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With limited supplies I managed to make this over complicated jig to allow them to stay suspended in moving from outside to inside and not touching the box. With the side slights acting as tether to rotate the frames a fair amount with giving/taking slack on the side strings, I'm sure there was easier way to do but w/o having a designed paint jig I kinda just make up a new one w/e I paint - anyone care to share what they use to hold the frames for paint?



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BBQ sticks and helping hand also!

Plus a few pieces of wire fit stuff like an Eyeshade or WJ 2.0 👍🏼
 

Brdmn70

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With limited supplies I managed to make this over complicated jig to allow them to stay suspended in moving from outside to inside and not touching the box. With the side slights acting as tether to rotate the frames a fair amount with giving/taking slack on the side strings, I'm sure there was easier way to do but w/o having a designed paint jig I kinda just make up a new one w/e I paint - anyone care to share what they use to hold the frames for paint?



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That thing is an engineering miracle lol way to complex for me lol
 

zwc0442

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I just use aluminum mig welding wire from harbor frieght to hang 99% of what I do and then alligator clips for some of those things that can't be held with wire. And for splatters a piece of metal bent into a sort of c shape grabs the orbitals well in the lens groove

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TheDukeOfIce

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With limited supplies I managed to make this over complicated jig to allow them to stay suspended in moving from outside to inside and not touching the box. With the side slights acting as tether to rotate the frames a fair amount with giving/taking slack on the side strings, I'm sure there was easier way to do but w/o having a designed paint jig I kinda just make up a new one w/e I paint - anyone care to share what they use to hold the frames for paint?



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Super clever setup there. Love how you can take the whole “booth” with you.
 

BoostBear

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Super clever setup there. Love how you can take the whole “booth” with you.
It was nice having the ability to either paint outside or in the garage depending on the weather. Think I'll might make another booth but from foamcore so it's still lightweight but has better structural integrity. Perhaps mount some alligator clips from the top or sides.
 

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