This weekend was a lesson in taking your time and not rushing through a job :(
This Saturday started off with getting the usual four chairs worth of lumber and in bounding it through my wood planer all went well except I started getting antsy trying to get production time under two hours per chair, well that was impossible considering I had already spent 35 minutes milling lumber :(
The haste makes waste principle accelerated as I made more mistakes and tried to rush to fix these, only to make more!!!! One chair went perfect!! Got one chair stuck in my jig literally glued in from the glue!! After that I started on the third chair then only to make it crooked in the back, not finding this until I already released the chair. time lapsed,- six hours THREE HOURS PER CHAIR this is before finish :( after talking with a good friend they recommended using my old shop space and shed for assembly and I am going to try an article I read online with the next set of chairs of using component based manufacturing I don’t know how well this will work or if it will help any :( Do any of you fellow lumberjocks have any suggestions ?
hopefully next week goes smoother.
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