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    90 deg corners

    I have a job with 7 windows. 1 to the North, 5 to the East (coupled 1,2 and 3,4,5) and 1 to the south. My question is what I should do at the 2 corners (NE and SE).

    I think I will take the North and South shades bracket to the east wall, then the row of East shades will overlap. There is framing between the windows in the corners so this is not glass to glass. Is this the best way to do this?

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    Your scenario sounds like a reasonable solution to this issue. We have a few samples of how to have shades meet in a corner. You can see them on page 2.7 Of the QED Shade tech guide.

    This document is at http://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocum...mechanical.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim S. View Post
    Your scenario sounds like a reasonable solution to this issue. We have a few samples of how to have shades meet in a corner. You can see them on page 2.7 Of the QED Shade tech guide.

    This document is at http://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocum...mechanical.pdf

    Thanks. That doc helps.

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