There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, & learn all there is to know about Paraglider Service USA. I hope you enjoy seeing my service shop, equipment & constant desire to enhance operations. I am retired from the fire service where the maintenance of equipment was extremely important toward public safety service. For the last 10 years, I have used that engrained mindset towards maintaining the gear of paragliding pilots in the USA. No employees just working for a wage here, only me, the owner, who truly cares about doing it right for your own safety.
I am constantly striving to become better than I was yesterday! Also, please keep in mind, my supervisor (the cat) does not enter the shop while I am servicing paragliders. Last thing I need is her to get spooked and run across a glider. For she only monitors our indoor sewing room.
I spare no expense to do things right. The force gauge, load cell and graphing software for line strength testing cost $3,349.00. Not to mention, our paraglider line inventory tipping over $15K & always growing. In fact, if I knew what everything was going to cost before I started this business, I would have never done it. Oh well, here I am & always trying to do more and more!
I have two newer Bernina sewing machines (B590 & B710) of which are worth about $13,000 combined for sewing up paraglider lines. Also, in this clip you can see my own personal invention, a 3D printed plastic "sewing jig". This sewing jig is adjustable for all line diameters and super precise. I have been selling these all over the world!