About my products, plus a ton of photos and the creation of a website found by people looking for quality products, has increased my sales four times. That's one of the reasons for which I had to work at night. Site Builder if you build a website yourself or someone else does it. It has been a pleasure to share my experience with you. All the best for your success. Thank you for visiting Woodworking Home Business.
A company that makes a profit proportional to the effort I put into work. An equitable company for other carpenters who have to feed their families with their work. But a company that does not grow. Despite not growing, my company paid for all the machines, the materials, aVendors can not imagine why I do not want a tool or technique to increase sales, allow me to hire helpers and produce more. After more than 40 years of experience as a teacher, manager, technician and consultant, I do not want to create a big company.
"I started to work the wood by pure necessity. We bought a house that was close to 200 years old and shows a lot of age. As I perfected my carpenter's carpets as an owner, I thought of bringing money by doing things for others. Furniture repair was where I started. "Earning a living is not the same as making money on the side. On top of that, a lot of water has passed on the dam since then and my age is starting to show too.
This led me to start with a table saw, a thickness planer and a router. The table saw - This tool is the backbone of almost every store, and for good reason. It allows unparalleled precision when tearing parallel edges and cross section at different angles. Most carpenters find this crucial for the basic machining of the stock. It is also suitable for many joinery tasks, easily producing tenons, box joints, and - with a re-grinded blade - tails for dovetail joints.
When I'm asked if I make money from my woodwork, I always say. Woodworking is a non-profit organization. I did not predict it that way, but the facts are facts. I also tell people that I have to sell my work so that I can buy more materials to build more things. My shop keeps me off the streets at the age of 69 and it gives me a good reason to go out of the house everyday and have breakfast with friends.
Rating: 5 out of 5