In today’s show we’re chatting about where to start on bigger carpentry jobs and overcoming analysis paralysis. We discuss waiting lists, typical joinery enquiries and doing work for the rich and famous. We’re also discussing trade waste from a joinery business and what on earth you’re supposed to do with it in the UK. There’s also a bit of industry news, Andy’s Arduino measuring jig, safety glasses and football talk… kind of. Access the aftershow at: https://www.patreon.com/measuringuppodcast
Welcome back to Season 2 of the Measuring Up Podcast! We’ve had a scorchingly hot summer here in the UK, which makes a nice change. Andy talks about his adventures in London and Peter has been upgrading his tech. We’re also chatting about upping our game and the dangers of reading too much in to the YouTube comments. AND we’ve got a brand new Patreon-only exclusive aftershow! Access the aftershow at: https://www.patreon.com/measuringuppodcast
This is the final episode of Season 1! How did that happen?! Today we’re talking a bit more about spray painting in a small workshop, we give you an end of season ‘golden tip’ each and we give you a very high level overview of what’s involved in making a podcast. So the big question is, are we going to do a Season 2?? You’ll have to listen to find out what happens next…
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Peter’s finished his biggest carpentry build & install to date and is now having to hang pictures. Andy’s finished his latest exhibition install work and has finally had time to make a new studio desk. Today we’re chatting about spray painting in a small workshop and whether this is a viable alternative to the brush and roller. We’re also discussing YouTube and whether it’s still a viable platform for makers. Finally, woodworking, joinery & carpentry books – a bit of recommended reading for our listeners!
GDPR was implemented in the EU on 25th May 2018. We’re having a bit of a chat about what that could mean for small joinery businesses. We also discuss MDF, where we buy it and what we look for along with target markets for our joinery work and YouTube.