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What’s Going On In The Shop
Kyle – 98th vase is finished. Made a work surface for the shop and making an endgrain table with leo veneer.
Sean – Stools are still getting finish wiped on. Video on shaping the seats with the ArborTech TURBOPlane was released. Just got back from vacation.
Brian – Finished with the Roubo Bench and added a Record Circular Plane to the tool cabinet. No peg board there.
Main Topic – Deserted jungle island, one tool, what do you choose?
Sean’s Choice – ApolcalAxe
Listener Questions, Email, and Comments
Johnny Tromboukis – Hey guys
Adam Beasley – Do people ask you to only design plans for them to purchase? Recently I’ve had a handful of people email me asking only for custom plans. Not for a website or a repost, but strictly so they can build the project themselves. How do you feel about that? It seems like easy money, but then the question is, what is something like that worth? My thought is $20-$30 for my time for a customized plan. Also, would you put parameters on it like you can’t repost this as your own on another website? So many things to think about… which is why I almost think a higher price is worth it. If I were sharing plans of something I already built and sold that’s one thing and I’d charge around $5-10.
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