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#1 Matt Workman

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Posted 05 July 2007 - 12:24 AM

Hey,

I was wondering what you guys thought was used to make the kino stick to the ceiliing in this photo.

http://www.kinoflo.c...ision/1-8/7.htm

I had been taking the bulbs out of the housing and taping them up, but this looks much faster. My first thought was gaff tape, but I feel like that wouldn't hold.

Thanks,

Matt
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#2 Xavier Plaza

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Posted 05 July 2007 - 12:40 AM

Maybe a Pump cup but it looks like the kino are too close to the ceiling... <_< , perhaps a hook a little one, previously added in the ceiling... I don't think gaff tape is too strong to hold a Kino (4x4)...
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#3 Kevin Zanit

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Posted 05 July 2007 - 12:51 AM

Most Kinos have holes on the 4 corners of the unit, you could screw through them and use a washer.
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#4 Chris Keth

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Posted 05 July 2007 - 01:43 AM

Most Kinos have holes on the 4 corners of the unit, you could screw through them and use a washer.


That's my guess. It's too close to the ceiling for there to be anything in between the fixture and the wall.
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#5 David Mullen ASC

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Posted 05 July 2007 - 01:47 AM

That's my guess. It's too close to the ceiling for there to be anything in between the fixture and the wall.


It's clearly a set, so just screwing the Kino into the ceiling would be simple.
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#6 Xavier Plaza

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Posted 05 July 2007 - 07:33 AM

Most Kinos have holes on the 4 corners of the unit, you could screw through them and use a washer.



Hi Kevin when you say a "washer" what does mean...??
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#7 Armando Castro

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Posted 05 July 2007 - 08:07 AM

Hi Kevin when you say a "washer" what does mean...??


Un "washer" es una arandela.

http://es.wikipedia....Washers.agr.jpg
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#8 Xavier Plaza

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Posted 05 July 2007 - 08:37 AM

I got it, thanks Armando, la verdad arandela no me decia mucho pero ya vi la foto y entendi lo que era gracias...
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