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Andy Anderson

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  1. Just in time for the 4th I completed my 13 CCR pvc frame for a matrix. I used 1/2 inch pvc. It is 16 feet wide and 5 feet tall. I used 2 1/2 inch deck screws in the uprights to hold the CCRs which are attached to 1/2 inch EMT conduit. I made the frame so the bottom CCR would be up out of the snow if I decide to use this for Christmas. The CCRs are the same ones I use at Christmas for my tree. I just laid them horizontally on the frame. Yes, I still have Christmas decorations up. Andy
  2. If you are still sharing, please send me the link. andy1@nexet.net Thank you. Andy
  3. Larry, What spacing did you use for your matrix?
  4. Robocrash, Looking forward to meeting you tomorrow. Andy & Matthew
  5. Al, We have have several new people this year. Go ahead and bring your gift package. It is almost here. See you on Saturday. Andy
  6. rjmcmasters All right, Matthew & I are looking forward to meeting you. Just three days away. Andy
  7. Just one week until the Virginia Mini. We have several sponsors that have donated gift certificates and door prizes. Matthew and I are looking forward to seeing everyone again. Light O Rama Christmas Light Show Supratec CDI (Paul Sessel) 3G Lighting Christmas Done Bright WOW Lights
  8. I was wondering that myself when I was trying to figure out how to put my CCRs horizontal. Has anyone done this yet? Would like to see some pictures if you have.
  9. That is definitely nice. Looks like I may be making something new again.
  10. EvilM0nkey, Hope you make it out to the mini. Matthew and I look forward to meeting you.
  11. Good job on building the CCR frame. Thank you for sharing the pictures.
  12. The 8th Annual Virginia Mini will be held on Saturday, May 16, 2015. Matthew Satterwhite has graciously offered to host the mini this year. The location will be Hanover Academy located at 115 Frances Road in Ashland, VA 23005. Hanover Academy is just off I95 in Ashland which is on the north side of Richmond. The minis are an excellent opportunity to meet with other Christmas lighting enthusiasts to share ideas, design plans, implementation, sequencing or just to meet other with the same goals in Christmas lighting displays. We want to allow time for everyone attending to introduce th
  13. I bought 5 great sequences from Dave for $35. They were worth every penny I spent. I would never have gotten that quality of a sequence doing it myself.
  14. I also made one of the Winfield ferris wheels. It uses wooden gears and you need to be a good woodworker (which I am not) to get the gears cut out correctly. I ended up using a belt and pulley system. It is a good set of plans and is a popular item in my display.
  15. Thank you for sharing. I downloaded several sequences.
  16. Please send me a copy. Thank you for sharing. andy1@nexet.net
  17. Just ordered this sequence. Dave does good work. This will make the 5th sequence I have ordered from him.
  18. Please send me a copy also. Thank you for sharing. andy1@nexet.net
  19. Please send me a copy. Thank you for sharing. andy1@nexet.net
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