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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 07-21-2009, 07:10 PM Thread Starter
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Hello All,

I started a hydrographics company in Plano, TX and we are looking for someone with sanding, base coating, and clearing experience. If you don't know what hydrographics is please take a look at the link below. Pay rate will depend on experience. We are a new company and need someone to be independent and a hard worker. Monday-Friday 9am-6pm, no weekends. Please email to [email protected] if you have any questions.

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thats freakin crazy. Id love to stop by and just check out what it looks like when its done.

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post #3 of 21 (permalink) Old 07-21-2009, 09:35 PM Thread Starter
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no problem, just let me know when you want to stop by and i can have something ready to be dipped so you can see it done. We would like to be more of a wholesale place but will take anything as of now with the economy like it is.

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That is freaking cool. I wish i had more paint and body experience, cause thats something really interesting to do.

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Thanks, it is a real learning experience for sure!!!! Its like painting a car with an extra step!!!! We have already done a couple of pretty cool pieces. I think we have a guy bringing us a 32 ft baja today!!!

My painter/body guy is going back to college and this is why we are looking for someone new to fill his spot, so we are in need of someone quick.

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Thanks, it is a real learning experience for sure!!!! Its like painting a car with an extra step!!!! We have already done a couple of pretty cool pieces. I think we have a guy bringing us a 32 ft baja today!!!

My painter/body guy is going back to college and this is why we are looking for someone new to fill his spot, so we are in need of someone quick.
what are you going to do on the boat?

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I thought we were going to do the dash and side panels but the guy already bought real carbon fiber. It cost him over $500 for the real stuff... Told him i could have done it for half of that. So we ended up doing the compass holder on top of the dash.

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Thats sweet!

I bet y'all can put out some really killer stuff!!

if your looking for any other help let me know!

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Thats sweet!

I bet y'all can put out some really killer stuff!!

if your looking for any other help let me know!

Do you have any background with automotive paint jobs?

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I have a gentleman coming up from Austin tomorrow, give me your number and I'll give it to him if we do not hire him.
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Thanks for the heads up. My number is 214-632-3871.

I will do the same for you. Where are you located?

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We do not have a website yet, its in the works. I have found taking good pictures is somewhat of an art-form.

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Here are a couple of pics.
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thats cool as shit!!!

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oh yea you deffinately need to figure out a way to get all the different design options.. I can think of all kinds of stuff this would be cool on!
just for reference.. what would the cost be to do 2 small pieces that go on a new motorcycle... probably 6X9 (triangle shaped) I have an idea in mind
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That is really cool!

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post #18 of 21 (permalink) Old 08-24-2009, 06:56 PM
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What's a ball park for pay? I have plenty of experience.
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if business gets better i will give you a pm. Everyone likes this stuff but just doesnt have money to spend right now.

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sounds good
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What can you not do? obviously you are limited to the size of your tank right?

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