The PRO is more powerful (850w)rtorbs wrote: ↑Wed Nov 22, 2017 1:14 pmI'd probably get a das6 ...(same machine just 60 cheaper)
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Dual action do less damage because of the oscillating action but subsequently take more effort to cut
Orbitals are better but you can easily do more damage.
A cheap correction job is gonna cost you 500 quid at least so you can quickly save money by investing in the gear yourself but on the flip you can totally f**k your paintwork up too so you have to take extreme care, particularly on the bodywork creases where the paint is thinner.
Also you might want to invest in a digital paint thickness guage so you know what you're working with before you start should you decide to take the plunge.
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But if the standard is enough then go for it, although I haven't used it so can't comment.