If you can swing the purchase, and it will make you a profit, then I would say that not doing so is unbusiness like. I’m kinda wondering that if you do get it, use it, you may start to really like it. Two years from now you could be making a post that goes “why did I wait so long” LOLOL I’m interested in following along with your journey.
I really go back and forth on the subject, Artie. I go from one to the other, and yet, I know that since the [email protected]
$$ season is well on it's way, it would be a good time for Ken to learn the machine, and yadda, yadda, ya. The biggest hurdle is getting the funding to do this; and yet, (here we go again) Ken and his situation almost mandates it. I have the free version of Aspire, but not being the interface that I'm used to, I'm having difficulty maneuvering around in it, to make what I want, which is also a struggle. Ah, well.
Of course, before we even do this, I have to get the space better utilized in the shop, which is a regular conversation Ken and I have. I need to make/purchase stands that take up less room, but will be multi-functional. In a perfect world, I would go out the shop, take inventory of the tools we have, make a plan for said tools, and create/purchase what would be the most advantageous for the shop in saving space, and functionality. However, we aren't in a perfect world, and when I get out to the shop, there are a million and one things to do, (usually things that include making sawdust, not organizing/planning) and so there we are, in the same boat we started in. Of course, sitting here, perusing around on the forums to see what's what, doesn't get anything done, either.... *shrug*
Currently, I'm working on the yard decorations for the front yard for Halloween. (Almost done. Two skeletons, a bigger black cat, and some bats to hang from the tree.) Next year, I'll do more gravestones, but Ken wanted some to light up this year, so we purchased some from Lowe's. Once done with those, I need to get to making the decorations to that go in the yard for that "other" holiday that people started talking about before September was over.
As for following me through the adventure... who knows: it may turn into one helluva rollercoaster ride, (as things never go smoothly like we plan.)