Brand new substrate not used in our industry. (Except by Apollo, that is!)What's the shelf life for them? Melting wise?
It depends upon the artwork and the fixture, Amiers. We have a list of tested and approved lighting fixtures on our website, and as can be expected- a 20W LED produces much less heat than a 230W source. An open spider web gobo will trap less heat than a 1/4" aperture gobo, so artwork affects longevity.
All the same standard patterns from glass and metal?
Yes, within reason of course. A 9mm image area doesn't allow much artwork detail as a 66mm image area of a B size gobo. The larger diameter the image area, the better.
What fixtures do they support thus far?
I tried to post the list, but it was too long for the thread. SO- here's a link to the list:
Quality plastic or Recyled ?
It could easily be the printer, a big commercial machine can pump upOne last question cause I didn't see there was a video. That can't be the actual printer there is no way that could handle the load of gobos y'all pump out. So the question is what's actually under the sheet?
I would think it would be pretty easy. Are there gifts randomly showing up at your house, or are all of your underpants disappearing?How do you tell the elves from the gnomes?