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    About those snow machines...

    Who made them? They kinda look like Chauvet machines, but I'm not sure. Anyone have more information/a better picture?

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    Re: About those snow machines...

    Sorry, can't help you there, but I am glad to see the current machines churning out larger "snowflakes" and for a longer period of time.

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    Re: About those snow machines...

    Is there a video that shows the snow falling in disneyland? At what times do they start, end, and where are they located? Thanks.
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    Re: About those snow machines...

    *Lifts up the rock you've been living under for the past 5 years*
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    *Puts the rock back down*

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    Re: About those snow machines...

    If you can look under the green covering they have on them.

    If its Black its probably Le Maitre, if they are grey in color they are probably Chauvet..


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    Re: About those snow machines...

    That's why I though Cauvet. They are silver. They look too big to be Chauvet, though.

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    Re: About those snow machines...

    Chauvet Sells a large DMX-512 you can see the unit here off my website

    http://www.protheatrical.com/Product...000-1103045116



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    Re: About those snow machines...

    That's the one I was looking at too. The nozzles look right.

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    Re: About those snow machines...

    but they blow bubbles down. would they use the snow machine to make bubbles?

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    Re: About those snow machines...

    would disney use such a low end/quality machine like Chauvet? the nozzles are all similar to other machines too., there's a better unit used in the ent. industry that is much better. given the amount and the distance it puts out, i doubt they are Chauvet, but who knows...i'll be lookin at them on monday

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