I'm working on it. I started out renting space in a cooperative shop.
$300 a month, 10x10 bench space, wood storage space and access to all
the equipe 24x7. They wanted artisan type people, no big cabinet or
production work. Kind old and sparse equipment but a real nice
Powermatic 66 setup in a 10' square table.
Then I found a newly opened cabinet shop right near my home. Cut a deal
for basicially the same price, only allowed in shop on off hours &
weeekends but top line equipement and lots of it. Every time I sak
about a hand tool the guy has three different versions, two still in
the package and wants me to try them all.
I'm doing short run products. Some furniture but mostly smaller pieces
like wine racks, plantstands, shelves. I'll be doing kits too.
Basically unassembled verisons of my products that I'll assemble later
if the kits don't sell.
Did eBay last year. I'm going to try the local art fair circuit this
year. With hopes of getting my own space and equipment next year and
transition into a fulltime manufacturing gig selling to retailers
rather than end customers.