Tag: production woodworking
I’ve been going through the process of building 70 boxes that are a part of a larger, high-end invitation project. They are 14″ x 7″ x 3″ each, made from 1/2″ poplar. These are a far cry from “fine furniture” but still need to be built in a way that holds together and looks decent. Making 70 of anything can be both daunting and extremely boring.
Despite the monotony associated with production woodworking there are some positive aspects that can come out of an exercise like this beyond getting paid. My brother, who is also a woodworker, reminded me of this based … Read More »