File spoon-archives/puptcrit.archive/puptcrit_2004/puptcrit.0404, message 69

Subject: RE: PUPT: Marionette control
Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2004 12:47:18 -0400 (EDT)

 Hi Bruno. Its George here I am new to the list. One thing that I would try is a telescoping rod for your extenders. anteni for TVs or telescoping pointers or telescoping magnetic screw retrevers have short sections that can extend to 2 feet long from only 6 in. when retracted. 
 By the way I am a puppeteer and builder in Vancouver B.C. CANADA. My website is http:/    .    
 Sincerely yours , George.

--- On Fri 04/23, Bruno Descaves < > wrote:
From: Bruno Descaves [mailto:]
Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2004 19:05:52 +0900
Subject: PUPT: Marionette control

Hello,<br>That is my first time and I am a bit nervous... Well I wonder if <br>anyone can help.<br>I am building a new marionette control using the Jim Gamble extendors <br>that Jim explained in a festival of pupetry video. I am wondering how <br>to pack it in a small space without bending the wires of the control <br>as these extendors can get prety long. Can I make them so that the <br>estendors can fold for transport?<br>Bruno<br><br><br>  --- Personal replies to: Bruno Descaves <><br>  --- List replies to:<br>  --- Admin commands to:<br>  --- Archives at:<br>

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