Another weekend down, time for the pics.
The soffit trim piece that I had made for the projector shelf was solid with hole for the lens. This was going to end up blocking the exhaust vents too much to I redesigned it.
This is the trim ring for the lens opening.
The panel covered and the trim ring mounted.
Here is the new panel mounted in the soffit.
Now I needed to work on the area that will be behind the curtain that will cover the entrance, You will see this area when you enter or exit the room so I needed to cover the OC703. I also did not want people to be able to look behind the column when entering and seeing a bunch of wiring from the Grafik eyes. This trim panel extends for the floor to the top of the OC703.
I covered the OC703 with black GoM FR701. Since the OC703 is not very strong I needed to make a jam extension to protect the edges of the OC703.
I made jam extensions that actually cover the existing casing and extend the jam 2" to box out the OC703 that is around the door. The extensions are made of MDF and are covered in the same black FR701.
Here is a close up of the mounted jam extension. I glued the extension to the casing with Powergrab and then wrapped the FR701 around to the groove for the seal to give it a seamless appearance.
Here is a shot from inside the room.
The frame for the acoustic panel that is mounted to the door also is being wrapped in FR701. We painted the edge of the door black and I wrapped the frame.
Here is were I stand now. I am one piece short to finish the OC703 on the door and I need to finish the FR701 wrapped cover.