Dartboard Lighting requirements and methods
Inventor of The Circumluminator light fixture purpose built for darts
American Darts Organization (ADO), Professional Darts Corporation (PDC)
BA, Georgetown University 1963 Graduate study in the Analysis of Ideas and Study of Methods, University of Chicago, 1963-1974
I like playing darts. I have invented a dartboard light fixture I like to use and I hope others will find useful as well.
better and less expensive devices and methods for dartboard illumination
Both the Darts Regulation Authority, the British Darts Organisation (BDO) and the American Darts Organization (ADO) stress the importance of minimising shadows cast by darts in their rules for tournament lighting.
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Hello, Christie. A tournament can be for single players, a "Singles Tournament" or for teams of two or more players. You may want to have classes of players, for example players who can hit the triple
Hello, Larry. I may not understand correctly but I think you are talking about an Arachnid dart board, made for using with soft tip darts and you may be using it with steel tip darts. This is just a
Sorry, Larry Cant tell you where to obtain of these very interesting parts. Perhaps you can make them up yourself. If you do, please send me specifications and photos I think I answered this as
I'm not an electrician so I can't help you there, but I suggest you can simplify your life and have excellent shadow-free illumination by acquiring the Target Vision 360, a new product that while not as
Hello, Tony. I do have a pair of Excel spreadsheets, one the Blind Draw manager which refers to the other, a player list, as it turns out you don't want to have to re-type all the Player names every