Motorized front projector mount.

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  1. TeddyCarlton

    TeddyCarlton Auditioning

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    First of all I would like to say thanks for all the great information and knowledge that is given freely on this forum. This is my first post and I am trying to figure out if anybody knows where to find or how to build a motorized front projector mount. It needs to fit between floor joists on 16 inch center. I have motorized drapery and x1 lighting control and this would just be the cherry on top. Any information would be great thanks.[​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  2. Neil Joseph

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    Moving to DIY/Advanced area.
     
  3. Neil Joseph

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    This is one possible solution. You will need upper and lower limit switches/sensors for starters. I will try to find details and post back here.
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  4. Thomas Willard

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    A commercially built unit such as the one depicted is available but was priced well over $3K in the A/V catalog I have at work.
     
  5. SteveLeach

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    Hmmm...
    I think I saw an advertisement in "Home Theater Builder" for a device such as this. Pick one up from the news stand and check it out. I'll look up the name of the advertiser when I get home tonight.

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  6. SteveLeach

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    I found the ad I mentioned above. I think you can find a lift that will fit your needs at this site. auton.com

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