“You can tell the difference between a professional and an amateur by the tools they use,” or so the saying goes, but even pros have a limited budget. So, you only buy the tools as you need them. Sometimes, you only need a tool for a short period of time or just for one project. So, when you need a specialty tool, do you rent, borrow, or buy? If you need a full set of features, it might be cheaper to lease the equipment. Alternatively, you might want to buy an inexpensive device if it satisfies
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