How do you keep it clean????

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by aartwmich, Dec 6, 2002.

  1. aartwmich

    aartwmich Member

    Hmmm... Thanks for the tip Terry.. a music store that sells stage lighting.

    I did check the Cinch website, they show a 15 pin out of stock and they didn't show the polarity patterns, but I will email them if I can't find it locally.
  2. cidchase

    cidchase Active Member

    Hi ITGF,
    Try again,
    look under Cinch.
    Cat. page 323 shows some of the connectors, don't see a 12 pin socket, but the 15 pin are there.
    :) :) :)
  3. aartwmich

    aartwmich Member

    Thanks Cid..I did see that..(see my last post above)
  4. Vic

    Vic Active Member

    Hi Tomboy, So sorry that I may have misled you just a bit....I should have told you that the name of the company is Cinch-Jones.:( I'm so used calling things like that by thier "nicknames" that I just plain forgot that you would not know that
  5. aartwmich

    aartwmich Member

    Yet ANOTHER Update
    if anyones

    Okie the suggestion of one of the electrician dudes at work, I've got all the wires extended using butt splice crimps so the control panel side folds up without disconnecting the 'jones' plugs. YYYAAAYYYY!!!! :p

    I bought some lightweight cloth, hemmed up the edges, sewed some sleeves into it to hold some half by half inch pieces of wood for supports and VIOLA a dust cover that rolls up or out very nicely!!!

    Now that the table is protected from my dirty dusty house I can proceed to spruce it up and continue the sceniking that Dad started so long ago. Course first I'll have to learn to do that sceniking by building a diorama to practice my modeling skills;)

    Thanks for everyones ideas and encouragment in thinking this part of the project thru to completion :D Heres a pic of the table with cover

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  6. Mike R

    Mike R Member

    Aart, you did a fine job.
    The fold-up plywood sections are impressive.
    The back and sides lend themselves very well to that thin-profile "3-D" textured backdrop we discussed by e-mail, and you can fold them out flat for applying the foam materials.
    best regards / Mike:) :cool: :)
  7. TR-Flyer

    TR-Flyer Member

    Hey Aartie:

    Lookin' good! Can't wait to see the rest develop within the frame.

  8. aartwmich

    aartwmich Member

    Thanks Guys.....Mike, I've been thinking just that ;)

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