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Wherever You Go, There’s a Projector Screen for the Show
Indoor and outdoor DIY projection screens — fabric, finished-edge screens, and kits
Want to watch blockbuster movies on your own drive-in movie screen? Run a cockpit-simulator training program? Install a projection exhibit at your art gallery or museum? These unique applications are just a few of the ways our professional-grade projection screens are used around the world.
Building your own screen is easy, no matter how you plan to use it. Simply start with our Key Material Deciding Factors and our Material Comparison Chart, to find the right fabric, and How to Select a Projection Screen for more valuable tips. Then follow the step-by-step instructions at How To Build A Projector Screen—or order one of our timesaving screen kits or finished-edge screens below—to custom build the cinema-aviation-art-business-education-anywhere-anytime projection screen of your dreams.
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Building your own screen saves money, and gives you complete control over the construction process. Simply order your projection screen fabric and black felt tape, assemble and incorporate the additional needed materials found at How to Build a Projector Screen, then kick back and enjoy the DIY satisfaction you get from your new high-quality screen.
Looking for an indoor solution that is quick and easy? Our new Fixed Frame Kits offer an additional option for a cost effective and professional looking movie screen. Our fixed frame kits come with clear and concise assembly instructions and all necessary parts for assembly, simply hang it on the wall like a picture frame in minutes! Each fixed frame kit includes heavy-duty aluminum frame rails wrapped in light-absorbing black felt and Carl's Projector Screen Material with our tension rod pockets/tension system. Fixed Frame Kit Instructions
For use with your own screen frame or truss system, our finished-edge screens are portable and work best when tension mounted. If you don’t have a frame yet, save time by purchasing your finished-edge screen as part of a Standing Screen Kit—for full portability—or a Hanging Screen Kit for wall mounting or overhead suspension.
Take the guesswork out of building your own projection screen with our timesaving Hanging Screen Kits. Perfect for wall mounting or ceiling suspension, each kit includes a finished-edge screen, metal hardware, tension-control bungees, and detailed Kit Assembly Instructions.
Great for educational, business, or other settings—where projection screens must often move from one room to another—choose a Standing Screen Kit for fast, easy assembly. Each kit includes a finished-edge screen, metal hardware, tension-control bungees, and illustrated Kit Assembly Instructions.
Not sure which option is best for you? Check out our extensive FAQ page, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1(608) 352-0002 for personalized help in finding the right projection screen for your specialized needs.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- What Should I Know Before Selecting a Screen?
- What are the Key Material Deciding Factors?
- Which Projector Screen Material is Right for Me?
- What Screen Size/Ratio Do I Need?
- How to Build a Projector Screen
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