The end of the year and start of another.
The end of 2018 and start of 2019 has seen us busier than ever, and it's awesome! Apologies for lack of updates the past few months, but we've been working too much to stop and write about the roses. It's winter, so that is definitely helping us out; fewer sweltering shops and a lot more easy breathing out and about. Easy breathing when there's no various forms of respiratory illness anyway....
We've installed light fixtures, done IT work just about everywhere, and serviced multiple theaters, schools, and shops. Our goal for this year is going to be cleaning up and restructuring/reorganizing/rebuilding parts of the shop to be both clean and efficient instead of just being a massive multi-workspace storage and junk area that we work on machines. Should be able to allow us to work on more than one machine at a time, and a cleaner space to handle smaller parts.
If we still have your machines for an overhaul, they are getting worked on, but may have been overlooked due to off-site work. Our greatest apologies for that! As long as we're in-state, we're looking to catch up on those once our workspace is better suited to taking apart and overhauling machines.
Here's to a cleaner, healthier, and better organized year!
Here's a picture of the paint booth (that's not ours), where we replaced all the light fixtures from fluorescent bulbs to LED panels. We're also going to be working on our own shop to have something similar. Hooray for going greener!
Your sewing machine guy:
I am a Jack-of-Most-Trades that was roped into working on sewing machines, and managed to find a knack for it. I love hilarity, fixing things that are broken, video games, dogs, cats, most other creatures, and sleep. Especially sleep. On here you'll usually find tidbits about recent visits or ADORABLE CREATURES THAT LOVE ON ME WHILE I WORK. There may be ancient machines, there may be unique machines.