Basically, there's a plate with four bolts sticking out of it, attached to another plate that is screwed to the LT-150. By adjusting the nuts on the long bolts, you can elevate or tilt the projector through a wide range. The metal brackets that are between the projector and plate are just to give it some space for cooling. The whole thing was built for about $10 in parts and an hour's worth of work. The brackets screw onto the LT-150 through the three available screw holes - two that are hidden under the rubber feet, and one that you can get at by removing the adjustable tilt screw.
It's going inside a hushbox so it didn't have to be pretty. If pretty was necessary I would have just trimmed the wood out a bit and painted the whole thing black or something.
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