Originally Posted by BIGmouthinDC
Snickers1 a local AVS brother decided that there was room for one more screen company in the field and jumped into it with both feet. He designed an aluminum frame profile and had a master die made for the extruder. He then sourced all the necessary parts to make a screen and first built one for his theater. The minimum order quantities for the materials is not insignificant and now Snickers1's garage is a warehouse. NYGF23 was the first client. The fabric is similar with a slightly flatter weave than the XD. The frame corner brackets were a breeze compared to other frames I've assembled. Snickers1 offers an AVS discount and since he is local an additional local cash and carry price. Shipping a screen is pricey!
Closing on our new house is a few weeks away. I left a windowless side of the walk-out basement unfinished for HT v3... and this time was smart enough to get the extended ceiling height.
It's been great following your projects over the years, Jeff. Seems like just yesterday you were just a nice guy down the road loaning out a drywall lift.