Question Most suitable way to mount a screen to the well

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  1. bazza92

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    Picked up a projector screen off ebay for around £40. Now looking to mount it to my wall but no obvious mounting points on it. Any ideas?

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    Bargain of the year! That is a Draper ReAct screen, close to £1k worth. Frame Vision Light I think. Congrats, I love mine.

    They come from factory with a pair of very slim extruded aluminium mounts, which slip under the lip in the extrusion channel.

    The installation instructions are here:
    http://www.euroscreens.se/backnet/media_archive/original/a29cbcafda23932c792f25eeda773250.pdf
    I'm sure if you contact Draper UK they can probably sort you our with the brackets.
    (Draper, Inc. Manufacturing Since 1902)

    I wouldn't try and hack something together. The screen surface is only a couple of mm from the wall, so if you put some big screws or similar you risk an expensive mistake. The proper brackets are really neat and simple.
     
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    Also note, the vertical support bracket looks to have been installed backwards. It is showing through the screen surface :( . The manual shows the correct orientation. The Vertical section sits closest to the wall, with the small brackets spacing it off the screen.
     

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