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I think Frank has out done his bad self when it comes to video production. I always enjoy watching his videos.

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I seen him before when he built a Joe’s router table called the Evolution. Then he sold it and assembled the Pro CNCrouterparts kit .
Pretty cool guy imo , and certainly goes out of his way for his videos .
How I’d like to have a shop that size
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Did you see his latest, the eyeball? I'm pretty sure I've seen all of his videos and some several times - he's fantastic! His woodworking is very good, his shop enviable, and his video skills are exceptional.


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Wow that is amazing . So David , you building one soon?
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The jar solution isn't really practical unless you're canning your own stuff. Better a front bar that holds things in place during a quake. Why not varying the height of the french cleats?

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Wow that is amazing . So David , you building one soon?
It would definitely be a fun project, Rick, but not even on my next 20 year bucket list. My friends who want me to build guitars for them would hang me by my thumbnails if I did something like that without finishing their guitars first! LOL!

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The jar solution isn't really practical unless you're canning your own stuff. Better a front bar that holds things in place during a quake. Why not varying the height of the french cleats?
He does his own canning. Has a video but I haven't watched it.
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He does his own canning. Has a video but I haven't watched it.
It's a good video, as well. Shocking, right?

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What I like about Frank is sometimes things don't go as planned. Does that sound familiar to any of you? So he has to make changes to his plan. I like to see him explain what and why he does that.
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What I like about Frank is sometimes things don't go as planned. Does that sound familiar to any of you? So he has to make changes to his plan. I like to see him explain what and why he does that.
I like that about Frank, as I noticed hes not afraid to say hes made a mistake , or hed do something differently if he did it again.
I always get a chuckle when I watch him laugh at the end of a sentence. Quite a character.

I heard more than once , that Frank was given a Pro 8x4 router table from CNCrouterparts. He must have a lot of traffic on his YouTube channel
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