A while back I bought DW and aluminum frame to make a 54 X 130 scope screen. Well today while trying to get the laminate in the basement I got a 12" crack in the laminate that would be seen in the image area. I'm trying to figure out what to do next. Another sheet of laminate? Rather not, but what are my options at this size?
I thought about BOC stretched on the aluminum frame then painted with Silverfire, but not sure how that would turn out being the fabric stretch or sag. I thought about scraping the aluminum frame idea and just going with a sheet of sintra and painting it with Silverfire, but I didn't want to give up the extra image size if I didn't have to. My original plan was for a 140" 2.40AR, and going with the sintra I would drop to a 130" screen. Still a good sized screen, just wanted to go with the biggest screen that i could fit.
My newly built HT room is 25L X 15W, projector is a Infocus SP8602, projector to screen is ~16', projector is mounted 12" above top of screen, will be using an Anamorphic lens, room is light controlled, ceiling is flat blk and walls are a flat dark green. Also what version of the SF should I use? Thank you for any help/ideas you can provide.