I have heard great things about Bob here and on other forums.. I know I am going to need him..
Being new to this trade my biggest dilema is local training on equipment and processes..
I can run any machine.. that's a given...But I have to be taught first..
My recipe for success in the past has always been Knowledge of equipment, tools, processes, variables, troubleshooting ,support and personal ethics.
The local mom and pop dealer has helped me address most of these things.
I like some of the other units out there, I really do...
But having the training from them and the training from some of their customers in other cities and see a variety of applications and get my hands on things...
I kind of like the idea of having brick and mortar support and access to supplies also..
I have been learning a lot from these forums, you guys really know your stuff
This is the best plan I could come up with to address and eliminate weak points..
Do you guys have any ideas or other ways I could get the critical hands on training??
If Bob would consider coming out west to Washington to help me get started I would strongly consider a Pressure Pro or a few other recommended brands....
I'm glad I'm still researching, I know I'll feel a whole lot better when I buy..