Palleted Screen Mount

Jayme McColgan from Boca Raton Community Church in Boca Raton, FL brings us this projection screen mount and frame.

Jayme pulled inspiration for looking at a natural stone wall. They got about 30 pallets and sawed the slats off the top and bottom of them all. As for the building of the structure, they used a standard 2×4 and spaced them so that they could stagger the rows of pallets and still have 2 points to nail to. The center section was designed to hold a 16ft x 9ft screen that they rented in and rear projected onto. They used an air gun and some finishing nails to adhere the pallets to the structure. They uplit it with 6 SourceFour Multipar strips. Along the top of the frame they used 15 ColorBlaze 48 LED strips.

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One response to Palleted Screen Mount

  1. Jayme, I like your work. You must have had a really cool Middle School Youth Pastor. :)

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