I built a great hushbox out of Oak. It has the Edmond Scientific glass in the front and the ISCO is inside. The bottom panel of the box is held with four screws. With this panel removed I can adjust the lens quite easily.
It is easy to figure a way to hang the support upside down so that it is right in front of the D-ILA lens. You want it as close as possible to minimize distortions.
Having the lens inside the hush box also keeps it clean, (I have a 20" x 20" filter on the box input).
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