This is the $220 full-size replica of the Plasma Cutter from the first Dead Space and the slightly more expensive $240 Dead Space 2 version which comes with both horizontal and vertical cutting modes. They have rechargeable batteries which power the realistic “3-blast spot” lighting and even come packed in a heavy-duty metal briefcase so you know they mean business. There are things you must consider before buying a plasma cutter, as many are very different and it’s hard to know what qualities to prioritise. It also depends on what environment you’ll be using the plasma cutter in, and why you’re using one. Welding Insider lists the things you need to consider when buying a plasma cutter if you need more information on this. If you’re unsure of what plasma cutters are, they cut through electrically conductive materials by using an accelerated jet of hot blasts of plasma. These materials can include but are not limited to, aluminium, stainless steel and copper. Cutting these materials is essential for some lines of work, and being metals, they obviously need something with force to cut them. It can be hard finding plasma cutters on the market that are cheap given the line of work they are used for. However, you can buy a budget plasma cutter at Welding Insider with all the advice that’s offered. If you’re unsure how to use a plasma cutter, it’s advised you do a bit of research first as handling one can be fairly dangerous. Safety always comes first.