Joe Polenchar

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About Joe Polenchar

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  • Birthday 05/24/1953

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Whitehall PA
  • Occupation
    Retired

More About Me

  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    U Tube Vids
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Christmas

LOR Software

  • LOR Software Version
    2.9.4
  • License Level
    Advanced

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  1. Did you install the drivers for the adapter on the new desktop???
  2. +1 Steven is correct.
  3. You need to open the show that you created in the Show Editor first. Then you will be able to make changes and save the new show.
  4. I would fall into this Old School niche also. Not only my light show but I have been training the fleet of hamsters for months to run in the little wheel to turn the generator for power for the show.
  5. Check your messages. I sent you one a week ago about controllers. Thanks, Joe
  6. P M SENT
  7. Nothing here. Have not been able to get a response from him since the funds were transferred.
  8. PM sent
  9. PM sent.
  10. Tom, Love the photos. They look great.
  11. What are the model numbers of the controllers? Are they in cases? A bit more information would be great.
  12. Thanks again for the kind words Tony. As far as it being copied in the UK, I can only hope to get some royalties if it takes off.
  13. Thanks for the kind words Tony. The Marty Fan has been red and white ever since I built it. The fire sticks are eight channels of the amber and the star toppers make each one a total of nine channels. Times that by four and the total channel count of the fire sticks is 36 channels.As far as the white arches, they are 5 channels each. The four arches total 20 channels. The blue fans behind each arch are also 5 channels each. The four blue arches total another 20 channels. As for the construction of the four fans. I made them out of schedule 40 1/2 inch pvc. One 10 foot for the arch of the fan. One 7 foot for the base of the fan and it is joined using two 90 degree joints. I drilled a 1/4 inch hole in the center of the bottom of the cross pvc pipe and used a 5 inch bolt washers and a nut. That is the place all of the strings are wound around for each of the five sections. To get the fan sections to match the arches I measured one section of lights on the arch and transferred that measurement to the fans. I then wound the arches accordingly. I set the arches first and then place the fans behind them and zip tie the fans to the back of each arch. In order to make the fans a bit more stable I pound two 48 inch 1/2 inch re bar in the back of each fan just to the point that the re bar is flush with the top of the fan and zip tie the re bar to each fan. Hope this helps you out. If you have any questions let me know.
  14. Thanks for the kind words Need more lights. Great to hear that you enjoyed the videos.
  15. Thanks for the kind words.