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gemini 0.25" metal spacers

Discussion in 'Product and Supplier Referrals' started by signpost-boston, Mar 11, 2019.

  1. signpost-boston

    signpost-boston Making America great, one sign at a time.

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    I ran out of the stud spacers that Gemini sells at .35 cents each.
    does anybody have a second or backup plan that i can get quick?

    Thanks!
     
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    signpost-boston Making America great, one sign at a time.

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  3. MikePro

    MikePro Major Contributor

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    grainger & fastenal, as well.
     
  4. BALLPARK

    BALLPARK Member

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    Good stuff... We do a lot of halo lit signage in the form of logos. It's been on the list to look into new options for spacers. I will check that company out...thanks for posting.
     
  5. TimToad

    TimToad Very Active Member

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    In a real pinch, we've used do it yourself sprinkler system tubing.
     
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  6. asd

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    good one, I just had to cut some aluminum tubing last weekend because I need it some of them.
     
  7. JTBoh

    JTBoh I sell signage and signage accessories.

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    Set a block on one end of a chop saw and hack away. I've used thin PVC and alum tubing.
     
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  8. spectrum maine

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    plastic beads from a craft store.
     
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