I Bought A New Shop!

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Ladies and gentleman, I present to you…..The Wood Shed. 

At the start of 2020 I purchased this building and property with the intentions of starting a commercial venture. Most of you know that I have an amazing shop that I built on my own property. However, it’s closed to the public because it is my home.

For the past two years I’ve been looking for a space that I could buy, turn into a workshop for employees, and also have a safe address to sell things out of directly to consumers. And that is what this space will be used for. 

I love my job. And while I hope I always have a place, there are a lot of different variables that could happen to put me in a bind and out of work. If I get hurt and can’t build, if you guys no longer care to watch my videos, or maybe if I can’t keep up with the pace the system demands. So I want to diversify to make sure I have something to fall back on if I can no longer make content. 

That’s the rational side of my mind justifying it, but I also honestly just want to do everything because it all seems like a blast!

In this new space, The Wood Shed, I am going to start three new branches of business that can all work independently from each other but also nicely feed into each other. These branches will be

  • 1) custom CNC business
  • 2) Milling business
  • 3) distributing tools and equipment for companies that need a central US location

Check out my video above to get a walk through tour and hear about my plans in much more detail.

Thank you all so much for following along!

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5 Responses

  1. Does COVID-19 make you nervous regarding your new ventures? I get its bad timing that no one could predict. During an economic downturn that some economists are saying could go as high as 30% unemployment, are there other ways for you to make the new investments profitable? I don’t ask these questions to scare you, I think it’s a reality we are all possibly facing. Hopefully you’ll take the time to reply. If not, I wish you the best of luck in the upcoming times.

  2. Congratulation on your new venture, and I wish you every success. I look forward to your videos each week, and often watch them over and over. Your videos have inspired many ideas for small projects in my very humble 260 square foot workshop.
    Wish I could visit your new shop, but there are over four thousand miles between your neck of the woods and mine. But isn’t technology wonderful ~ it brings your world right into my home. Looking forward to seeing what projects evolve at your new shop, especially the whirly-gig!
    I truly hope your ventures continue for many years ahead, and wish you, your family, and your employees good health and safety in whatever projects emerge in the future.

  3. Congratulations chick! Wishing you every success (and which you most definitely deserve!) Love your videos and your work. Definitely would love to visit. Cheers from New Zealand

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