Certainly. Let me start by saying that I felt the need to go with aluminum because so far, every damn piece of wood thatI have used in my project has warpped. A warpped screen is not an option though.
I thought about using the process noted here:http://www.seymourav.com/articles/DI...FrameGallo.pdf
It uses wood with grove that holds a screen door track. It fulfills the criteria of being re-usable, but the wood can still warp.
That left me with T-slotted aluminum.
There are not many companies that sell T-slotted aluminum. I got mine from Fastenal. They have a store locator here:http://www.fastenal.com/web/location...on=selectStore
The prices were pretty good, but I got a good deal on shipping since I was having the items shipped to an actual store/distributor. The turn around time is supposed to be about a week. I was able to get segments in any size. This is important as the main pieces are 10 ft and some places cap you at 8 foot. You definately want your long piece to be a single piece! I have no idea if I need 2 support struts, but since I am making an AT screen, I could not really use one support strut, since that would go right in front of the center speaker.
T-slot aluminam comes on metric and english versions. I would either go with 1x1" or a 30x30mm stock.
If I did not have a local Fastenal nearby, I would use the link below to have it ordered and shipped. They were competitive.http://www13.boschrexroth-us.com/fra...p/Default.aspx
The basic idea here is to order the frame 2" larger than you want the viewable screen size to be (2" bigger vertically AND horizontally). This way, your masking can cover one inch of the screen all the way around and make a nice seemless transition.
You attach the fabric by wrapping the fabric around the frame and using a dowel rod as a type of spline to hold the screen in place.
I'll post more info and pics when I actually do the screen. I can try and answer any specific questions if you have any.