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Author Topic: Chauvet Funfetti  (Read 206 times)

dave moldover

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Chauvet Funfetti
« on: November 12, 2017, 07:31:05 pm »

We have 2, used twice clamped onto truss about 20' over a dance floor. Results were not impressive. How tight do you pack the confetti? Do you loosen the wrapped bundles they come in or just stuff the bricks as is? Any particular brand or style of confetti work better? We don't have a good space to experiment in, so any shared experiences with these fixtures is appreciated. Thanks.
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Jeff Lelko

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Re: Chauvet Funfetti
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2017, 09:13:04 pm »

Results were not impressive.

And they won't be.  Based on the way it works this machine will lack any ability to really "shoot" much of anything.  It's more at home at your local party center where 5 and 6 years olds will think it's awesome no matter what.  Best is a relative term with this, but when using "fan-blown" effects I've had the most success with loose packing, so that the fan can really whip it up a little.  Packing too tightly will tend to make the product fall out in clumps, in contrast to a proper compressed air or CO2 effect.  What's the desired effect you're trying to achieve?   
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