3 Key Questions to Ask Before Starting a CNC Business

So you’d like to start a CNC or machine shop business?

As a lifelong entrepreneur, I don’t blame you. I’ve always loved owning my own business.

But, starting a business can be risky. You want to do everything in your power to reduce that risk to manageable levels.

In my latest CNC Chef video for Cutting Tool Engineering Magazine, I present three questions you should ask and answer, with some homework, before you go any further.

For more on starting and marketing a new business, check out my entrepreneur’s blog at bobwarfield.com. I want to teach everyone what I’ve learned as an entrepreneur with seven companies under my belt.

I’ve even created a special “Start Here” page that presents the best of the articles, to give you a great starting place.

This post first appeared on the CNC Cookbook blog.



Bob Warfield

Bob Warfield is the founder of the popular CNCCookbook blog and author of G-Wizard, the leading feeds and speeds calculator.

One thought on “3 Key Questions to Ask Before Starting a CNC Business

  • March 6, 2018 at 1:44 pm

    Bob is right. You can buy good parts or you can buy cheap parts, but you can’t buy good cheap parts.

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