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the desired phrase on the Skyliner unit and twirl in a darkened
The Vectron, 10C10.50, also has a LED array that will spell phrases in the
same manner as the Skyliner.
Gerard Lietz, Anthony Behof,
Marshall Ellenstein, "Illuminating Standing Waves", TPT, Vol.
24, # 7, Oct. 1986, p. 449.
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