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Just tint like this guy. He didn't even roll the window down!

:bingo:lol2 :lol2

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Guest Kokomo Tint & Dent

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Just tint like this guy. He didn't even roll the window down!

:lol2:lol2:bingo

Ohh god. not that guy agian.

Ohh just an update. I got my time down to less than 2 hours. If anyone cares.

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He did crack the window for the edge. In like the first 2 seconds of the video.

He rolled it down to clean but rolled it back up to cut the pattern and install.

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He did crack the window for the edge. In like the first 2 seconds of the video.

He rolled it down to clean but rolled it back up to cut the pattern and install.

:jerkit:eyebrows chainsaw masacre :eyebrows:twocents:drevil

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You da man tintmanlibby!!! You da Man!! Like your style! I bet someone will say something about a plotter!!!! Hecks no!!! You have to wait forever for it to cut the patterns....then you have to hand cut through the second layer....BS if you ask me! Hand cut all the time! Way faster than a plotter! Cheaper than a plotter! Better than a plotter! I am saying this about tint....not ppf....cause I have never done ppf.

aaaaaaamen to that I have been sayin that since they came ot with those plotters :twocents

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You da man tintmanlibby!!! You da Man!! Like your style! I bet someone will say something about a plotter!!!! Hecks no!!! You have to wait forever for it to cut the patterns....then you have to hand cut through the second layer....BS if you ask me! Hand cut all the time! Way faster than a plotter! Cheaper than a plotter! Better than a plotter! I am saying this about tint....not ppf....cause I have never done ppf.

aaaaaaamen to that I have been sayin that since they came ot with those plotters :twocents

ditto

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You da man tintmanlibby!!! You da Man!! Like your style! I bet someone will say something about a plotter!!!! Hecks no!!! You have to wait forever for it to cut the patterns....then you have to hand cut through the second layer....BS if you ask me! Hand cut all the time! Way faster than a plotter! Cheaper than a plotter! Better than a plotter! I am saying this about tint....not ppf....cause I have never done ppf.

aaaaaaamen to that I have been sayin that since they came ot with those plotters :lol2

ditto

:lol2

You guys MUST be doing something differently than me, when it comes to the plotter. I have been hand cutting for........ bout 18 yrs. Just got my plotter bout 3 months ago, for ppf, but using it for film as well. I can tell you, even from my limited experience, it is faster!!!

It's not a night and day diff. but it shaves bout 8-10 min per car. In the busy season....... you do the math.

The next thing I want to do is figure out the graphics aspect. Do you need an additional program for it?? any advice would be appreciated. :twocents

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