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Santas Helper

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About Santas Helper

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  • Birthday 09/11/1964

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    http://www.bricktownamusement.com

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  • Location
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
  • Biography
    I enjoy Haunted Houses and Christmas.
  • Interests
    Christmas and Halloween, TSO, Mannheim Steamroller, Rock-n-roll. Building props for both seasons.
  • Occupation
    FAA Electronic Technician (comm equipment)- and amusement ride owner
  • About my display
    An animated light show in front of my business and runs year round.
    Home display is all LED with 33' mega tree with over 10,000 leds. Over 160 channels thru LOR.

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  1. Do you know "turnemd" from Ponca City, Oklahoma?

  2. Hey greg, I know your daughter took some pics of the event. Any way to post them here?
  3. If it were me, I would hook up directly to my DC board and not use the brain or multicontroller. The three RGB wires to the neg terminals (example channels 1, 2 & 3) and common wire to any pos terminal (example channel 1) all using terminal lugs.
  4. Which controller are you using? Per the web site. Connect these lights to our Rainbow Brain, MultiController or any DC lighting controller and watch the RGB magic come to life!
  5. And A very good point I overlooked. A BIG THANK YOU to Michael of 3G Lighting Creations and Doug of Wireframe D'Lites for supplying the door prizes. I was very impressed with the donation and the great quality of your products. Again, THANK YOU!!!
  6. Well another GREAT mini down in the history books. Just wanted to say THANK YOU Greg and Maggie for hosting it again this year at your house. AND for all the goodies brought from others (Johnnies Sweet Creations, your treats are killer!!!) It was great seeing everyone and meeting new folks. And seeing some projects is always great. Mr. Holland, your LEDs are super powerful. Good grief, a mega 100w LED that could light up a whole town. That is kicking butt my friend. Thank you for bringing your works of art. And then some demos from several members is always a plus to see in action
  7. BTW, can someone use a 12' wooden ladder? How about incan mini lights? All colors (a bunch of them). Or snow flakes, star, helicopter and other wireframes? Lots of rope lights (a bunch of them)? Various Christmas decor stuff? If so, that's some stuff I'm bringing. As mentioned earlier, I really don't want to bring it back home.
  8. Tomorrow!!! I have my trailer loaded up. I hope to pass on some good deals to folks that can use them. See everyone tomorrow!!!
  9. If it's not too much trouble, I would like to see it in action. I would like to see what you did and what you have.
  10. LOL It sure is. I plan to sleep half the time just to make this week go by faster
  11. Welcom Orchidman, Yes, bring that laptop and what ever else you want. I'll probably learn something out of the mix myself.
  12. Dang it Don. Does it count if I thought about it? I woke up yesterday thinking TWO WEEKS, then I got busy and poof, the day was gone. BUT I did manage to break out stuff I'm gettin rid of and bringing to the mini. So now we can say LESS THAN TWO WEEKS!!! BTW, Happy Easter Everyone!!!
  13. Looking forward to getting blinded by it.
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