecstatic with his plasma cutting skills using the machine—but give it time and I'm sure he'll improve. Everything else he touches does fine, and he's a big proponent of .