Larry (and other vendors),
Sure, i will reply this to the group, so others are informed.
Our sign guy is making the banners and frames for me - the frames custom fitted to my specs: basically I want very easy to snap together, high enough to walk under (6' 6") and large enough to read from afar. Also, I wanted compact, easier to tear down and store. So, as minimal frame as possible - stand on table, not floor. The "feet" will be smallish, about 6" square I think. So the banner will NOT stand alone; it needs the 3" clamps (I already purchased) to hold it up.
I would like to wrap these up as convenient as possible. I had hoped to put them all in a tube. Remember, BrickFair (not including vendors) will have 24 of these to store away. But realistically, I think the banner and frame will fit into a tube, but the feet and clamps will need to be stored separately. Not ideal, but do-able.
On May 10, 2011, at 1:08 PM, Larry Pieniazek wrote:
> Thanks for the links!!!
> Sorry to keep bugging you about the banners but I just re-read the original
> note you posted in March and it says
> Banners will be 30"x76", or close to it. The printers may need to adjust an
> inch or two. The frames will be light-weight and easy to snap together. I'll
> include two 3" clamps for clamping to a table. So you get:
> * Banner
> * Frame
> * Feet <<<< ------ THIS IS THE PART I MISSED BEFORE
> * 2 clamps
> Total: $200
> So... maybe these have feet already??? If they can stand freely and don't
> NEED to be clamped to a table that was what I was asking you about
> Should I ask this question on the list instead?
> Larry Pieniazek
> Hobby mail: Lar at Miltontrainworks dot com