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Watch my first ever CNC project here: https://youtu.be/3BcK8THdvEg

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Welcome to the official April Wilkerson YouTube channel! I’m April and I’m the creator of Wilker Do’s. I am an obsessed DIYer and Woodworker. I’m not professional or have any training, so I just pick the project I want to tackle and figure it out step by step. On this channel you will find a variety of content like DIY home improvement, How-To’s, construction, design and more!

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  1. April you need to consult a manufacturing engineer with knowledge of the Toyota Production System. There appear to be a ton of ways for you to even further improve your operation. And you seem to have great start. You already have a Kaizen mentality.

  2. Wao ? good to see your work mam,
    I'm also a cnc programmer and I want set my business like you … But lack of time ,I'm not doing this .. and finally I decided to do my own business like you .. please mam motivate mee ..make my work

  3. You could make yourself vacuum beds for the other machines on the shop sabre, (Psst, the pro408 can cut a 5×10 sheet, idunno if the is408 is the same but its plenty to make a larger than 4×8 vacuum table) So worth it to eliminate the entire de-tabbing process.

  4. April I purchased a set of your templates for Adirondack swivel high bar stool .But I am not a mind reader I received just the plastic template no instructions at all so the templates are useless to me.I think you should give good direction on how many pieces I need and were the pieces go .Will will give a F for customer care or is this a quick way to make a buck.I like to follow you projects but you need to give good directions please.Thank you !!!

  5. Screw a bar across all those hold downs that pivot. If the bar is stiff enough, you would only need a bolt at each end of the hold downs. Same effect, a fraction of the work.

  6. I've just stumbled across your videos, it's amazing what you've done in 6years, what was your background previously? And how did the evolution of your business happen?

    Strangely as a 24year old i retrained as an engineer in the UK and my first job was as a sign fitter where the company used cnc routers and it always made me want to learn it, they wouldnt teach me and soon i left there to be a welder/blacksmith…. well tomorrow i start my first day as a CNC trainee operative leaning about routers, laser and water cutters, 3 and 5 axis mills and even more… i cant wait (and can you believe being a trainee pays more than being a blacksmith) when i was becoming a blacksmith i was putting together a workshop to hopefully start my own things and would hope i can now use my extra money to buy the small router to add to it. Any advice regarding starting out? I would love to get into something to do with metal rather than wood so that it compliments my abilities already but my new job is both wood and metal so i suppose i will be able to learn both and follow the one with more progression opportunity

  7. I have followed you ever since your first video on YouTube. I have subscribed on and off, but always kept an eye at what you've been doing. It was clear from the beginning that you were very ambitious. You are the Lara Croft of wood working… I wish you all the best…

  8. I worked in a manufacturing facility for several years and to save labor and time you can build a a sled and run your vacum through it with a manual valve, then run a program and while you are managing material (offloading) the program will run and vacuuming the table so when you return the table it is ready for next sheet. For us, we eliminated a lot of idle machine time. And found we increased several cycles / day.

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