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  • #76
    Originally posted by solarIdiot View Post
    Why don't the mods get rid of these posts. I just went through 8 pages of "mod not contact user name Jason"
    I thought this thread would be use full.
    I should stick to the stickies I guess
    These threads seem to me a magnet for the spammers.
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    • #77
      Originally posted by Naptown View Post
      These threads seem to me a magnet for the spammers.
      With as much traffic as this site receives I am sure the mods have a never ending battle with the spammers.

      Thanks for all the time you fellas spend on here. The amount of information on here is great.

      I see LEDs have their place and if I use any will keep all of these good points in mind.

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      • #78
        there a lot manufacturer which can produce high quality led light like cree or ge in U.S and osram in German and yaham led light whose product could be used in signs.actually,that is depend on where you are and you budget.

        Mod note - careful with links
        Last edited by russ; 07-08-2013, 07:40 AM. Reason: removed link

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        • #79
          Originally posted by Sunking View Post
          No I am not out of date. I am a certified IES engineer and if I were to fall behind would be out of business as lighting is a large part of an engineering design firm working on government buildings. Cree claims are half truths but not real applications.
          indeed.

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