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    Default Re: New Coro Eave, Window Frame, and other use Pixel/RGB Holder.

    It's sad, but I did leave mine out for an entire year. I did it for multiple reasons. One to see how well the RGB nodes and the coro would fair being exposed to the sun for a year. The coro did fine, it wasn't as nice as new coro but it worked.

    Yes, you can paint the coro and get great results with the Fusion paints from Krylon. The added benefit of painting the coro is you get a barrier that protects it from UV deterioration since coro doesn't come in UV Stabilized.

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    Thanks. I am thinking mainly about the ones mounted 20-25 foot up in the air and my house faces east so that would help out some.

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    Count me in fot a batch of these. I'd use them to surround our house, the window frames and the door frames. 4' split should pose no problem for me. Looking forward to seeing these offered.
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    Default Re: New Coro Eave, Window Frame, and other use Pixel/RGB Holder.

    Would you do these to fit pixabulbs as well? I've been trying to think of a way I can put them up under the eaves, and this could be the ticket.

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    James,
    Have you been able to get your store up and running so I can place an order for a few things.
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    As usual another fantastic idea from James!
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    Quote Originally Posted by grump010 View Post
    James,
    Have you been able to get your store up and running so I can place an order for a few things.
    They have to go and put the new buttons on the regular pages then you can navigate to the store. It is still a work in progress but we are getting more stuff loaded. Shipping is a huge pain and we are just going to kill the shipping calculator and invoice that separately. Just no good way to make the system work without it charging you an crazy number on some things.

    It can be found at www.BoscoyoStudio.com/products we have all the strips listed but need to document the newer products so we can get them published.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody929 View Post
    Would you do these to fit pixabulbs as well? I've been trying to think of a way I can put them up under the eaves, and this could be the ticket.
    What if we did these in the PixaBulb Strip material and added an extra 1.5" to the top to give that mounting surface? So it would be about 3" wide, the bottom half would have bulb mounting holes and then put the 1/8" mounting holes on both the top and bottom? The coro will be cheaper material, more to ship whereas the ABS would be more of a material cost and cheaper to ship since it can be rolled. But the ABS is more of a forever product IMO. The ABS would be in the $4.50 range per 8' vs. $3.00 range for the coro. Both would need a pipe frame but the ABS could be attached to the fascia and span a lot further than the coro.

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    I'd be interested in the ABS. And if I'm not mistaken the ABS could have some UV protection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OriginalHotrodder View Post
    I'd be interested in the ABS. And if I'm not mistaken the ABS could have some UV protection.
    Yes, our ABS will come in both Black and White and will be treated with a UV Inhibitor during the sheet manufacturing process.

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