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The 1/4" Striplight Stencil

The 1/4
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Catalog # BDTS-0115
Model #: FT-14SP

Here's an image of the 1/4" Striplight Stencil, the (reduced) Reference Manual in Plastic that's cutting down the time required to draft striplights onto a light plot.

This little dynamo was unveiled at the LDI convention in Las Vegas, and it was a wonderful "coming out" party. The 1/4" Striplight is divided into all of the major striplight food groups; starting with LEDs like Selador, Color Kinetics, and Altman, and continuing with R40 and PAR 38s, MR-16s, T-3s, PAR 56s, Iris and Far Cycs. Printed data shows the actual size, weight, cut color, and circuitry combination for every single strip. They’re aligned on the patented Pro*Trak 50 system (Showing you the recommended distance between each striplight.)

The printed portions of striplight on either side of each symbol are pre-measured distances on either side from the cutout hole. Drafting two striplights becomes simple: Trace one striplight, slide the template sideways, so that the traced symbol matches with a printed portion, and trace the same symbol again. The two striplights are now accurately pre-spaced apart in scale. Done is beautiful. Cue the choir. Wax the cat.

But wait. There's more. Lots more. Oodles and oodles more:

  • Across the top are sectional cutouts of each type of striplight, showing the true vertical distance between each strip to the C-Clamp on the batten.
  • On the left side of each cutout symbol, the printed numbers list the length and weight of each striplight.
  • The small triangles above and below each cutout symbol indicate the center of that striplight. Each triangle has a little hole so you can mark the center point directly on the drafting.
  • The printing under each cutout symbol indicates the number of lamps and every circuitry possibility for that striplight.
  • On the right side of each group is a small folded back Post-it (with scissors) indicating the cut color size for that type of strip.
  • The vertical slits on either side of each cutout symbol can be used to trace trunions (indicating that strip as a groundrow unit).
  • Horizontal and vertical arrows are included in the PAR 56 group, indicating the axes of the lamps or the focus direction.
  • Two sizes of circuitry symbols are stacked on the right hand side, including horizontal rectangles and diamonds.
  • Under them is a handy set of small circles (to indicate twofering).
  • Below the third set of circuitry symbols is a scaled scenery bumper.
  • The 1/4” scale rulers that run along each side of the template are reversed one side to the other. (So you don't have to flip the template like a pancake to measure distances left and right from centerline).

And this potent parcel of practical appliances is packaged into one precise piece of plastic. Whew. It's a (*drum roll*) Reference Manual in Plastic.

 

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The 1/4" Striplight Stencil