So now try walking into the shop having done no prep except a good
drawing, grab some wood and see if it isn't 4 hours before you a nice
dovetailed drawer in your hands, ready to finish. And again 4 hours
and 15 minutes for 2.
One-off's are expensive.
I would say if I did this in my buddies cabinet shop it could be
almost twice as fast if he didn't have any big complex setups to undo
on any of the equipment but if doing this in a typical garage shop I
stand by my estmate.
If I was building 100 of them, I could probably build fixtures and do
effecient planning and probably get then down to 10 minutes each using
manual machinery and assembly.
Yep, tone can be lost in writing. I didn't think you were dis-ing me,
I was just expanding on my first post. The addition surprised me but
after I gave it a second thought I figured yeah 4 hours is about right.
Making several at one time is certainly more time-effective. I can
make a drawer in 4 hours or up to 2 days. With handcut dovetails I
might be close to finishing one drawer in the time it takes to set up
a dovetailing jig. Turning/sanding/finishing a wooden knob might take
a half hour.
Ah, the honest answer finally surfaces. <bseg>
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