Nate Bantle from Northridge Church in Rochester, NY brings us these cool boxes for their stage.
From Nate: This design featured two main items.
The white Coroplast pillars were incredible easy to build. Get yourself a Coroplast cutter (http://amzn.to/2yy0hCN). Build a 2’x2′ base from plywood that can house your LED wash unit and stick your Coroplast on the inside of it. (I can send more photos if you need more help with this) Be sure to cap the top with white Coroplast or paint it black or you’ll have a lot of light blasting out that you want to stay in.
The LED rectangles were an absolute pain to build but when we were finally done we were happy with them. Simply put we laid a sheet of plywood on it’s back and built 2 rectangles on it out of 1″x3″ board. We fixed the boards to the plywood using small L brackets and also routed the boards so that our Coroplast would have a slot to slide into. For sake of ease we covered the corners so we didn’t have to work extremely hard to make the edges look really nice. We put led tape on the bottom inside the rectangles which really make them look so much bigger than just LED tape would alone. We had to use clear Coroplast because LED tape just isn’t bright enough to cut through the white stuff.
That took a lot of engineering and precision but has a huge wow effect. The cost isn’t bad, just lumber and several LED strips.
We did this design at all four of our campuses. You can see another example at a different campus in the last picture.