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Hey all you mobile guys out there. Anyone have a computter and plotter in your unit? Any problems?

We are considering adding a highend mobile unit. Wouldn't want to do it without the big electronic helper.

Also anyone working under a pull out awning or even better a mobile unit you can drive a customers vehicle into.

I know it's big bucks but we feel if we're after the top of the market we have to show it.

Da Mayor.

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Hey all you mobile guys out there.  Anyone have a computter and plotter in your unit?  Any problems?

We are considering adding a highend mobile unit.  Wouldn't want to do it without the big electronic helper.

Also anyone working under a pull out awning or even better a mobile unit you can drive a customers vehicle into. 

I know it's big bucks but we feel if we're after the top of the market we have to show it.

Da Mayor.

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nope I can still afford my shop, but as soon as it gets cold again and the people stop commin in, :puter Ill pack it up and go on the road.

I think it would be easier with a pull behind trailer, cause then you could leave it set up but the bouncing would be :duck on the electronics

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I can imagine carrying something like that on board, and forget about what you have in your unit, and you speeed and have to break hard, or turn a left/right turn real hard, those things have to be strapped right for situations like that.

I wouldnt do it.

latters, film boxes, tools, stools, etc etc, would be in the way. and the messs that gets created with stuff that's left after a job, garbage bags. u know what im talking about.

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Guest ShadyKat

I use a plotter and can be mobile; I just cut the film ahead of time, clean it up and then pack it in PVC tubes. I also take extra film with me should I screw the pooch and have to hand cut a pattern. By scheduling appointments you really don?t need to take the plotter with you. With that said, I have a shot at getting all the film and PPF work at a local dealer, if that happens and things go well I may just purchase another plotter and leave it at the dealer. Then I will put my software on my laptop so I only have to carry it around. :blah

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I think the most important thing would be that you need to have wireless access to run the software. I dont know about your location but mine has so many dead zones it would never work. ShadyKat has a great point also. Did you think about how you would load the plotter I mean wouldnt you have to almost climb inside the truck or even setup a table how much time would that waste?

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