Monthly Archives: May 2011

Our Lead Time & Sale Items

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We’re done moving, and as usual it took twice as long as planned. We’ve also expanded our workforce and our lead time is now 2-4 weeks at the moment. I’ve been hoping to lower it since 2009 and it’s finally happened! Let us know if you have rush orders and we’ll see what we can do.

Ironworker console $1195 (regularly $1650)
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We’ve Moved and We’re Hiring Welders / Fabricators

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All this week we were moving to our new shop located in downtown Phoenix. We’ll have it all setup next week. ¬†Our lead time has been 4-6 weeks for too long and my goal is to get it to 2-4 weeks. We are also hiring welders with fabrication experience so please spread the word if you know somebody. Hard workers with good attitudes will be compensated for their effort!

EDIT: We’ve found several great people and are no longer hiring at the moment.

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We’re Moving to a Historic Industrial Space!

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I wanted to say thank you to all of our customers! With your help, we’ve outgrown our current space. Our new downtown Phoenix shop is in a historic warehouse that is currently being restored by owner Michael Levine. Our shop will be 4000 sf with room to expand to 20,000. This place is what Vintage Industrial is all about. This amazing building was designed by the architect (and Frank Lloyd Wright student) who did the Scottsdale Valley Ho.

We are currently hiring which will cut down on our 4-6 week lead time on custom orders (we’re shooting for 2-4 weeks) and allow for more new product development. And we found around 3 dozen original wooden gear molds that vary from big to huge! Hope to have these cataloged and up for sale soon. Thanks again for all of your support and stay tuned for more pictures and maybe a grand opening party!

Vintage Industrial Store Sign

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Been working on a sign for our new shop. The pictures show the progress. It’s close to finished in the last 3 pics. If you are looking for custom signage for your retail space, office, restaurant or home, let me know what you are looking for and I’ll see what we can do. This will hopefully be hanging at our new shop next week. Why have a boring typical sign like everybody else? We can also do them with a distressed paint job.

This sign is 8′ x 3′ and it’s built like a tank.