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John Smith

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#1 posted 02-01-2018 03:03 PM

a “professional” woodworking company that is making upwards of 10 tables a week
should invest in larger machines to handle the present workload plus increase production.
Time is Money – Money can pay higher wages plus purchase larger machines.
like Rob said: 500 tables a year is a LOT of tables to produce with inadequate equipment !!!
and if you only “work there” the owner of the company should have already noticed that
he needs heftier equipment to keep up with production.

jus my Dos Centavos

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