Projector Screen

Projector Screen

Movie night made possible with SteelTek!

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Tools & Materials

SteelTek Supplies (3/4"):

  • (4) Three Socket Tee - (670-404HC)
  • (2) Coupling - (674-904HC)
  • (4) 10' Non Threaded Pipe - (564-1200PE30LW)
  • (2) 12" Non Threaded Pipe - (564-120PE30LW)

Other Supplies:

  • (2 Cut Down) 2x4's
  • (2) PVC pipe
  • (4) Metal Straps
  • (1) Projector Screen
  • (28) Elastic Cords
  • (8) Wood Screws

Tools:

  • Allen Wrench - 6 Millimeter
  • Drill

How To

Stage 1

Building Frame

  • Start by attaching an 12” pipe and 10’ pipe together using a Coupling (674-904HC). create two of these.
  • Take a different 10’ pipe and slide a Three Socket Tee (670-404HC) over the top, measure 12” down and tighten set screws.
  • Slide a Three Socket Tee (670-404HC) under the bottom of the same 10’ pipe, measure 32” up and tighten set screws. Create this twice mirroring the first the one just assembled.

Stage 2

Setting Frame

  • Take both 12” and 10’ combo pipe and attache them to the bottom Three Socket Tees (670-404HC) and the Top Three Socket Tees (670-404HC) then tighten set screws.
  • This is built with wooden feet made from 2x4’s. There is a PVC pipe what is secured by pipe straps that hold the bottom metal bars to the wooden feet and the pipe slides into the PVC pipes.

Stage 3

Attaching Screen

  • Finished the frame off with 150” projector screen.
  • Attach screen using bungee cords or preferred method of securing.

Steel•Tek Professional Tip

  • Any Projector Screen can be used by adjusting the lengths of the pipe.