I built the PVC frame I described. It works pretty well.
@thraeryn Nice build. I built a PVC movie screen frame too, but I didn't think to add a third leg in the middle! That probably adds a lot of stability.
Are you using a proper movie screen? I'm using a white blackout curtain because poor lol.
@larc Yeah, I bought a fabric one with grommets an' all, figuring I'd do this a few times and maybe offer to occasionally bring it out for others.
Thinking of gluing some of the pieces into joints, leaving others unstuck for disassembly, but right now it's all just shoved together
@thraeryn I did that and it worked out well. IME if you don't glue at least some of the joints, then eventually they'll get loose and you'll find the whole frame falling apart every time you try to hang the screen.
@larc (I might've pulled a little cash from savings to help set this all up because I need a nice project, especially one that dove-tails with a safe-ish social gathering)
@thraeryn humans are social animals. at least this way you can satisfy that need in relative safety.
@witchfynder_finder Thanks 😺 I should probably put a couple of color test screens on to get things dialed in, but it's nice to just sit in the back driveway and watch big ol' TV
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