"What Greg said.
A 20' bar of 2" cold rolled steel can get you 8 weights at a 2.5' length that weigh 25lbs/piece. That's 50lbs/tent leg.
They'll cut it down for you and if your not a welder, they'll weld on rings for…"
"Yeah this is a great place! I'm grateful as well.
Visiting a fair before hand is always a great way to do it. Just be careful taking pics around peoples booths... some artists, especially photographers, are funny about people taking pictures…"
"I guess one of the first things to consider is the type of transportation you have. Can you even carry the panels in your current vehicle..?
I love my propanels but I also have a long bed pickup truck with a tall topper/cap on the back so…"
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Hi, The DIY is a separate art fair but runs simultaneously with Funky Ferndale. I know of several photographers who participate in the DIY but someone else on the site might be more qualified to answer that. Why don't you pose that question in the Discussion forum?