Core isn’t what I expected. I can’t cut just one side of a vehicle, it automatically will transfer two front windows to the cutting board when I only click on one. That I don’t know how to change. So it’s a real pain in my rear. It has my plotter were it sucks film back in as soon as it starts cutting probably 6” or until it rolls off the plotter backwards. Heck precision cut 3 or 4 is better but still has horrible patterns. I almost want to call solar guard lol they used to have the best software on the market.
Getting started = yes, that part is simple. If you have good work ethic and a talent for the business then you should be able to get started. Maybe not at the first place you go to but somebody, somewhere is needing help. Whether or not you fit the bill for them or this type of work is yet to be seen.
No it's not that simple once you get started. Other than cleaning up and prepping for the installer (which you can still do damage at this point ) , the reality of the situation will set in when you get into working with tools and on cars that aren't yours and are expensive to fix. Scratching glass, cutting rubbers, burning panels are all things that "might" happen and you don't want to be dealing with that on your own recourse.
Pay attention and have patience and be careful on this journey and you will be fine.
Try to put film on glass before you know what the tools do You won't make it.
Hey I’m 22 and currently live in Vegas and wondering what is the best way to get started tinting? Should I go shop to shop and see if they’re taking on apprentices, or on my off days just start practicing on my car or old beaters I can find until I feel comfortable enough to charge and start from there?