Date: Tue Dec 9 15:27:19 2008

Author: Paul Nord

Subject: Re: Optical Screens, Refurbishing

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We made ours out of white bathroom paneling cut into 10" squares.
A matte finish would be better. But these are very durable and I've
got a big stack of spares from the same 4' X 8' sheet.

I even drilled a hold in the center of a few of them and painted them
flat black to make a collimator.

Paul


On Dec 8, 2008, at 10:51 AM, Bill Norwood wrote:

> Hi Taplers,
>
> I am refurbishing some optical screens and need a recommendation for
> a white coating.
>
> 1. It should be durable.
> 2. It should not shine much.
> 3. Preferably it would not involve spraying.
>
> Other:
> If you have the wobbly screen-on-stem problem,
> I could send you a snapshot of the stabilizing modification I am
> making.
>
> Many thanks for any guidance.
>
> Bill Norwood
> U of MD at College Park


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