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post #361 of 371 Old 01-28-2014, 05:17 AM - Thread Starter
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start at the bottom in the middle and work out until you have about 2/3 stapled.
anchor a 6 inch section on both vertical sides in the middle
Then do 2/3 of the sides
finish one corner at a time.
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Looking great guys!!

BTW, what is the size of this room?

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Today was all about the light tray. The bottom edge of the soffit sticks out 2 inches and here is what we did with it. Glued and nailed a piece of molding at the top., Picking the right piece is important because of the way the light will highlight the ridges.




Did you paint the Top Molding that the light reflects off of or did you leave it white?
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painted the same color as all the molding in the room. BZbase at work:

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What kind of sprayer is that?

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Airless with a long blue hose, it was his and I don't remember the brand, but word to the wise don't paint anything Rosco Flat black with that or a similar sprayer. Between trips BZbase sprayed the ceiling. proscenium and screen frame black. Three weeks after returning I was still fighting the pervasive black dust that coated the room, the only cure was to paint surfaces that had to be handled with another paint to seal in the dust, I don't think we ever got the floor clean.
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Airless with a long blue hose, it was his and I don't remember the brand, but word to the wise don't paint anything Rosco Flat black with that or a similar sprayer. Between trips BZbase sprayed the ceiling. proscenium and screen frame black. Three weeks after returning I was still fighting the pervasive black dust that coated the room, the only cure was to paint surfaces that had to be handled with another paint to seal in the dust, I don't think we ever got the floor clean.

You mean the dried over spray ?

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Think of a snowmaker at a ski resort, you squirt high pressure water into the air and it freezes, now think of high pressure paint sprayed in the air, the fine mist dries before it hits the floor, Put the two together and you have black snow on the floor, as for the painted surfaces the surface would rub off on your hands. Like this

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Sorry to resurrect an old thread. can you describe the curve used for the stage? that is, the depth from the flat edge to the furthest point in the curve? my screen wall is the same width and I am hoping to mimic this stage profile..

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found the prints on my shelf, as drawn the arc height was 13 inches , as built may have been 14 +/-
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found the prints on my shelf, as drawn the arc height was 13 inches , as built may have been 14 +/-
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