This is a screen that they designed for “The Show 2015” at Ocean’s Edge School of Worship. They designed it with the intention to have a screen for lyric projection that would also be visually pleasing for motion backgrounds and visuals. The photo called “Screen Design” shows the original drawing of the screen with dimensions. They built their screen out of Coroplast that they purchased from uline.com. Uline only allows you to purchase 10 at a time, which comes out to around $290. For this design, Tyler only used five 4×8 ft sheets, leaving some Coroplast left over for future design. The whole design was held together by two 2x4x12 boards. Notice that the 2x4x8 boards were extended across the full screen from one side to the other. They added a 1x4x10 on the bottom of the design to make the whole thing hang flat. The screen was held in place by four lengths of aircraft cable hung along the top of the 2x4x12s with eye bolts. They connected the top two sections with hot glue to the aircraft cable and dropped two lengths of rigging rope for the bottom two.
They had to take the piece from the top and bottom and added them to the sides with two small pieces of wood. Tyler like the original design, they just had to make some last minute changes to preserve space.
The whole build came in around $320, but that was including five leftover Coroplast sheets. You can get the 3 pieces of lumber needed for under $30.