So I'm mounting a projector on the ceiling, but the roof is sloped up 6 degrees towards the screen. I have a projector mount but it doesn't have any pitch adjustment (recognising that mounting horizontally level is the way to go).
I'd like to stick with the mount I have rather than buy a fancier one. Consider this a budget install ;-)
So first thoughts were I could simply cut a wedge shaped piece of wood to give me the angle (and solid contact between the mount and the ceiling). It might be tricky but after a few failed attempts and some swearing sounds like it would work...
But then I thought maybe this would actually be a good use of 3D printing? Which might also make a fun project to design it myself. I'm thinking I'd need a fairly pro service to get the resolution for a smooth enough wedge shape? Can anyone recommend an 'upload your file we'll print your project' type service in NZ? Is it likely to be economical? Are the plastics used solid enough for this type of use?
What do you guys reckon?