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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Robotic spray painting for gain screens
Posted by: on Thursday, November 29, 2012 - 01:42 AM
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Cinema Projection Screens

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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Custom-made Frames
Posted by: on Friday, June 22, 2012 - 03:23 AM
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Screen Frames We offer a range of custom-made frames as per the design and requirement of our customers.
The frames can be made curved, dismantable, variable heights in aluminium or steel.





Thisscreen is curved to 220 degrees for use in a training simulator.








The masking ties can also be hidden if you opt for a double frame work in a wrap around screen frame.


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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Cinema Screen Frames
Posted by: on Thursday, August 14, 2008 - 04:01 AM
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Screen Frames





Zoher and Co offers its screen expertise in construction of screen frames.

For commercial cinema:

There are 2 basic designs when it comes to screen frames:

1. A wrap around frame which comprises a double framework with a larger frame in the front and a smaller frame at the back o­n to which the screen is tied. This is done so that masking ties are not visible.

2. A single framework supported from the wall and floor. Masking is required to hide the lacing cord.

Provisions can also be made for mounting speakers / motorised masking systems o­n or around the frame.

The frames are normally made using round mild steel pipes that are painted black.

Hooks are provided at 8 inches o­n all sides.






For home theater / studios

We offer an easy-install aluminium frame which can also be curved.













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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Reflecting Brilliance
Posted by: on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 02:58 AM
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Motorised Projection Screens Think back to when you were in school and your teacher brought in the 16mm projector for an instructional movie or perhaps when your family had friends over and Dad pulled out the old 8mm projector to show movies of your last vacation. Depending on the time frame in which this occurred, it is a pretty good bet that the screens used in those situations were made with a glass beaded surface on the front. one of the reasons that a glass beaded surface was the popular choice back then was because the projectors were not very bright and, as such, we wanted to get as much light directed back to the viewing audience as possible.

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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Understanding Screen Gain
Posted by: on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 02:26 AM
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Cinema Projection Screens
Screen Gain - Whose Loss?

When we come to contemplate a projection device in conjunction with a projection screen, there is considerable irony in the fact that the term "gain" is routinely applied to the screen and hardly ever to the projector. Yet it is the projector, not the surface, which is powered by electricity and it is the projector, not the surface, which comes with a twistable dial marked "Brightness."

Nevertheless screen gain does exist. Although still a misleading misnomer, gain is not purely some shibboleth of the A/V industry. A screen with a gain of 3 is certainly and observably different from a screen with a gain of 1.5. How it is different merits analysis.
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