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    Default FDMC bio featuring ShopBot

    Here's a write-up in FDMC publication. Features the ShopBot, in addition to several other machines and the processes I utilize. Moreover, I do express what I feel are very valid reasons to select a ShopBot. It is indeed still an ideal fit for my business model.

    I'm a fairly humble guy normally - don't mean to toot my own horn here, but it is a bit of good news I wanted to share, as I thought some of you may find it interesting.

    https://www.woodworkingnetwork.com/f...quality-custom

    Jeff

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    Great article Jeff!

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    Very nice Jeff! Great setup you have. You are in the niche I always wanted. Ended up mainly designing and building cabinetry. I do get to add a little creativity, but not like you do. I hope the article gets you lots of business going forward. Good Luck!!
    Don
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    If you make something idiot proof, all they do is create a better idiot.

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    A good read Jeff....and well deserved recognition!!
    Well Done, and thanks for posting it!
    scott
    Scott P.
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    Jeff, I am very glad to hear you are doing well and have a thriving business. Wonderful article.

    Phil ORourke.

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    Good read, I liked the full scope of it. Congrats! Russ
    AKA: Da Train Guy

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    Very nice article. Thanks for posting.

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