It is! But the snapping of the fabric to the frame is a bit nerve wracking. The manual tells you to pull and stretch but you do not know when you are overdoing it. So, read and read the manual before you actually assemble it. You will also need the assistance of another person. I had mine up in an hour or so.
Tom, don't sweat it. No big deal. Stewart does not recommed handling the fabric with your bare ends while mounting it on the frame. You could scratch it, leave finger prints, etc.. So they recommend using gloves during the mounting process. After you mount the screen on the wall, you can leave the gloves on if you are cold, otherwise you would be done with them.
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