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Draper, Inc., manufactures front and rear projection screens, lifts for projectors and flat panel displays, AV mounts and structures, and motorized and manual window shades for any need.

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Draper Adds Floating Bracket Option for Screens
Posted on Thursday, May 17, 2012

(Spiceland, Ind.) – Sometimes the endcap mounting brackets on projection screens are not located in the ideal spot for your wall. During InfoComm 2012, Draper, Inc. will introduce the company’s solution to this long-standing installation challenge.
 
Draper’s new floating brackets can be mounted to wall studs or other convenient support structure. The screen case then mounts to the brackets with secure floating bands, allowing the screen case to be easily and safely installed off center from the studs.
 
The all-new Floating Brackets are available for use with Targa and Premier motorized screens, as well as with Draper’s Luma 2 manually-operated projection screen.
 
For a closer look at Draper’s new Floating Brackets for projection screens, stop by booth #C8319 at InfoComm 2012, June 13-15 in Las Vegas.

 

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