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Location: Etna, Me
A finish carpenter with 14 years field and shop experience. I've done everything from framing,cabinetry,architectual millwork,casework interior,exterior. I also done many at home projects along the lines of boxes,hutches,chessboards,and the usual stuff around the house. My next goal is to start building ceder strip boats, for fishing. Now I moved up to Maine I shouild find plenty of time to do just that.
Turns out, I found a job doing just that. I now work building custom interiors for a yacht company. We build custom sailing vessles, and I somehow landed this killer job doing joinery and benchwork. While I am never actually in the ship, I do work with all the funky shapes you can imagine in a boat that can be up to 190' long! It's a great job that is challenging and rewarding. I feel I am working in one of the highest levels there are (woodworking that is). These guys know a lot, and I plan on a lot of learning in the next few years. It really helps the day go by. Did I mention we have a 3 day weekend, every week?
If you wanted to check out the website
And no I'm not in any of the pictures
As it always does things change. I have a new job much closer to home, now I can focus on my own stuff. I work for a commercial case work shop located in Hermon, ME. I know the work isn't even close to what I was doing but I get to come home nightly. I still enjoy the job though and I am now able to pursue my own dreams. I'll keep you posted, thanks for checking me out.
-- Live by what you believe, not what they want you to believe.
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I had a friend ask me to help him out. I thought it was appropriate to post this on my blog as somewhat a tutorial. Any additional information would be great and I welcome any comments. Maybe you have some tricks up your sleeve I have yet to find....
We end up making these three or four times a year, so I decided to post about them because there are so many uses for them. Our cut-off boxes end up getting mitered in a few different angles and we fianlly have one for 45 degrees and a seperate fo...
An article talking about different ways to charge for your labor. And ways to make your prices competetive to your competition. It’s a help for those having a hard time raisig their prices, and working for the minimum. How to charge for y...
I don’t know if you guys heard of it before. bonanzle.com is a fee-bay alternative. No listing fees, low cost after item sells. really low. I have no affiliation with them, but i did just create a sellers account and I’m up and runnin...