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    Default FINDING A GOOD TECH.

    WE ARE HAVING PROBLEMS WITH OUR PLASMA AUTOMATION VICON ELITE PLASMA TABLE AND UNABLE TO FIND A COMPETENT TECHNICIAN. WE ARE LOCATED IN PALM DESERT, CA (RIVERSIDE COUNTY) COULD ANYONE RECOMMEND A GOOD TECH IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA? PREFERABLY ONE THAT WOULD BE FAMILIAR WITH FINELINE 100PC CUTTING SYSTEM & KALIBURN HEIGHT CONTROL.

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    Ed at Valley Cutting Systems in Exeter, CA



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    Quote Originally Posted by PFIFAB View Post
    WE ARE HAVING PROBLEMS WITH OUR PLASMA AUTOMATION VICON ELITE PLASMA TABLE AND UNABLE TO FIND A COMPETENT TECHNICIAN. WE ARE LOCATED IN PALM DESERT, CA (RIVERSIDE COUNTY) COULD ANYONE RECOMMEND A GOOD TECH IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA? PREFERABLY ONE THAT WOULD BE FAMILIAR WITH FINELINE 100PC CUTTING SYSTEM & KALIBURN HEIGHT CONTROL.
    Did you get your problem sorted?



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    Thank you for the help in finding ed. he definitely know burntables and was able to get our table running
    thanks again



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    Looks like he fixed the shift key on your keyboard too. Good to hear you are up and running.



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