Seem to have the same 6 people commenting all or part of the discussions on this site ... in my opinion, marketing and selling your products are more work than making products .Huff put a lot of ways for you to sell you. All will not be appropriate and will not work for you. But you never know what will or will not work until you do it. Another thing to think about is who your client is.
And maybe an equal number of people assume that a complex business structure is needed to sell something you do, so they have not started. It's easy! I encourage you to take the step, start small, and just do it! This site will share how I did it. I also noticed that a number of common carpentry techniques "did not work" if you worked professionally. For example, I read articles that to varnish something you should clean your shop, let the residual dust settle, clean again, then finally varnish. Do not move sharply in the shop while the polish is drying because you could stir the dust.
The workpieces are introduced too abruptly into the tool or in the wrong direction. Incorrect attachment of the part to the template. The ejection of the tool or parts of the tool. tool due to poor tool design, excessive hardness of the tool material, deficiencies in the tool material, tool overspeed or incorrect tightening of the tool the tool in the tool holder. In the event of a tool or part being ejected, not only the operator but also others working in the area may be injured by parts being ejected es.
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You need to do some projects cheaply to have enough visibility. The more promotion you can get through the customers, the less you can charge them because it is really important for many people to see what you are able to deliver. Therefore, the first customers should be chosen carefully thinking long-term rather than short-term as the commercial benefits for the exhibition. If you have a few woodworkers at the beginning, it's a good idea to have them create good designs that you can offer for exhibitions and advertising if you open a shop.
Rating: 3 out of 5