Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

pricing product

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • pricing product

    How do you price a scrollsaw product - portrait work?

  • #2
    Re: pricing product

    Scroller from your post I would say you are new to scrolling. This comes with experience. To give you a basic idea you need to set a dollar value on your time, value of the material,value of the blades used, electricity, copying of the pattern, and finish used on the project. The more projects you do the faster you become. With portraits you can stack cut so you can save time there and the other incidentals. If you check some of these scrollers web sites you can see what they are charging. Once you put a price on something and it is not selling or is selling too fast you can adjust the price. Lot of time it comes down to trial and error and the more you do it the more familiar you will become with pricing. Good Luck!!!
    John T.

    Comment

    Unconfigured Ad Widget

    Collapse

    Latest Topics

    Collapse

    • Quartz43
      Reply to Scroll Saw Shells
      by Quartz43
      I would not use regular plywood but Baltic Birch is different. On Steve Garrisons Facebook page someone posted a shell with either Baltic Birch or something like Spectraply. I was pleasantly surprised by the lack of tearing or splintering with either cutting or sanding.

      Using solid...
      Today, 09:09 AM
    • will8989
      Reply to countdown for Bruce.
      by will8989
      Bruce took the “zipper”ff today. Yep, the stitches were zipper type. When we were packing up at the market Sunday, the coffee vendor asked if we wanted a taste of his chocolate whiskey coffee. We said no thanks. After driving to Annapolis in the truck today to get Elliott, Bruce said he was going...
      Yesterday, 10:12 PM
    • will8989
      Reply to Scroll Saw Shells
      by will8989
      I usually don’t use plywood, but I think it works beautifully with these patterns. On my to do list in January.
      Yesterday, 10:02 PM
    • will8989
      Reply to Back in the saddle again
      by will8989
      I enlarge and shrink patterns all time. I use rapid resizer. I did locate some scrap wood that would be perfect for the smaller size. I also mad some of the nativity Steve had a week ago. I’m taking stuff to the market for feedback. Of the 11 ornaments I took last week I came home with 3. Guess you...
      Yesterday, 09:59 PM
    • will8989
      Reply to Starting again
      by will8989
      And to do something different. I’m trying to schedule part or a whole day to bowl grinding. Of course, we had a 7 year old visitor most of the day as he had a half day today. So much for using the grinder. instead I put a bandaid on a scratch on his elbow so he “wouldn’t bleed to death”. Than...
      Yesterday, 09:55 PM
    Working...
    X