Originally Posted by LINEARX
Is this a make believe thread or is there actually a guy named Eric H in Cincinnati Ohio, talking with hundreds of members plus working hand in Hand with Parts Express PLUS running back and forth between his home, work shop, and a CNC company all in an attempt to keep hundreds of orders for hundreds of boxes of hundreds of different dimensions all balanced and being delivered to the right partEEES????
Either way, it's fun reading.
What happens in chapter two?
It's not quite as smooth as that.
The past month has certainly been tough getting everything flowing properly. Once the kits are figured out, and packaging is figured out, it's not too hard packaging a few things each day. But when all those SEOS kits were done around the same time, it was pretty tough keeping things organized. Actually really tough. But the good thing is....there's not much of anything to do during the winter for a landscape company. Usually I'm not doing much of anything, so this is actually more fun than past years.
Last week and some of this week one of my friends helped me clean up the area where I store the stuff at. Things are better organized now and should flow much easier.
Chapter 2? Well I don't really know. I'd say I'm about maxxed out for what I can currently do once the sub boxes are going smoothly. They could be the breaking point!
So who knows what happens after all of that. I only really hang out on the AVS forum, so even though there's a lot of kits, not very many people actually know they exist. And it's not very hard to just drive up to PE, pick things up and package them with some flat packs.