Brad Zimmerman

Brad Zimmerman

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181 weeks ago @ ChurchMediaDesign.tv - Paper Sun Spiral, Free... · 0 replies · +1 points

Click the links(underlined in blue) below the video. You can the choose with size of file format you need.

189 weeks ago @ ChurchMediaDesign.tv - DIY Drum Enclosure · 0 replies · +1 points

Yup! That would be a great start.

195 weeks ago @ ChurchMediaDesign.tv - DIY Drum Enclosure · 0 replies · +2 points

There is was no heating for permanent bending involved in our project, the lexan(don't use plexiglass) is tightened to the frame via nuts/bolts/washers. I would attach in the center first then bend to the outside edges and attach there. Then fill in In-between.

If we would remove our bolts the lexan would go back to a straight piece.

It only took myself and 1 other person to attach the lexan to the frame. 3 people would be plenty.

200 weeks ago @ ChurchMediaDesign.tv - DIY Drum Enclosure · 1 reply · +1 points

We installed everything and built the platform and roof ourselves. We also had to paint all the metal. The fabricator only made the frame then gave it to us in pieces.

200 weeks ago @ ChurchMediaDesign.tv - DIY Drum Enclosure · 0 replies · +1 points

The video and PDFs above describe everything we did to make the enclosure. There arnt any "complete" plans that I am holding back. This is a very case by case type of project, that's why I said in the video that it wasn't going To be a step by step "How To" tutorial. Sorry I can't give any more assistance.

204 weeks ago @ ChurchMediaDesign.tv - DIY Drum Enclosure · 0 replies · +1 points

When I bought mine I only asked about the width and height, i never even asked what the thickness was. I am sure you will be fine to use a thinner material.

210 weeks ago @ ChurchMediaDesign.tv - DIY Drum Enclosure · 0 replies · +1 points

Don't ask for a specific size, just ask for pricing on the largest size they sell. I built mine around the large piece I could get my hands on. Call as many places as you can and ask for the largest size they carry, then you can figure out how big on and enclosure you can building with that material.

219 weeks ago @ ChurchMediaDesign.tv - DIY Drum Enclosure · 0 replies · +1 points

I was worried about cracking when you drill through the lexen near the edges. Also I think this was the only thickness that was available in the large sheets.

As far as temp goes, it can get warm but i added a fan in the ceiling that pulls all the hot air out, if that fan is running I rarely get to warm while drumming.

219 weeks ago @ ChurchMediaDesign.tv - DIY Drum Enclosure · 0 replies · +1 points

Please look at the show notes above. If you have a specific question not answered by the tips, pdf, or video leave it below.

227 weeks ago @ ChurchMediaDesign.tv - Summer Salsa: Free Gra... · 0 replies · +1 points

I'm not having any issues with the download. Can you try another browser or let me know exactly where this is failing?