Episode 63

63 - Your Questions Answered

Hosts Jem and Justin tackle your burning queries in this lively AMA episode! They discuss investment in custom work, frame depth cutting dilemmas, debris broom sales, and responsible client-off turning. Hobbyist table saws and creative processes aren't left out either.

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  • Mike - Exclusive Source?
  • Pulpo Build UK - Investment into Custom Work
  • Eric - Clear Irons - Hiring / Custom vs Products
  • Alex - Adjective Frames - Max depth of cut at bit diameter? Or full send and hope for the best? Or full send with cleanup pass?
  • Debris Brooms - Goal just product sales? How do you turn off client work responsibly?
  • "Someone is always willing to go out faster"
  • HelloBobby Lee? - What hobbyist table saw?
  • WedgeEdge - Creative Process


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Jem Freeman

Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia

Like Butter

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Justin Brouillette

Portland, Oregon, USA



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About the Podcast

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Justin Brouillette (Portland CNC) and Jem Freeman (Like Butter) discuss CNC machines, their product design and manufacturing businesses, and every kind of tool that they fancy.

About your hosts

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Jem Freeman

Co-founder and director of Like Butter, a CNC focussed timber design and manufacturing business in their purpose-built solar-powered workshop. Castlemaine, VIC, Australia.
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Justin Brouillette

Founder of Portland CNC & Nack