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JackDuren

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#1 posted 03-28-2020 03:55 PM



Yea that s my situation. I m in debt so making the most money for my time is important rn. Which is making me think I can do the tables but only for 40plus per hr. The work at my. Company is on the table most the time so I might as well make it so the time spent on furniture is more profitable..

- Patrickgeddes14

This is an old topic that’s been discussed on multiple forum for the last 20 years. Charging by the hour is a funny thing between woodworkers because of skill levels.

You need to decide if your skill level warrants such a price. Can you not charge a total vs the hour?

We have no ideal what your making


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