Rental carving RP-FR-MF0005

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Rental carving RP-FR-MF0005

Postby DanFecteau » Fri, Apr 25 2008, 8:05AM

Here's the result, I made a couple mistakes so I had to finaly machine it at 1.04" thick instead of 1.4" but the result is still amazing. It took me 8 1/2 hours so it's not that bad.

How much do you think we can sell a piece like this ?

Thank you.
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Re: Rental carving RP-FR-MF0005

Postby DanFecteau » Fri, Apr 25 2008, 8:07AM

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Re: Rental carving RP-FR-MF0005

Postby DanEpps » Fri, Apr 25 2008, 8:14AM

DanFecteau wrote:...It took me 8 1/2 hours so it's not that bad.

How much do you think we can sell a piece like this...


Let's see, 8-1/2 hours plus materials and lost production time for cabinet parts...I'd say ask at least $39 for it!!! :joker:

The molding really turned out great. I would guess its not something you would want to do every day though what with the amount of time it takes.

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Re: Rental carving RP-FR-MF0005

Postby DanFecteau » Fri, Apr 25 2008, 8:30AM

Not every day but our CNC is not running 40 hours a week so I could find a day every two weeks maybe....and sell it .....I'd say 500 $....what do you think ?

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Re: Rental carving RP-FR-MF0005

Postby Jean G Voyer » Fri, Apr 25 2008, 9:45AM

Shop time should be at least a $100.00 an hour. You should double the price: $1,000.00
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Re: Rental carving RP-FR-MF0005

Postby Michael S Murray » Fri, Apr 25 2008, 2:26PM

Dan,
That turned out nice, although if your router ran over 8 hrs on it, you will need to charge much more than the $500, think of the wear and tear on your pump and your spindle, program rental,power for all those,etc.
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Re: Rental carving RP-FR-MF0005

Postby DanFecteau » Fri, Apr 25 2008, 3:10PM

I think you're right, 800 $ minimum would be a better idea.

Thank you.

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Re: Rental carving RP-FR-MF0005

Postby Brian Shannon » Mon, Apr 28 2008, 10:24PM

Dan,


That did turn out nice! The grape carving has finer detail than I thought. I wonder if it could be scaled down for a cabinet door style.


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