The PDR industry has a new PDR tool. PDR Technicians developed t-hotboxes to massage larger dents. Now they are widespread across the industry. Technicians now use hotboxes increasingly to remove smaller dents! One hotbox trainer believes they can quicker than traditional PDR!
Steel and aluminium are a couple of metals that PDR technicians commonly work with. However, aluminium requires a different type of hotbox. Different metals requires different heating conditions. PDR Training Australia in mid-2017 has introduced training on their website.
Technicians now use the hotbox as yet another tool to be added to PDR kit. Feel free to contact them on 0408020468 for more information or got to their website www.pdrtraining.com.au.
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