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Make a projection screen very quickly and very cheaply with TYVEK, a PVC pipe, rope, and plumbing pipe.
I started out thinking I'd do 16' x 9' then realized that was too large, so went with 9' x 7'. Remember you want a roughly 3:4 height ...
Home Depot has it, as do others. Roll out on a clean surface (or clean side up) and cut to your required dimensions.
I used 10' length of plumbing glavanized steel. Note the printed size is face down on dirty floor. Buttered side up !
I cut a much longer piece of TYVEK, 16x9, and rolled the extra onto the bar. this is good for 2 reasons, a) if ever i need a ...
At the other end (that will hang down) I used just plain PVC, 1/2 I have been using packing tape. Works a treat for this application though TYVEK ...
Because I cut the roll way long (16x9) and am only using (9x7) i stop the rest rolling off by clamping at the top with quick clamps. Allows ...
Your very own large projection screen. I had the printed TYVEK, so not good for rear projection, but excellent image quality for front projection.
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