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Geometric Innovations LLC

Listing #1393   Listed on: 09/04/2012


Geometric Innovations LLC is an Oklahoma City based one-man-shop founded by Jarrett Maxwell in 2009 that specializes in the design and construction of custom furniture items in all styles. I work primarily with solid wood and veneers and incorporate metal, glass, and electrical components in some designs. Geometric Innovations serves customers in a variety of categories including residential, commercial, designers, and architects.

I use a variety of construction methods that depend on the design of a given piece. I tend to employee traditional joinery that is primarily created using modern powered equipment while using hand tools when necessary.

I began in my garage and then moved into 1,250 sq. ft. of commercial space in mid 2009. In October of 2011 I moved into a 2,500 sq. ft. shop. The additional space has proved quite useful as I now have room to move around. I designed the layout of the shop to have a work flow so that raw wood is stacked on a rack and then moves around the room in a circular manner from jointer, planer, table saw, shaper, band saw, miter saw, router, assembly bench, finish room, and then to finished product storage.

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Martin T-71 Sliding Table Saw
Variety of wood waiting to be milled
Work benches
Overview of shop from the bay door
Exotic Wood Lamp
Exotic Wood Serving Buffet
Exotic Wood Coffee Table
Company Name:   Geometric Innovations LLC
Contact Name:   Jarrett Maxwell
Location:   Oklahoma City, OK  73114
Year Founded:   2008
Sq. Footage:   2,500
Employees:   1
Gross Sales:   N/A
Website:   www.geometricinnovations.com

Product Specialties:
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Furniture - Custom Furniture
    Furniture - Furniture Designers

Shop Equipment:
    Delta - Contractor Table Saw
    Martin - T-71 Sliding Table Saw
    Delta - 15" Planer
    Delta - 3/4" Spindle Shaper
    Powermatic - 8" Jointer
    Other - Agazzani 24" Bandsaw
    Other - Generic Drill Press
    FESTOOL - Kapex Miter Saw
    Dewalt - 10" Sliding Compound Miter Saw
    Dewalt - Drills and orbital sanders
    Porter Cable - Routers and biscuit joiners
    Other - Woodriver Benchtop Mortise Machine
    Other - Jet Oscillating Spindle Sander
    Other - Oneida Air Systems Pro 2000 Dust Collector



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This layout saves me much time but I somehow still manage to use my outfeed tables as work benches and storage areas which is counter productive. Old habits are hard to break!

While not opposed to growing the business to have employees, I enjoy the solitude of working alone with my hands, but a typical day requires more than just working with wood, such as phone calls, material runs, bidding jobs, meeting with clients, etc... etc... I try to spend at least 4 to 6 hours a day actually working with wood bringing designs to reality.

I entered this career after completing a Masters degree in music. I worked for a home builder while in school and was hired by my primary professor to remodel his kitchen. I ended up becoming self employed in the process. Being dissatisfied with general remodel work, I gradually narrowed my focus into furniture after realizing that I enjoy the design aspect of wood working just as much as the construction. I could not be happier with this decision!

My personal goal is to build a reputation as a furniture designer as much as a furniture builder.

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