3D Silver Projection Screen Material

3D Silver Projection Screen Material

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Excl. Tax: £35.00 Incl. Tax: £42.00

Quick Overview

3D projection screen material supplied off the roll for custom 3D screen installations. Our material has superior polarization preserving properties and high gain balance making it the perfect choice for passive 3D projection.

3d silver material

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Features
- Roll width 2.1m x Linear Metre
- maintains light polarity correctly for both linear and circular systems
- white backing
- silvered side for 3D projection
- Can also be welded for even larger screen areas

Price is per linear metre. ie: If you require 5 linear metres please add 5 qty to you shopping basket.

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Important Handling Instructions.

3D SCREEN MATERIAL --- HANDLE WITH CARE

A 3D front projection screen is fragile and has to be handled accordingly - this is not like any other projection screen material.
It is front surfaced with metal to preserve the polarity of the projected light. This metallic ingredient of front 3D projection makes the fabric easy to damage.

SHIPPING and DELIVERY
If shipped in a box, the material should be allowed to reach room temperature - at least 20 degrees centigrade - before being opened.
This is the temperature of the screen material and not the temperature of the box!
So depending on the size of the screen, this could take up to a day.
If the screen material is unfolded while cold - due to the metal in the screen - the screen will crack/tear.

The screen material should be stored on a roll or rig, as soon as possible, and should not be left folded after the initial shipment.

The screen should also be rolled or rigged at room temperature.

TENSIONING
If the screen has eyelets to tension on a rig, please do not over tension. Just take out the slack on the screen, and wait for the creases to fall out over several days; do not try to tension the creases out of the screen, as this will only damage the screen by tearing the material.

REPAIRS
If the screen has been cut for any reason use a material (with give) gaffa style tape adhered to the rear of the screen, but only where the tear or cut has been made. 

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