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  1. 50 Watt Clear 12V Screw Terminal (G53) Base PAR36...

    50 Watt Clear 12V Screw Terminal (G53) Base PAR36 Narrow Spot Bulb (50PAR36/NSP)

    Look at GE Lightibng. It seems where there were none around in October there are lots ans lots available now. Go...
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    Replacements FOUND! 50 Watt Clear 12V Screw...

    Replacements FOUND! 50 Watt Clear 12V Screw Terminal (G53) Base PAR36 Narrow Spot Bulb (50PAR36/NSP)Look up GE Lighting on the net.
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    Halogen "pancake" spot lights.

    Still trying to find replacements for Halogen pancake lights. Is it that they are not available only in the US? Or, can they be bought in Canada? Kinda stuck here.
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  4. The listserv?

    The listserv?
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    Your opinion requested again

    If you had your choice for general dusting...would you use a feather duster a poly duster of soft cotton cloth?
    Thanks in advance - and no need to make this a complicated answer.
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  6. Acrylic cleaner and polish for vitrenes

    I'm writing to ask what you believe to be the best product for polishing acrylic vitrenes that after a decade of use are showing minor scratching issues.
    Thanks in advance.
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    Leaded Glass

    We have three large leaded glass windows in our museum. Two are showing buckling in the very lowest sections. No cracking is visible in the lead. These, BTW, are from the 1920's.
    How concerned...
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    Thanks for the info, Steve. I've passed it on to...

    Thanks for the info, Steve. I've passed it on to the guy who's budget covers things like this.
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    LED where are you?

    I may have missed it - but if you've used large LEDs I'd like to hear from you. How are they? Where's you get them?
    I've been told there is considerable difficulty even getting sample bulbs - that...
  10. So, Stew... It's been nearly two years since you...

    So, Stew...
    It's been nearly two years since you posted your "I get respect" entry. Howzit now?
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    These are definitely cool:...

    These are definitely cool:
    http://www.artandframingsolutions.com/hanging.htm

    ...meaning the T-posts with corresponding back of piece latch (in the green area)
  12. Much better answer than mine, Tim.

    Much better answer than mine, Tim.
  13. I would only roll these on acid free tubes. ...

    I would only roll these on acid free tubes.
    Don't know about magnets. Wouldn't you need to secure them to the hanging wall by screws or something?

    Depending on the style of the quilt we've used...
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    Clamps? Drill it at each corner and install...

    Clamps? Drill it at each corner and install chrome eyelets...and then use your cable.
  15. "This is a good example of a vague interpretation...

    "This is a good example of a vague interpretation but also illustrates an institutional disconnect in understanding the value of the skills and knowledge required to do this work properly."

    Oh,...
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    Ha! Who do you know will openly tell you what...

    Ha! Who do you know will openly tell you what they're making? Additionally, I'd never answer that kind of inquiry because my salary is nobody's business but mine. It's not like asking some one what...
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    "Ask some other colleagues within your region...

    "Ask some other colleagues within your region what their current pay scale is"? That's hilarious!
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    I'm curious about how this worked out for you. I...

    I'm curious about how this worked out for you. I hope you solved your problem.
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    It wouild be a great help to me if I had the name...

    It wouild be a great help to me if I had the name of a lighting distributor that could supply either the AR111 or the GE or Phillips 50PAR36NSP. Thanks in advance.
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    Glad you're thinking about saving wood. =P=

    Glad you're thinking about saving wood.
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    This is indeed interesting. =P=

    This is indeed interesting.
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    I guess I missed that this was for once a week...

    I guess I missed that this was for once a week use. Not during my time here, but beforehand, they had a steel and aluminum ramp made to help gets things in via our ridiculously ancient loading dock...
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    It'd great to steer away from the "standard"...

    It'd great to steer away from the "standard" pedestal...my only issue with this design is that it uses a lot more material than the standard ped.
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    I needed to build a 10'x10' "deck" over a...

    I needed to build a 10'x10' "deck" over a fountain that would hold a 2000lb motorcycle. I built it like a regular, off the back of a house deck with 2x10 joists, supported every 16 inches with 4x4....
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    Thanks, Jim. I'll pass that on to the Buildings...

    Thanks, Jim. I'll pass that on to the Buildings and Grounds guy.
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