Originally Posted by dakuda
I use a plasma cutter in my garage with 220 without an issue. You should be fine. Just use the right plug.
But Dakuta, you make it sound like all plasma cutters and all "220" lines are the same, and only the "plug" matters.
This could not be more misleading. The circuit ampacity and conductors are the most important thing. Then you have to consider the draw of the tool or appliance. Is it within the limits of the circuit.
Also you need to consider if it is straight 240v, as in the case of a welder, compressor or most tools. Or is it 120/240v as in the case of a dryer or range.