New Equipment Part 1.
What you are seeing in this picture is a major upgrade to the shop. In late 2018 I started looking very heavily into how to creatively fund upgrading the shop so that we could produce more, better quality work. It took about 6 months but eventually I did figure out a way that cost me next to nothing in interest. So i set out to bring the shop quality up. My first stop was for a new powder gun. We started the shop with a basic Eastwood dual voltage setup, and that gun worked g