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Guest jakestint

Ive always done it by hand and looking to buy a machine to speed up the process.

Any opinions on a certain cutters.

New to the board but not the business. ............Tint Tek ????

I need some honest opinions.

Thanks!!

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Guest AndyCook
for a large business, a machine will be worth the investment, but for garage small/part time weekend tinters (like me) I think it would still be more cost effective to use manual cut.

very true I have a film handler but 50% of the time I cut out the box, it is good for big jobs with mutiple sizes of windows but alot of the time its quicker without it. Its just another thing to haul about. :nuts

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the computer cutting would be great if you are doing a LOT of cars and esp if you are doing alot of the same one at the same time. One thing to know is that you have to pay monthly for updates......

some on here love it and others don't care for it.

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filmhandler.com have tools that are way overpriced compared to others with similar products.

Hand cut is much better if doing different cars...plotter a lot better if doing multiple like cars (like dealership work)

Who supplies the Film handler?.......Any sugestions

Hi mate visit www.filmhandler.com they are not cheap but well worth the money :hump

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