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Postby Antimacy on Tue May 02, 2017 5:55 pm

chrisjuniper wrote:Just picked up a 24x36 a couple weeks ago to toss my GOTG Florey in, looks fantastic. I could custom frame all my pieces, but the money that would cost just doesn't vibe with me. The prices on these spotlights are honestly perfect. I also like mounting them flush to the wall, my cats love knocking things off my walls and now they can't :D . Just got a custom sized one from Fedex this AM for my Horkey FOTR, if it looks as good as I expect it to, the other two in the series will get the same treatment.

Being able to swap out prints at my leisure without any effort at all is a revelation. I get bored with things very easily and am constantly reorganizing my collection, spotlight displays are perfect for someone like me.


Can you please share pics of your Horkey FOTR custom frame?
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Postby allyouzombies on Wed May 17, 2017 5:02 pm

Decided to get in on some of that sweet Stout action.

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Postby PaintByNumbers on Sun May 28, 2017 8:48 pm

Just now having a chance to get these up (everyone's setups look amazing!), and I'm ready to order some more.

Had a quick noob question though, sorry...I seem to have three overlays, one clear on both sides, one clear on one side and matte on the other, and one with matte of both sides.

I understand that I can choose for the front either all clear or clear&matte , but what do I do with the two overlays once I determined my front one? Are they both then used as backing? Or just the one that is matte on both sides?

Thanks!
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Postby SpotlightDisplays on Fri Aug 04, 2017 8:20 am

Guys, I just want to completely apologize for not responding in a while! All of your Prints look Amazing!!!!!! Not sure why I'm not getting notified of posts on this thread, must be a spam issue.

Anyway I am really glad to see everyone is happy with their frames!!!!

Hope you are all well!!!!!
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Postby SpotlightDisplays on Fri Aug 04, 2017 8:29 am

PaintByNumbers wrote:Just now having a chance to get these up (everyone's setups look amazing!), and I'm ready to order some more.

Had a quick noob question though, sorry...I seem to have three overlays, one clear on both sides, one clear on one side and matte on the other, and one with matte of both sides.

I understand that I can choose for the front either all clear or clear&matte , but what do I do with the two overlays once I determined my front one? Are they both then used as backing? Or just the one that is matte on both sides?

Thanks!



PaintByNumbers I'm sure you received your answer by now and I apologize for not seeing it here. One overlay goes in the front and one in the back. The other overlay you see is extra and can be put in the back as well, sometimes my cutter will add an extra for extra shipping protection, in case there might be damage to an overlay that is hard to tell due to the protective coating etc...

I recommend using the Non-Glare/Clear overlay in the front as it has the most UV Protection.

I have no idea what you are referring to when you speak of the overlay with a matte finish on both sides. I think you might be confusing the Matte finish with the protective coating that needs to be peeled off.

Thanks!
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Postby Aedward5 on Tue Aug 15, 2017 1:30 pm

I thought I'd re-decorate my basement to better suit the childhood theme that has seemed to taken over every corner of it, thanks a lot kiddos. Mondo's Disney prints and some spotlight frames did the trick.

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Postby Duck on Tue Oct 03, 2017 6:22 pm

I just ordered one of these this weekend. My question is will this be completely safe to put expensive prints in or just any print in general? I have a Stout Akira variant coming in soon and would like to put it in one of these since I won't get a chance to get it custom framed for a good while. Thanks!
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