From: Todd Eacrett (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jul 29 2008 - 11:49:51 PDT
Urethane "belts" are also used as o-rings for hydraulic and pneumatic systems. Cheap, wide range of sizes and you can get them through industrial supply type places. In a more rural area you might try places that service hydraulics for agricultural or construction equipment.
Victoria, BC, Canada
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From: amanda christie <email suppressed>
Date: Monday, July 28, 2008 5:28 am
Subject: projector belt repair and home made belts?
> hey everyone,
> i've been off the radar for a while... but i'm back...
> and wondering if anyone has any tips on either projector belt
> repair or do it yourself home made projector belts.
> i've moved back to canada from amsterdam, and am now living in a
> very very small town (less than 5000 people and only one traffic
> light)... so there aren't any stores that sell these sorts of
> things here (there's just one pub, two restaurants, a cafe, a
> bookshop, and a bowling alley... maybe a few other little shops).
> i'm working at a small media arts centre, and trying to get people
> excited about film (capital F)... meanwhile, i'm also trying to
> move my own art practice away from projected film into projector
> performance... i've got 5 projectors here (two of which are
> analyzers - yeee!)... but i've got major belt problems....
> any recommendations?
> i've got an eiki, a bell and howell, and a lafayette, who need some
> special belt lovin' care.
> thanks so much,
> amanda dawn christie
> (now in sackville, n.b.)
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