No one is arguing that the d-roller does the job well and quickly. The problem is the price. There is no question that it is waaaaay too expensive. For artists who don't do volume, it probably doesn't pay to buy this product at that price. You could buy a couple of rolls of paper for that price and find another way to flatten out the paper.
And then there's the question - If you could give $50 off for the d-roller if you buy a roll of paper, why can't you just give the 50 bucks off for the purchase of the d-roller. It's a simple product that doesn't require a bunch of complicated technical support. It just gets shipped out the door.
Well I guess I have seen them all..
Just watch the video that Michael did in his review section on the d-roller. It takes minutes Not Hours no tubes no cutting this and that.. If anyone is going to PMA We will have one in our booth for you to try.
The last time I Checked The carpenter forum nobody was trying to figure out how to make a Hammer..I guess you could use a Rock and bang a nail.
Anyway I understand the expense that is why we do the 50.00 off with a roll of paper deal...if I could get the cost lower I would.
Feel Free to come by our booth at PMA and give it a try