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Wood Shop Manager

What project should you be working on?
This tool will help you keep your workshop and projects moving!
If you’re like me, it’s a lot more fun to start a new project than it is to finish an existing one ー especially when
finishing
is the next step.
This helps you see what project is the closest to being done & out the door, then give you the motivation to get back to it!
It will also provide a timer when a project is in the
Glue Curing
or
Finish Curing
steps, as those are proper downtimes, which means it’s appropriate to move on to the earlier project.

However, also remember this is a hobby! Do what’s fun & follow your heart!

First, finish what you start!

You should probably work on the first project in the
Ready to Work Group
below.
If that item is ready to move to the next station, but that next station is already in use, the button will be greyed out.
That means you should move to the next project that is ready! Yes, that includes sanding... 😞
Projects Ready to Work
3
Dining Table
Finish 1 Curing
Ready
Move to Next Station
Finishing
Helper Stool
Ready to Sand 1
Ready
Move to Next Station
Sanding
Entryway Roman Bench
Glue Curing
Ready
Move to Next Station
Glue-up
Toddler Activity Board
Ready to Assemble
Ready
Move to Next Station
Assemble
Bike Hook
Ordering Materials
Ready
Move to Next Station
While a project is curing, you can watch the timer here. Once it’s done, it will move into the
Ready
area above, where you can then work to move it forward.
Projects Currently Curing
3
Due to space constraints, there should only be one project in any one station.
Stations in Use
1
Assemble
In Use by
Toddler Activity Board
Glue-up
In Use by
Entryway Roman Bench
Sanding
In Use by
Helper Stool
Finishing
In Use by
Dining Table
Ready to get started on something new? Add it here!
New Project
3

Project Brainstorm List

There’s always something new to build!
Table Lamp
Apron Pegboard
Shoe Stool
Mallet
Picnic Table

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