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    Quote Originally Posted by Trioxide View Post
    What did you use in your jig that the hole of the J Channel goes in to control your spacing? I have tried but not found anything that fits good.
    I used a compression "F" connector for RG6 coax wire. I drilled a hole slightly smaller and hammered it into my wooden jig.

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    You attached the j- channel to PVC frame for around your windows? Last I made PVC frames for my door and windows and zip tied the pixels to that but couldn't get all the pixels to stay straight. I am planning on mounting them in j - channel this year for straight lines around everything. I was going to see if I can do without the PVC frames and attach the j - channel right to the house (I have old aluminum siding that might get replaced next year anyway).
    Last edited by codec101; 07-09-2017 at 02:56 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by codec101 View Post
    You attached the j- channel to PVC frame for around your windows? Last I made PVC frames for my door and windows and zip tied the pixels to that but couldn't get all the pixels to stay straight. I am planning on mounting them in j - channel this year for straight lines around everything. I was going to see if I can do without the PVC frames and attach the j - channel right to the house (I have old aluminum siding that might get replaced next year anyway).
    Yes, I zip tied them but I had problems with the J-Channel sliding around on the PVC pipe. So I put some self tapping screws into the slots on the J-Channel and screwed them into the PVC to keep it from sliding around. Worked well.

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    I thought I would share a picture of my installation using J channel. I am quite pleased with the results. The plastic J channel is held up with a combination of magnets for the top of the garage door, brick clips for the verticals, and aluminum J channel pivoted into the soffit.




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    Very nice! I just started drilling holes the other night, still need to install all the pixels in them. Already worked out how I'm attaching them around my windows and door. Everything looks cleaner in straight lines :-D
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    Are those on 2" centers? (If you said it earlier, I didn't see it.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by algerdes View Post
    Are those on 2" centers? (If you said it earlier, I didn't see it.)
    1.5" centres


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    Quote Originally Posted by pburton View Post
    1.5" centres
    Thanks. I will be watching for how they look all lit up.
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