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    Post pictures of your Protee golf simulator room or setup.

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    • Mark_UK
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      Is this ceiling protection design working well? Any feedback from experience, info or drawings you have how to size the fabric and replicate a similar build would be appreciated, thanks.

  • Looks great! I made my baffels with close line wire! Works great

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      • Is this ceiling protection design working well? Any feedback from experience, info or drawings you have how to size the fabric and replicate a similar build would be appreciated, thanks.

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        • Its perfect.
          thick roll of Matt suit material.
          I hemmed the ends so no fraying
          prototyped the loops with an old sheet to get hang size and loops
          then used industry stapler to connect to 2” roof batons
          only flop shots go up there, it stops them dead and ball drops down
          it looks great as well really frames everything.
          good luck.

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          • Mark_UK
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            Thanks for the details. Is the first loop at the screen attached to the black trim above the screen with velcro? Then 3 or 4 batons running in the same line as the screen and the loops. In theory, if a ball was thrown straight up could it potentially hit a hard section when the material is stapled to a baton? But in practice balls rebound at an angle off the screen or directly from a flop shot so do balls tend to hit a low hanging loop at an angle and plenty fabric to kill the ball speed till it drops?

        • No not connected to black trim, as I wanted trim removable so if I ever purchase a wuxga projector the trim can be moved up.
          Obviously straight up you could hit a baton but we hit at most 60 degrees, and any energy on the ball it totally reduced by the fabric and it just drops to the gallon rebounding....just like you said.

          never hit the front loops , flops usually hit the trim or first. Loop st the back and go up.

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          • Mark_UK
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            Great thanks for explaining - I understand it now.

        • Outdoor Shed Build. More pictures and information here: https://golfsimulatorforum.com/forum...oor-shed-build


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