Thanks, Zinji. Oh, hang on. What do you mean by "each side"? Surely you just attach the pipe to one side of the board?
A good sign is two foam-boards with the pipe in the middle. Looks more professional After all, we're being subsidized by Global Pharma!
OK, I see.
Do you see anything wrong with my idea some posts back of using the plastic sleeve and card either side of a single foamboard?
Roughly, A2 is about 24" x 17". I gave the exact size in metric but can't be bothered to convert it so just measured it with hand-spans.
The 5 mm foamboard seems quite rigid, but I might make some kind of cross-piece arrangement so if there is any wind-shear twisting the board while I hold the handle tight all the strain won't be on the washers or screw-heads holding the board to the pipe.
Remember I'm going to be promoting my Robot Auditor, not just spotlighting the CofS, so it is worth it to me to spend a few bucks to do it right.
No. Like when you go to a trade show.
Not funny now. You ruined it with your limited English vocabulary.
Maybe I don't understand your sleeve
I would think a double-foam-board, with the pole through the middle and a sleeve over both
Wouldn't that work?
Sure, but the sleeve comes in A2 size, not A2 plus an inch. I suppose I could hack an inch or two off the boards.
8' is probably too long for most circumstances, but, it came in very handy for the CC, which had high hedges
I'd say 5' is ideal, since the sign itself takes up room and you want leverage to hold it.
If you want to get fancy, you can use a smaller pipe inside a wider one so it can telescope
With holes to stick a pin through