Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Inside Unity...A day in the life....

Chris and I - Working together every day in opposite job descriptions. He is manufacturing and operation, I am design and promotion.
Shelves of our mounting system - now almost ready to go!

Cooking rubber in the vulcanizer building up our inventory for release!


Packaging Tabs ready to be assembled into kits



Un-Mounted red rubber ready to be tagged and completed




Bins of inventory -Perfectly cut stamps all ready to go!


Inventory of wood cassettes...


Hard at work in my office....



You know you are official when you have a time clock...


Outside of Unity.










20 comments:

irisbleu said...

Thanks for showing. It's nice to see the works place where everything comes together.

Queen of Paper said...

oh how fun! this was a great idea. I love how you have everything set up! thanks for sharing this :)

Penny said...

How lovely to have a peek into your company - very interesting ! The sheer quantities are amazing!

AJ said...

FUN!!! How cool to see the behind the scenes!!

Shannan Teubner said...

It's awesome to see the "behind the scenes" stuff!

Becky Carafa said...

So interesting, thanks for sharing! I love this kind of stuff!

KAP said...

It is so awesome to see the inner workings of this "well-oiled machine". Don't forget to get some sleep too.

Nettie said...

Awesome behind the scene shots. You certainly look ready to handle it all! I placed a review on my site check it out.

http://downthepapertrail.blogspot.com/2008/04/unity-is-in-house.html

Thanks for the candy can't wait to play more.

Nettie

Patter Cross said...

Wow, I love looking at your pictures! This is so fun to see "behind the scenes." Thanks for sharing with us!

twinkletoe said...

So thats how it all works. How interesting!!

Laura said...

Oh how fun angela!!!!! i LOVED seeing behind the scenes at unity!!! :)

niki meiners said...

What a unique look inside!

Christi Snow said...

this is awesome to see...wow, that is seriously huge!!! LOVE IT!!! smiles...

Theresa said...

I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed this post. This is my second time reading it through...I have looked at it several times too! Anyway, it is very interesting seeing how you have started up Unity Stamps. I have "heard" how stamps are made but now I can SEE them and the amount of work that goes into them. Thank you for sharing this information. I am getting excited about your opening! I can't wait to try your innovative sets! Thanks for sharing.
Theresa

croppin carla said...

Wow those are great pictures of all the hard work that you guys do. Thanks for sharing!

Betsy said...

What a great tour! Those bins of rubber are leaving me drooling, though...congrats on the soon-to-be product review on SCS! I'll definitely be watching for it...

Hugs,
MSBetsyZ

Kim's Life said...

Wow, what a set up!!!! Very impressive!!!

Anne said...

This was absolutely fascinating - it's not something I've ever given thoguht to, how my stamps are produced, but that tour around your plant was quite an eye opener! You should have 'Open Days'! Does it smell bad in there with all that cooking rubber?

liannallama said...

wow--it looks great! Thanks for the tour!

shadows of life said...

oh, i'm so excited for you & it's sooo fun to see where all the magic happens! :)

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