Designing a new wood product requires both inspiration, and practical adaptation, to create one that can be profitably produced. We'll talk to two woodworkers who will explain how they did it, from rough design, to production line.
In this free webcast, Woodworking Inventors: Steps to Developing a Profitable Design, you'll hear from two woodworking business managers who have succeeded with new products in the market. They will share their experiences in developing a new product design, and explain how their business was impacted.
Presenters John Lindsay and Martin Goebel will also field your questions.
New Breed Furniture
Lindsay co-founded New Breed Furniture, a rapidly growing business that recently opened a new factory in Kenosha, WI. Lindsay will explain his design approach, including creation of the Petaply joint, that reduces the labor factor in chair and table manufacturing.
Martin Goebel Furniture & Design
Goebel, recipient of Woodworking Network's Young Wood Pro's award, is the chief designer of Martin Goebel Furniture and also is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. He will discuss how his firm creates high-end customized, mass produced furniture pieces using 3D CAD design and automated technology.
Web Editor, WoodworkingNetwork.com
David Biggs manages production of the Woodworking Network website and associated newsletters, creation of webcasts and videos, and supports social media audience engagement. He also assists Woodworking Network in developing and executing integrated social media and online marketing strategies.
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