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    Lawn chair build, Allen or Frank's shop???

    Has Frank's name on the video so wondered if it was his shop?
    Am thinking this is how Allen gets all the production done that he shows though!
    Either way, very neat chair, amazing editing/video. Hope you all enjoy.

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    Yep, seen it but still enjoy the editing...top notch!
    It could definitely be Allen's vid, but was missing the starting gun if Frank was involved
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    That was really neat. The guy has some nice tools too.

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    Another cool one from the same guy...

    http://youtu.be/kV1jKCKoPAo
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    Pretty amazing videography.
    Not my shop. But.........I have been hearing these sounds from my shop at night......
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    Anyone who can train machines like that must have an awesome shop dog.
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    That one was excellent also Vaughn!!
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    Re: Lawn chair build, Allen or Frank's shop???

    Very cool videos thanks for the links. How does he make videos like that. Anyone know how its done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    Very cool videos thanks for the links. How does he make videos like that. Anyone know how its done?

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