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Topic: Box Load Device
Message: Posted by: Scott Fridinger (Nov 19, 2010 11:05PM)
I am looking for some type of box that I can load a bill folder into 8th's. I am considering Mikame's Close-Up Nest of Boxes, but it doesn't need to be a nest. After a switch, I want to load it for a later reveal. Any ideas would be great. Remember, close-up please, not some big huge set-up.

If anyone has the Mikame Boxes, please tell me how they play. I know how they work, and I am interested in what owners think.

Doesn't have to be a box either, I am missing one link to an effect, and any help would be great.

Thanks
Message: Posted by: Scott Fridinger (Nov 20, 2010 11:10AM)
Wow, seriously, no ideas. Hmmm.... Well I think I got one or two now, thanks anyway.
Message: Posted by: jimhlou (Nov 20, 2010 11:32AM)
Uh, sometimes it takes longer than 5 minutes for someone to respond.

Jim
Message: Posted by: AGMagic (Nov 20, 2010 12:18PM)
I don't have the Mikame boxes, but a few other load devices come to mind. Perhaps you could use a Lippincott box, bill tube, lemon, ball of string or yarn. A little more clarification on what you are trying to accomplish may get you more and better suggestions.
Message: Posted by: chuckn34404 (Nov 20, 2010 02:20PM)
Richard Sanders has a routine that loads the bill into a marking pen cap. I watched it at ones of his lectures and it is very simple and direct.
Message: Posted by: Scott Fridinger (Nov 21, 2010 07:43PM)
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On 2010-11-20 12:32, jimhlou wrote:
Uh, sometimes it takes longer than 5 minutes for someone to respond.

Jim
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If you look closer, that was 12 hours, but that is OK.
Message: Posted by: volto (Nov 22, 2010 07:34AM)
I'd go for the Viking Lippencott box ("Quarter Go Plus") since it's great quality, a strong effect, quiet and reasonably examinable. I have one; it plays really well. For coin stuff you can even load a nest of coin boxes inside the Quarter Go box.
Or if you're just using it for bills, one of the Viking bill tubes would be a good idea. Don't go for knockoffs; I've had several and they were worse than useless. They're just not examinable in the same way as the Viking stuff, which for this kind of item is important.
Message: Posted by: Scott Fridinger (Nov 22, 2010 08:34PM)
I will check out the Lippencott Boxes, thanks. I had forgot about them.