I am looking for some advice from anyone running their own business/shop woodworking
Ive been doing woodworking for a good few years now, ive built a small workshop and considering slowly taking on some projects with the hope of moving to doing this full time at some point
Im currently contracting in IT so I am pretty good with software, been using fusion 360 for 3d printing projects and looking at buying a CNC next
Im not planning on making the full move for a couple of years as i need some time building up the capital in the company for a propper shed(ive land out the back for it), machines etc.. but i want to get an idea of how much I could pull in if i was doing well say after 3-5 years running my own shop
My thoughts on this are running a couple of CNC machines from the shop making doors etc for cabinet makers while the CNC machines are doing their thing working on my own projects for customers
I have it pretty cushie now, working from home past 5 years around 25 to 30 hours a week pulling in stupid money but there is something missing sitting behind a desk making things you never see or can touch.
I am aware it will be a big hit on the income but i am curious at what i could be pulling in eventually all going well doing something i enjoy
Hope that makes sense any advice or thoughts welcome