Hi all. This is really not woodworking related, but I thought I would share with you guys the Frey History.. Well maybe in Curly Fry Technology.. Anyways I have created my father a youtube page for his company and what services he provides. Now that I’m older he is letting me have more freedom with his company, and letting me bring the future to his company. Those baby boomers can’t let go of the past…LOL… Your a freaking Hippie DAD : ) He’s always saying I’m a better business man then he is. I don’t think so, he’s been doing 100,000’s jobs. since 1985. Me NOOOO. Not let anyways. Anyways my Dad and Grandad started FREY TURBODYNAMICS LTD. in 1985. Portland, OR. USA. My Grandfather was a mechanical /design Engineer, rest his soul. He passed away on Sept 11 2012. My father is a mechanical Engineer. With both those brains they were on a constant high to invent and create. Food processing got into the picture.. Still don’t know how that happened. Anyways in 1990 they were contacted by a company called….. Classified… At the time about 6 companies were competing to create the mass production curly fry machine. My dad told me how secretive it was. He told me all drawings had to be sent in a classified envelope with break seal. Not once could my father contact through the phone. All inquires and talks had to be person to person… My father said the last time he dealt with such a secret project, was when he was in the Army Core of Engineers and was working on a nuclear sub somewhere in the Navade desert. Anyways after 2 years passed the product was done. The Water Turbine Curly Fry machine was born, and my fathers machines were serving the public curly fires. CHINA DON’T YOU THINK ABOUT TAKING THIS IDEA. THIS BABY WILL ALWAYS BE AMERICAN MADE…! The curly fries you get at ARBY’S and HARDIES, and even curly fries in England and Down Under AU are made by his machines. Anyways if you got a second check out the link to the youtube page. Also theres a video attached about FREY TURBODYNAMICS LTD.
Why have I made woodworking a profession?
Thanks, Michael Frey