Devoted to design principles, influences, appreciation, and application, this fully illustrated manual presents a thoroughly unique approach to becoming a professional furniture maker and designer. Examples of work suitable for both batch production and one-off commission work are discussed, as well as the tools and machinery required for a variety of working situations. Business efficiency methods are also explored, including the available professional help such as accountants and solicitors who may ease the paperwork side of running a business, in addition to the promotional aspects—exhibitions, press coverage, gallery display, and photography—that are so essential to growth. This handbook is indispensable to any self-employed craftsman, student, or woodworker looking to start a business.
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Alan Peters is an award-winning woodworker with more than 45 years of professional experience.
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