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Topic: U.F.C. 3-D System
Message: Posted by: Mack Magic (Dec 28, 2002 01:41PM)
I have not until recently have took interest into this. I thought I have seen a thread of reviews in the Café before on this but can't seem to find it.
If you can find the link if there is one, or have any info on this, please let me know.
Also, how effective is it for both stage and especially close up magic?
Thanks and Sincerely,
Mack Magic :pepsi:
Message: Posted by: bekralik (Dec 28, 2002 05:09PM)

Here's one thread I found, and there may be some in the archives?

Should be effective in both situations. A floating & rising bill would be great for close-up. If you get the 3D version and have an assistant, you can make stuff floating back and forth between the two of you. Great for PK effects close-up, like a more discreet version of the Stealth Retractor, because both your hands are shown as empty.

Also consider the ESR, which is much like a one-unit version of the UFC.

Message: Posted by: Kjellstrom (Dec 29, 2002 05:27AM)
My friend Stefan Schutzer (www.magispecialisten.com) in sweden is the inventor of UFC 3D. He showed me the floating routine with 2 UFC and it looks very good. I think you can do it close up if the light and backgrounds is perfect.
If you have an assistent then you can do much fun and amazing routines with this Ultimate Float Controller. And the UFC is very easy to use, its very easy to change thread and battery. Its also easy to controll the thread. The quality is overall very good.
Message: Posted by: Mack Magic (Dec 29, 2002 09:04PM)
Thank you both very much. I do appreciate it.
It sounds great. I will keep both the UFC and the ESR in mind.
I will also take a look at that website.

Thanks and Sincerely,
Mack Magic :pepsi:
Message: Posted by: bekralik (Dec 29, 2002 11:29PM)
>It sounds great. I will keep both the UFC
>and the ESR in mind.

I forgot, here's a website that discusses the ESR, but you can order the product from Hank Lee's. I'm not sure if it's in the product directory yet, but that's where I got it from. They're both essentially the same, small differences in how they operate and other uses. At the least, the site will give you ideas on how to use either product, should you decide to buy.


Message: Posted by: Mack Magic (Dec 30, 2002 05:47PM)
Thank you for the help and the website, I will now keep both in mind. I read the description of the ESR off that website and it sounds interesting. I could not find the ESR in the product listings at Hank Lee's like you said, but with what I have in mind for performance, I think the U.F.C. 3-D system with the 2 UFCs would be right for me.
Thanks and Sincerely,
Mack Magic
Message: Posted by: silent shadow (Feb 13, 2004 09:22PM)
Wow..... that nut and bolt trick look's amazing , is this something a newbie could do with a twist and snap? Or am I looking into the big league ?

Appreiciate any comment's

Jason der apprentice...:cucumber: