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 12-11-2003, 11:47 Post: 70827
Thanos
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Hallo to every one. I am Thanos From Greece, and i have the opportunity to establish a workshop in Athens where i plan to join and paint furniture. The furniture will be imported from Pakistan, and as my bank needs a buisnes plan, i need to know what kind of machinery i 'll need, how big the workshop has to be and any other usefullo detail. I remind you that the furniture will be sent unjoined and with no polish. If somebody can help me, my E-mail is Thanos_Athanasiadis hotmail.com Thanks in advance.






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 12-14-2003, 15:31 Post: 71146
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Furniture takes up space and the operations require some areas for prep and painting. I guess the number of units you want to do/month is also a question.
A friend of mine bought out an operation in MS. He has a 40,000 sq ft (~ 4000 sq.m) facility, with 20 ft ceilings and it was packed. He also had 8 60 ft (20m) truck trailer loads of material and some remaining at the facility that he bought the material from. He was only assembling examples of each variety he had.
You would need a paint booth depending on the type of finish you are applying. Bare minimum you need a clean area to paint in. Size of the unit would also be dictated by your dry times and through put.
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