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Cool idea!I was fully expecting there not to be a magnet on the wall. In the US the screws that hold the drywall to the studs (wood or metal) are fairly regular and (I think) you could definitely get away with just the magnet (Neodymium) on the sconce itself. And that would solve your question, Penolopy. Magnets make for a stud-finder in a pinch for this same reason. Just hope your drywall guys didn't miss the studs too.
Folding Paint Booth
Wicked build. Love the video
I was able to find the Sketch Up of this. The main box sides were 11" tall by 15 13/16" wide.The Main circle was drawn around a square that was 19 13/16" on each side. As in, the largest square you could fit in the circle was that length on each side. That gives you an 11" radius.I'd take more pictures but I traded this to someone for some other equipment.
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