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post #1 of 3 Old 03-15-2001, 07:07 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi,

I just bought a used projector, and with it came a cut-out piece of a large plastic screen (think gain 1.5 - 2)
But some brilliant mind folded it!
Is there a way to remove the folds in the plastic screen ?
I was thinking maybe a wet cloth and an iron...

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fledelius,

Risskov, Denmark - pretty cool place, seems to be very involved in music and software. Anyway, I was surfing the web to find out what the weather was, because I suggest that you let the sun have a go at it. I've had problems in the past with material that after a few hours in the sun you would have never know problems like wrinkles existed. Of course I live in Austin, Texas where things melt.

If you can tension the screen on a frame and place it in direct sunlight next to a window or on a patio, you might be surprised.

Hope this helps.

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Impressive geographic knowledge, most people think Denmark is the capitol of Sweden !

About the weather.....
The sun has been out for about 30 minutes today, and we are just above freezing. So maybe I will find another energy source http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/smile.gif

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