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    Hereís how I wired my Home Depot spiral trees

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdanna77 View Post
    Did you have to create sub models?
    No submodels for me if that question was for me. 62 models and and a tree group is it

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    Quote Originally Posted by uncledan View Post
    I wrapped each one with chicken wire. Not a fun job... These have been part of my display for 10+ years. Started with incans, then dumb rgb nodes and finally pixels. I think I used 2 zipties per spiral wrap so 26 per tree or so. Display is setup so pic isn't that great. https://www.dropbox.com/s/59i6418kig..._2980.jpg?dl=0
    Thanks. I knew they looked to round to just be wrapped around 3 legs of a tomato cage, the chicken wire explains it. I'll have to give it a try. Nice display by the way.

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    Try putting two tomato cages together (one on top of the other) giving you six legs to wrap on.
    Might be easier than wrapping with chicken wire.

    Thomas

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    Quote Originally Posted by thg View Post
    Try putting two tomato cages together (one on top of the other) giving you six legs to wrap on.
    Might be easier than wrapping with chicken wire.

    Thomas
    I tried it and chicken wire works/looks much better. If I could've saved countless hours wrapping them in chicken wire I would've. The chicken wire helps give you something to ziptie to as well.

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