pleasing to the eye but gimmicky
never tried it
i would find the thinnest kerf blade i could find and make the cuts
then laminate it all to some twenty or maybe thiry ounce canvas
not sure about how i would make it roll smooth but probably use
some quiet rollers at top and bottom
would look nicer for a built in wall cabinet so that it is flush with the
to give it a concealed look
could put the flat screen behind it
I have a Danish bed with tambour doors on the sidestands that have
been fine for about 40 years now. They used some kind of plastic for
the guides--it's approximately teak-color so it's not Teflon or UHMW,
if I had to guess I'd say ABS. The bed has smaller doors
though--that solution might not hold up with larger ones.
But why bother? When you're not watching TV use the flatscreen for
just another picture on the wall.
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