Jennifer and I are also members of two co-op galleries. Northwest Woodworkers Gallery in Seattle and Artwood in Bellingham. Some of these members Curtis Erpelding, David Gray, Hugh Montgomery, Hank Holzer and Seth Rolland have had long and successful careers and expressed their opinions on the advice given to young woodworkers. Michael Fortune also weighed in with an enlightening and complete answer.
You must think about your ambitions and your expectations. A few hundred dollars are not that difficult, but if you want thousands, you'll have to take a serious hobby for woodworking. A fixed goal helps you choose the projects that work best and that will also give you an idea of the effort you have to spend to get money. Having a fixed number as a goal helps you work harder. Carpenters know that wood is the most important cost of their trade.
This would help a lot if you have someone to whom you can ask for the best practice in each area of activity. Learning something for yourself may be possible, but it would take a lot of time. Without experts on your side, it may take several years before you have enough experience. So I recommend you read this book. If you are able to do all the tips above, I think you will have some ideas to help you in your business.
Industry manufacturers usually choose to locate near upstream industries, such as sawmills and pre-fabricated carpentry plants. In addition, the establishments are located near major wholesale and consumer markets, as a large portion of the industry's products are ultimately purchased by households. The Southeast dominates production, accounting for 24.0% of industrial establishments. In the region, North Carolina and Georgia are the main producers, although industrial plants are widely distributed throughout the region.
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