Professional Woodworkers Sharing Business Strategies
Written by John English Monday, 19 November 2012 00:00
One of the best things about woodshops is that no two are alike. And one of the worst things about woodshops is that no two are alike.
Written by John English Monday, 15 October 2012 00:00
In May 2009, Cleveland’s Plain Dealer reported the closure of a woodshop in the city of Bay Village, Ohio. Hobbyists and volunteers used the shop, which was actually owned by the city. They built projects for themselves and various charities, including the local historical society’s Osborn House. The closure came after a routine insurance inspection found a number of problems. According to the newspaper, “the shop’s home-designed exhaust system for sawdust is a fire hazard, along with the fumes from thinners, paints and glues as well as the open pilot furnace located within the shop space.”
Written by Lloyd R. Manning Monday, 17 September 2012 00:00
All economic signs point to a slow recovery from the recession. The overall economy looks a bit brighter than a couple of years ago — or at least this is what the politicians tell us. For this and other good reasons, many woodworkers are considering renovating or enlarging their shop or building a new one. This, plus the acquisition of more modern equipment will involve the investment of several thousands of dollars.
Written by David Getts Monday, 20 August 2012 00:00
Modern society is obsessed with technology and stimulating new gadgets that are fresh and hold promise for the future. But can we continue to progress through technology alone?
Written by Steve Marks Monday, 16 July 2012 00:00
Believe it or not, when it comes to software, there is such a thing as a free lunch. Free office and business software, the equal of what comes off the store shelf, is out there and it’s not hard to find. But there are some caveats.
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