Frame Jig “Hive Hack” In Action

I was assembling some frames today, and thought I should shoot a quick video of how this works.

Just in case my written description in my previous post Frame Jig “Hive Hack” wasn’t enough. Here is a time lapse video of how it works. It should be noted that this was my first time trying to edit, and I also recorded the music my self. It was the best I could do at my kitchen table with my cell phone. Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoy. Let me know if you would be interested in seeing this in real time. I shot another video that didn’t turn out, and 15 frames took about 5 min. to assemble.


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8 comments on “Frame Jig “Hive Hack” In Action
  1. Is this you in the video, yay, you are a TV star!. Nice music too.

    I may have to employ you to do a theme for the red pill report.

    Have a great week.

  2. Great video and it’s cool you played the music yourself!

  3. Why didn’t I think of that?

    • Brian says:

      I finished building enough to fill my orders. It took enough time that I’m not sure I want to offer it again

    • Brian says:

      Sorry for my last reply. I thought I was commenting on a different post. Thanks for you comment Bruce. This method is very efficient for me. I build all of my frames this way.

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