Things I wish I knew when I started my wood sign business, vinyl cutter supplies, my products I use

In this video I share the main products I use everyday in my wood sign business. I also share what I’ve learned so far and some tips on how to make the job easier.
I buy all my vinyl products from US Cutter
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For stencils I use Oracal 631
For permanent vinyl I use Oracal 651
For transfer tape I use transferite 582U medium tack

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5 Mistakes that can KILL a Woodworking Business & how to avoid them

5 Mistakes that can KILL a Woodworking Business & how to avoid them

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This video goes over some shop updates on the dust collector and a few projects. The biggest mistake you can make in woodworking is blaming your tools, equipment, customers, suppliers, etc. instead of finding a solution to the problem yourself. Don’t be like us! Be better!!!

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5 Places to Find Customers RIGHT NOW!! for a Woodworking Business

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Make Money With a Furniture Business

Make Money With a Furniture Business

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How To Start A Home Woodworking Business: Wood Profits Made Easier

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Starting your own woodworking business and making it successful is exciting! It can change your life in more ways than one.

But the truth is, it’s far easier to fail in this business – so you need to learn all you can and proceed with caution. It’s my sincere hope that this simple video helps you.

Whether you want to build a full-time business or make money woodworking on the side for now – you can do it.

1. Get Clear About The Type of Wood Products You’ll Provide. Don’t try to be all things to all people. But don’t miss out on potentially profitable ideas either. The point is… you need to know what kind of work you can easily handle, given your current facilities and woodworking equipment. Resist the temptation to buy additional machines and tools right away. Conserve your cash because cash flow is vital to a new business of any kind and especially in the woodworking industry.

2. Get Customers First. You’re really not in business until you have a cash-paying customer and therefore, this should be your number one priority when starting out. Marketing is the key to every business. You need an effective way to reach potential buyers and a selling strategy that works. Maybe you have retail outlets lined up who have agreed to sell your products from the floor. Or, perhaps you’re planning to sell your wares at craft shows, flea markets and consumer shows like the Home Show.

3. Start From Where You Are. If possible, begin your business from the garage or basement workshop to keep costs as low as possible. A separate building, such as a detached garage or large shed works best. Dust is a necessary by-product of working with wood, so having a shop that’s physically separate from your living space is best.

4. Bootstrap Your Way To Success. Start small and grow. If you cannot work from home, consider alternate possibilities like other people’s garages, sheds, barns – even reclaimed “portables” that once served as classrooms. One fellow I know was able to rent a portable classroom located on a property on the outskirts of town, as his wood shop. Even though the building was slightly run down, it was spacious, bright with natural light, and dirt-cheap.

5. Systemize Your Operations As Early As Possible. If you’re planning to create products in any quantity, it’s vital to the success of your enterprise that you adopt a “production” approach.

If you’re making small craft items, focus on one specific item at a time and figure out how to make a manageable number of them efficiently. “Systems” are the solution to virtually every aspect of production. Planning helps you get the numbers right, so you don’t make more products than you can easily sell. But you don’t want to make them one at a time, either – unless you’re running a custom furniture or cabinetry business. I don’t recommend that route for beginners, it requires plenty of experience as a custom cabinetmaker.

Take each design and create a detailed drawing. Then break the product down into its component parts by identifying every piece of wood, hardware, and any other materials used. It’s also important to have preselected wood stains and clear coat finishes. When you know exactly what goes into a product, you can very accurately determine your cost of materials.

A woodworking business of your own can be a beautiful thing. And it can start making you money from the beginning if you do things the right way.

While I struggled to build my woodworking shop to six figures, it can be a lot easier for you. Thanks to the internet, your learning can be way faster. You can spare yourself the mistakes I and many others have made by simply learning from the best courses available.

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How to Price Your Work as a Maker (Woodworking Business Example)

This is a confusing topic for Makers – how to price your work. Learn about pricing with practical examples and clear instructions so you can make profitable decisions. Topics covered in this episode include:
– ways to price work
– how to estimate time
– what to charge for an hourly rate
– what to charge for material
– how to validate your pricing

Scott has a business degree and has run his part-time woodworking business since 1999. He shares his experience and knowledge to help other Makers price their work.

If you would like to see more insights into the business side of being a maker, please post your comments on the video.

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Hosted by Scott Bennett, owner of Wooden It Be Nice – Custom Woodworking in Brooklin, Ontario

Woodworking Business Ideas – Best Woodcrafts To Sell For Quicker Profits – Things To Consider

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The moment you consider selling the things you make in your shop – whether it’s in the garage, basement, or some other place – you should strive for faster, easier profits. That just makes good business sense – don’t you think? And… whether you’re doing this as a side gig or launching your own fulltime shop – you are essentially in business and that means you need to focus to keeping your costs low and maximizing your returns.

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You may be tempted to want to show off your skills by building elaborate woodcrafts and beautiful furniture. That may be fine and dandy if it’s a sideline and you don’t have to worry about putting food on the table. But either way, I suggest a much simple approach.

Why make your life any more difficult than it need be? You really don’t have to. In fact, you can sell simple projects all day long and simply replenish your supply whenever you run out. The key is to tap into the desires of your marketplace and that can take a keen eye and experience. It’s best to begin really tuning into what kinds of wood crafts other people are buying these days. Today, thanks to the internet – the task of competitive research is easier than ever. But it does require constant monitoring as trends can quickly shift.

You want to be on the leading edge of a trend because that’s where the money is, not lagging behind to pick up the scraps after the fact. Read magazines and visit al the popular websites where crafts and small furniture items are sold.

Get ideas and let your imagination run wild. But always keep in mind your production facilities and what you’re able to do with the equipment and space you have on hand. Don’t bite off more than you can chew and grow intelligently and you can make a lot of money and have fun doing so in your own small woodworking shop.



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