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Status Update

Installed entire chair rail around the room.
Caulked all seams in entire room.
Final 'butter' with MH Ready Patch and performed final sand on all surfaces.
Entire room was final primed with last coat of ProBlocker
Routered all inside edges on frames. This was a task, as I had to move everything outside to run the router.. all dust outside..


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Frames were routered and brought back upstairs into the room to be painted.




Second set of frames...






In all , I have ~45 frames to cover. I still will have at least 4 to build for the initial masking... but will wait to build them until later...

Painting continues...
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Status Update...

All frames have at least 1 coat of black paint on them..
Moved all frames into game room.

Final prep for paint in room.

1st coat of Sherwin-Willams Low Luster Tricorn black oil based enamel applied to entire room..

Gonna let that dry for a couple of days to allow for the enamel to harden up good.








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Probably will do another full 2nd coat and then any final touch ups as needed.
I never realized the floor was going to get so sticky.
Mixed all my paint 5:1 with orderless mineral spirits, 20oz of paint and 4 oz of ms.
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Oil based may be the way to go. I gave up on flat latex and switched to eggshell. I hate flats with a passion (ceiling is fine as long as you don't look at it wrong ). Tried flat on my wall panels/columns and no way in hell will I be using it. I'd rather have some "sheen" than a room full of smudge marks.
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Looking good! What type of sprayer are you using. I was always planning on roller and brush but my brother picked up a sprayer a few years ago, maybe that's the way to go.
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Looking good! What type of sprayer are you using. I was always planning on roller and brush but my brother picked up a sprayer a few years ago, maybe that's the way to go.

I'm just using and inexpensive Harbor Freight 'automotive' sprayer. realitively cheapy that get's the job done. I have been using my large air compressor in the garage, and have a long hose strung through the house. Wife seems to be 'Ok' with it, as she knows it temporary. She' didn't want to help me move the big one upstairs, so we are living with the hose for now. I have a small pancake compressor that some of the reviewers said they have used, but had to stop often for it to 'catch-up'. So I decided it's worth using the larger 26 gallon , plus i don't have to listen to it.. it's like this quiet endless supply of 40lb air.

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Quick status update.
Combination between finishing the painting, and waiting for the paint to dry, and beginning the upholstery of the frames.
Had to share at least one photo of the effort.











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Nice. So...velcro?

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Nice. So...velcro?
Yeah, I'll be using off brand velcro.. i bought it in bulk. It works really well for this..It has an adhesive back that sticks really well, but I always shoot a couple of staples in it just to make sure it stays in place.
Not sure how long of strips to use, because as soon as I push the frame into place, it's pretty difficult to grab a hold of it to pull it back off without any on ...
So that leads to me to believe I won't need very much, but I bought allot just in case.

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My panels aren't as large as yours but I use a 1" thick Velcro cut into 2" strips. A piece in each corner and the panels are stuck on the wall pretty good and take some deliberate force to pull off. Not sure if it matters but I am using industrial strength velcro.

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What line/color is that fabric I got a bunch of GOM anchorage samples a while back, your color looks like what I was leaning toward. I think one was slate and I forget the other one. I'm lucky to be able to see what it looks like against the black. Nice work
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What line/color is that fabric I got a bunch of GOM anchorage samples a while back, your color looks like what I was leaning toward. I think one was slate and I forget the other one. I'm lucky to be able to see what it looks like against the black. Nice work
Thanks for the compliments.
I bought this a couple of years back, as I was going to use it in 1.0, but got side tracked and ended up not using it in that build, so I held onto to it.. I'm glad i did.

It's the Guilford of Maine - Anchorage, Wolf 2027

Infact, I have used up what I had, 8 yards of it, and I am now short at least 3 yards, maybe 4 yards.

I found it at acousticalsolutions.com , but they want some big bucks per yard... kinda steep... still looking..i thought I found it earlier for cheaper, but still googling.

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Thanks for the compliments.
I bought this a couple of years back, as I was going to use it in 1.0, but got side tracked and ended up not using it in that build, so I held onto to it.. I'm glad i did.

It's the Guilford of Maine - Anchorage, Wolf 2027

Infact, I have used up what I had, 8 yards of it, and I am now short at least 3 yards, maybe 4 yards.

I found it at acousticalsolutions.com , but they want some big bucks per yard... kinda steep... still looking..i thought I found it earlier for cheaper, but still googling.

Have contacted G o M directly for pricing? At the time I was building, I called & purchased directly from them.
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Have contacted G o M directly for pricing? At the time I was building, I called & purchased directly from them.
When I priced out my fabric it was more expensive through GOM. That may have changed now.
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Your panel looks great! Your stapling is way neater than mine also; it looks like a drunk did mine.
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Status Update 3-28-2018

Been awhile since I have posted on the thread.

BS problems are the one's I hate the most..
So we went to go turn on the sprinkler system since shutting it off this past Autumn, and lowly behold, the back flow prevent valve housing sprung a leak. With the cold weather, the water that was trapped in the ballcock valve, froze, expanded and split the housing on the valve itself. Went to go turn it on, and spewing everywhere...Ugg , $100 bucks later, and a days worth of work once it arrived, I finally was able to turn on the sprinkler system again to water the yard, and the wife's new vegetable garden.. WAF went up.

Continue to staple fabric to frames. 18,000 staples in and still counting. I probably am over doing it as always, but I know my fabric won't move at all, or bulge, or anything, but I can tell you I am definitely not going to be un-doing them...ever...
Ran out of GOM Anchorage 2335 / Wolf 2027 and the GOM Anchorage 2335 / Onyx. Had to order 5 more yards of the onyx and wolf. Waiting patiently for this to come in.
Only about 12 more to complete of the 50 total I have to do. Yay

Sprayed my final coat of SW Tricorn Black today on soffit, wainscoting and columns. Been procrastinating on completing it, as I really don't like to paint. Had to buy yet another gallon to complete it. $50 poof. Besides, stapling the fabric to the frames was keeping me busy.

Also built a DB16 antena for HDTV. Local channels in Houston are ok I guess. We just got fed up with Comca$t when we changed internet, so we cut the cable cord. WAF went down after that, but that's $130 a month in our pocket., hence bring WAF back up a little. She still misses the national news and the weather channel.. oh well. I told her. time to do something else with our time.

Next steps,
Once the a couple of days pass for drying time for this final coat, going to be installing pink fluffy into the soffit, then I can begin the installation of the OC703. Debating on using impaling clips, or just using a 3" screws and washers to attach it.
Will have to feed the wires down from the attic to get them routed into the wire panel box. This will be a bit of a chore, as the temperature in Houston is starting to go up, and when it's in the 80's outside, it's like 95 in my attic.
Then I can start installing the panels. Yay!

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So after taking 3 days to build these, I took them up and installed them.. thinking I would get better than my 2x 2'x2' aluminum foil panels with 2 baluns, into a spliter , and back fed into the catv amplifer.
I ended up being no better off, as the roof has the foil sheilding for infra-red insulation on the underside of the plywood. WHAT A PITA!!! WASTE of TIME.. lol.. oh well. kind upset, but went back to stapling.

The work continues....
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Your staples are...touching each other
I think I went with around 2" (5cm) between each and it was more than sufficient

But, we LIKE overkill yes? he he

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Status Update 3-30

Painted ceiling, front wall and first couple of feet of the side walls black. Disappointed.. as I thought when I was painting I was getting good cover, only after it dried had I realized that you can see where I 'cut-in' and then rolled. Not very consistent for whatever reason. Since the paint is flat matte tri-corn black from Sherwin-williams, the coverage doesn't go far enough being matte like that, so I guess. 2nd coat pending.

Routed the wires down from the attic into the panel.

Installed magnet latches for access panels. everything fit like a glove, so at least those are in place and not on the floor waiting to get wacked.








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Status Update 3-31

Re-painted front wall, front slope and side walls with 2nd coat of paint.

Picked up the paint drop plastic and stripped out the staples out of the floor.

Installed Soffit R-30 Insulation



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Looking good! I wished I could keep my work area that clean. I try. I fail. As soon as the snow melts enough so the guys can get to the back of the house I will be getting my carpet installed. I need to start doing a major clean-up including at least one run to the dump. Maybe two.

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Looking good! I wished I could keep my work area that clean. I try. I fail. As soon as the snow melts enough so the guys can get to the back of the house I will be getting my carpet installed. I need to start doing a major clean-up including at least one run to the dump. Maybe two.

Thanks brazensol for the kind words...

Don't let the photos trick ya though.. I hadn't even vacuumed yet in the photos. It's just I had to take everything out to get the plastic off the floor. , Then I started the insulation..... Itchy I say.. itchy (I hate insulation, I like what it does)

Its tough to stay focused on one thing to complete, then move to the next. I have stapling to do, face plates to put back together after painting, so I can terminate the wires, and still a laundry list of things to build. lol.. it'll get dirty again.. promise...

I really need to focus on the acoustic treatments... the RPG (B)inary (A)mplitude (D)iffusers are looking like they have moved to the top of the list. MSR has a nice 2" diffuser that would fit behind my fabric panels, but just too expensive for my blood at the moment. So, DIY it is.. and I had built citys, I mean Skyline Diffusers for the last one, and I struggled with them, even after all the work I put into them... drilling holes is menotnous and straightforward, but not sure if it's as effective...

Anyway.. the build continues... good luck with your carpet.. shovel a path, or use the weed burner to make a path .. Fire and ICE! awesome combo! ... you cant' wait till spring in the valley.. r u nuts.. it's Spring riding in Petersville and Eureka.. best time to go.. not time for this theater stuff..

Good luck.. looking forward to seeing YOUR progress..
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Status Update 4-2-2018

Installed the garden fabric to encase the soffit insulation, besides having it on the backside of the frames as well. Trying to encase the insulation to control all the loose fibers.

Installed the lower frames into the wainscoting with JM Linacoustic RC inside the frames...






















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Wished Lowe's or Home Depot (or anyone else) carried Linacoustic up here... I ended up using some 1/2" soundboard in two layers with a 1/2" gap in between.

When do you think you'll be done? I am trying to be finished before my sister visits in early July.

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Wished Lowe's or Home Depot (or anyone else) carried Linacoustic up here... I ended up using some 1/2" soundboard in two layers with a 1/2" gap in between.

When do you think you'll be done? I am trying to be finished before my sister visits in early July.

I actually found Linacoustic RC up there out on Post road in Anchorage. Had to call and make sure they had it, as it was kind of strange deal when i picked it up though, as I recall, some guy in a run down old railroad building had a roll of it that he sold to me for around $200 ... however, that was about 3 years ago, and not sure their still in business.

As far as completing, I am trying to be done early June. My schedule has slipped so many times, I can't even "guest-imate" anymore.. Just me doing everything, so I'm trying ... I'd really like to have 'Grand Opening' before June 14th, as World Cup starts.. kinda of a fan, so I'd like to watch that...( i know its weird being and American and liking soccer (futball ).. but.. my son was really good at it when he was younger and I enjoyed watching him, so i kinda still enjoy the game still, especially a 7-1 Germany over Brazil annihilation in 2014 )

I am planning for Grand Opening to be the Demo discs only. Food, appetizers, game room to be open, etc.. but not an actually movie per se.... Want to be able to show all the photos of the build and have folks experience the capabilities of the room, so trying to put together a whole automated show.. Alexa integrated. etc.. I have approximately 71 days to be all done with all that.... so targeting to be complete within 50 days, and give myself 3 weeks of fiddling, calibration, etc... we will see...

Good luck on yours... I know you were waiting on melt to get carpet, so hopefully it goes faster for you once that's in...
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Man - you got a grand opening planned! Sounds like fun.

I did find one place in Anchorage that had the linacoustic but it was ridiculously high priced (don't remember the price now but it was too much).

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Progressing well. Must make the grind more bearable when you start to see it all come together like this. Looking fantastic with the coat of black paint.
Mind boggling how many individual pieces of wood, fabric, wire go into a room like this.
Just following along and enjoying the show. Great work.
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Status Update 4-13

Well, as you may have noticed, I had to go back and edit every single post, as my photo provider decided that they were going to let their domain name lapse, and such, they changed domains, and broke every link to photos.
I have painstakingly gone back and edited everything to fix the links, but also to attache the photos as well.

Going forward, I will just attach them to AVS and then re-link the photos so they show in-line as well..

Installed the upper soffit behind the screen frame.. makes it look better at least, but nobody will see it,.. at least i know it's done right





Started the Wiring of the panel. This was rather time consuming effort, as I had to run all the cables in, making sure they had room.
I ended up having to oscilate a hole into the side of the panel inside the column to give me more cable pathway, removing some wood.. It panned out very well, and not too much dust to deal with.



Overview of the work zone.. trusty bucket for the chair.


Only the projector lines into the open hole to finish up. Can't seem to find a mono version of the 3.5mm keystone plug to connect the 12v trigger from the project into the panel.. i may just end up cutting up the cable and use another style I found.





Front wall box-out for the RC linacoustic.. all the MDF is 2" think, so I can install 2 layers of linacoustic, and then attach finish GOM Onyx to the mdf to make it look nice.. not that anyone is going to see it.. it's just I have this hyper sensitivity to fiber glass, and really don't want to take the chance..



Metro Flex OC703/703 acoustic panel impailers... get to start moutnting these on the wall to hold the panels.. then those will get covered by the big frames..


So the work continues...starting to come together..
I have like 7 mini projects for all these things to do though.. ugg...oh...sooner or later it will be done...
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Status Update 4-13 - Part Deux

Finished the upper soffit frames, or at least 95% complete. 1 of them ended up being 1/4" too long due to the 4 frames worth of fabric.. stripped the 100 or so staples. Will have to run the frame through the table saw with the fabric on it.. hopefully no 'bad things' happen... then re-stretch and staple again..

Installed Metroflex insulation impalers with screwes and a little Liquid Nails.

Then decided to install OC703 as well while I was at it.

Cleaned up .. ( @brazensol thinks I keep my work area clean... not )













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Looks clean to me!
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Looks very good, my friend! And I must agree with @brazensol - it looks very clean!

Glad to see that you are making good progress. Things have slowed down quite a bit for me due to many hours at work and being a father to two small kids. However, this weekend I had time to progress my curved screen with DIY masking a bit further (will post update soon). What about your masking system, any news?
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