We set up shop back in our basement in 2009 as a hobby. Most of our early products were built for our own home or to simply learn and fine tune our craftsmanship.
In 2010, we expanded from a hobby to a small business, and then in 2015 we took the next step and formed an LLC. The shop has expanded to its own separate building on our property, with many upgrades in machinery. Today we have the capability to turn wood with a lathe, do intricate designs on a scroll saw, and many different kinds of creations on a CNC machine. One of our best investments has been a Sawstop Professional cabinet saw which has all the features of a full size saw as well as the added benefit of technology that can prevent the accidental severing of fingers and hands!
Throughout the site, you notice I use the term “we”. My name is Tim Cannon, and I am the sole woodcrafter in the family and sole proprietor of Cannon Custom Woodworking, LLC. My wife, Cindi Cannon, wears several hats. First, she is the Chief Inspector. She really does have an eye for details and is especially helpful during design. While my focus is more on the technical aspects of woodcrafting, Cindi comes at it from a user experience. A dining chair might look great but when you sit in it and it and can’t reach the table top, it’s not a good user experience.