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What’s Going On In The Shop
Kyle – Finished the graffiti table. Finished the wenge ring base. New base for the knot. Worked on the Flower of Life table. Going to shoot a video at the YouTube Space.
Sean – Still working on the walnut mid century modern bed and night stands. Played with the Festool PRO 5 sander. Nonprofit Organization papers sent to the Sec. of State.
Brian – Delivered the Prism table and made a video. Guest on Woodshop 101.
Main Topic – Q & A with each other and from Twitter
Tim Webster – What are our thoughts on a multi purpose shop, e.g. woodshop, metal shop, welding, 3D printing, CNC, laser cutters, etc. Follow Tim on Instagram.
Listener Questions, Email, and Comments:
Matt – Guys – Great podcast as always. This podcast is one of my favorites. I listened to podcast #58, about how to price your work for the local market. One approach that you didn’t discuss is “value-based” pricing. In b-school they taught us there are basically two approaches to pricing: 1) cost plus (labor + materials + mark-up), and 2) value based pricing or what is the value created for the consumer.
Bruce Cooper – Hey guys,
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