Repairing Creases – Why are they so difficult? Learning PDR
- Friday, 05 February 2010 21:11
Ah creases.. they are indeed one of the most funnest dents to remove.. well not really. Truthfully creases are one of the most difficult to remove because it’s like folding a piece of paper and then ironing the line out. If you thought sharp dings and dents were hard, then imagine trying to pin point a continuous deep pit.
It takes extreme precision and combined experience to remove a crease 95-100%. This all depends of course how deep the crease is and the location. Most techs work a crease from side to side and this is generally the best way to accomplish a success pdr repair. But creases deserve a lot attention and constant movement with your reflection. Tools are a huge factor. It’s a good idea to shrink the crease with a padded tip (like the soft tip) or use tape to cushin the head of your tool. Last thing you want to do is crack or pock up the paint.
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Glue Pulling Practicals – Sneak Peek DVD Video
- Thursday, 04 February 2010 01:19
Here is a little sneak peek about the latest dvd we are releasing this February. It’s called Glue Pulling Practicals that involves different techniques with a variety of dents and creases. There will be product and tool information and the essentials for performing an efficient pdr glue pull.
We will be releasing an official trailer a couple days in advance before the available date. But for now, this is a small dose of what is to come…
- Tuesday, 02 February 2010 20:10
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PDR Glue Pulling DVD in Post Production (Preview 1)
- Sunday, 31 January 2010 17:06
Last night I was in Los Angeles shooting the glue pulling paintless dent repair video. The production took about 9 hours and not counting previous shoots I had done before. I have about 14 hours of footage and I have to cram it into a 1 1/2 – 2 hour dvd.
This glue pulling pdr video will contain lots of information regarding tools, techniques, conversations, explanations and real in the field circumstances.
Below is a small preview of the video shoot. In our next post we will add some photos of examples how glue pulling dramatically helps the repair process with paintless dent removal.
PDR Line Board 101 DVD Release. / Paintless Dent Repair / Training Video
- Wednesday, 27 January 2010 07:37
Ok folks, after a few years getting some experience under my belt learning how to properly use a camera and edit, I finally am going to release an OFFICIAL paintless dent repair training dvd video. It’s called PDR Line Board 101 (Series 1). It’s a basic, “get your feet wet” video about learning how the line board works and it’s purpose.
David from SOS Dent helped me do some of the shots and repairs in the video. Much thanks to him too! This video offers the essentials about using the line board with proper placement. Animated diagrams with detailed instruction and exercises that help sustain a good practice habit.
I have more and exciting videos coming out this spring and if you liked my Youtube videos, you will definitely like this and my future pdr videos as well. Sometimes I don’t get things done as fast as I would like because I am such a perfectionist. That is probably my biggest problem about not releasing these videos prior. But that’s not an issue now, it’s finally out and you finally will have an official dvd that can help you understand much better about the line board. I am planning to also have a bundle pack that ties in with the manual.
I’m sure you want to see what this video is about rather than read what’s it about.. ya I’m that way too. But be patient, I am pretty much a one man show when it comes to marketing, editing, designing and promoting. So I think you can understand why some of this contributes to the delayed release. I plan on having a trailer by next week (Lets hope so!) so you can get the feel of it. The video is about 40 minutes long and on sale now at AutoLecture.com for $39.99.