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  • #31
    I will definitely share my progress as time goes on!

    Bob, like I said before, we are on the same wavelength

    I've got a local wine shop that has a couple of locations carrying a few racks. I haven't really gone out to sell the stuff to shops too much, but that could definitely happen in the future. I like the idea of putting together a pamphlet of what I can do and sending it out to local wine shops and wineries, as we have a pretty nice wine industry a couple hours away up in Traverse City. The personalized plate idea is a good one!

    I've had a few friends bug me to get my bikes into the local harley dealers, and I may do that sometime too. Right now I'm selling them pretty well through my site, and through my site I get close to 100% of the profits Going through dealers/stores I'd get 60-75%. Obviously I could make up for that in volume, but I'm not really into volume yet! I make every single bike different, I name and number each one, and I think that's part of the appeal. That's where me trying "making choices in how I do things" that I mentioned in the last post comes in. I'd like to carve out a niche doing everything one off, and I think I'm off to a decent start. We will see how I maintain!

    Mooseman and Muskt, thanks for checking the site out
    www.facebook.com/browndogwelding

    Blog at TheFabricator.com

    www.browndogwelding.com

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    • #32
      Awesome stuff on that site man. I give huge amounts of credit to you for being creative enough to think some of those things up.
      --Andrew
      Frontline Fabrication

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      • #33
        Originally posted by super95awd View Post
        Awesome stuff on that site man. I give huge amounts of credit to you for being creative enough to think some of those things up.
        Thanks man
        www.facebook.com/browndogwelding

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        www.browndogwelding.com

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        • #34
          I've got a page up for some of my shirts/hats/ect. up. There isn't a tab for it yet on my site, I may mess around with the pics yet, and the sizes are limited right now with the shirts(I need to order some more), but I think I got the basic setup right. Let me know what you think!

          http://www.browndogwelding.com/brown-dog-welding-gear/

          I've got a buddy getting into photography, he took pics of some stuff last week, here are a couple of them just for the heck of it:





          -Josh
          www.facebook.com/browndogwelding

          Blog at TheFabricator.com

          www.browndogwelding.com

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          • #35
            Hey Josh, I like that you got the shirts and beanies up on your site, but I think you should downscale on the wording that describes the cotton blend, etc. TOO LARGE I'm thinking at all other websites that we see (ok, mostly welding), but look at the comparison/size of the fonts for the descriptions, compared to the size of their pics.
            Glad you are doing well with it though, just KEEP IT UP DOOOOGGGGG
            bert
            I'm not late...
            I'm just on Hawaiian Time

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Bert View Post
              Hey Josh, I like that you got the shirts and beanies up on your site, but I think you should downscale on the wording that describes the cotton blend, etc. TOO LARGE I'm thinking at all other websites that we see (ok, mostly welding), but look at the comparison/size of the fonts for the descriptions, compared to the size of their pics.
              Glad you are doing well with it though, just KEEP IT UP DOOOOGGGGG
              bert
              Thanks, I'll look into changing that....and for your viewing pleasure, last weekend's project

              http://www.flickr.com/photos/browndo...7615270540985/





              Last edited by jdustu; 03-17-2009, 10:58 AM.
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              • #37
                New Site is Cool

                Originally posted by jdustu View Post
                It's been a few months in the works, but my new site is up and it turned out pretty sweet. Let me know what you think!

                www.browndogwelding.com

                -josh
                The boy definitely has talent.

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                • #38
                  yeah! the boy has talent!!! Best I could do, is making a stick man out of 1/4" round bar.....lol.....and a washer......
                  I'm not late...
                  I'm just on Hawaiian Time

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                  • #39
                    Thanks guys

                    I did a dragster and another bike last week, pics are up on the site!

                    If anyone is on Twitter, look me up under BrownDogWelding
                    www.facebook.com/browndogwelding

                    Blog at TheFabricator.com

                    www.browndogwelding.com

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                    • #40
                      I spent some time cleaning up my myspace page tonight:www.myspace.com/browndogwelding

                      And feel free to check out me out here too: Brown Dog Welding facebook

                      www.facebook.com/browndogwelding

                      Blog at TheFabricator.com

                      www.browndogwelding.com

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                      • #41
                        I have my "merchandise" page(hats, shirts) linked on my main menu now. I cleaned the page up a bit, although in the future I'll get some pics that are all the same size to neaten it up farther.

                        I also got a little bd "favicon" (that little icon by the address bar) added.....a little touch, but I'm digging it

                        http://www.browndogwelding.com/brown-dog-welding-gear/
                        www.facebook.com/browndogwelding

                        Blog at TheFabricator.com

                        www.browndogwelding.com

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                        • #42
                          Nice Work

                          I really like your belt buckles. I am in a welding class and I was wondering where you get your blank belt buckles. I would like to create a couple ones for my self. I found a few online but they are kind of expensive. Thanks a lot.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by corey5521 View Post
                            I really like your belt buckles. I am in a welding class and I was wondering where you get your blank belt buckles. I would like to create a couple ones for my self. I found a few online but they are kind of expensive. Thanks a lot.
                            I make/form them myself




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                            • #44
                              Great.
                              I didn't know dogs were metal heads, too.
                              Millermatic 211 AutoSet w/MVP
                              Century 110 volt 90/110 MIG-Gone to my son, in Texas
                              Victor SuperRange OA
                              Milwaukee Cold Cut Saw
                              Milwaukee Portable Deep Cut Bandsaw
                              Milwaukee Hole Hawg
                              Jet Horizontal/Vertical Bandsaw
                              Jet MD-18 Mill Drill
                              Orbit Drill Press
                              12 Ton Floor Press
                              2002 E-350 V-10:
                              1983 F-150 4.9L 6
                              2004 Honda ST1300
                              2007 Suzuki LTA400F Quad
                              1997 Suzuki DR650

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by ligito View Post
                                Great.
                                I didn't know dogs were metal heads, too.
                                The lack of opposable thumbs and smell of burning hair are the only drawbacks

                                A couple of this week's projects:







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