Hot Walls

This maze like entrance to a balloon convention was made with two triangular sheets of balloons. RMS Builders were used to hold the balloons together in the triangular shape. Each of the large panels was 34 feet long and 14 feet tall at the high end. The high end of each panel had one base plate and a 12 foot vertical pole to stabalize the wall. The low end of each panel had a 2.5 foot pole on a base plate to stabalize the low end. The curved shape of the walls was sufficient to stabalize the distance between bases.  
The Hot Wall entrance was a huge success with a minimum of hardware!
The photo to the right shows the view looking down on a honeycomb graph paper model used to plan the Hot Walls. Most designs that you make out of sheets of graph paper can be reproduced out of sheets of RMS and balloons on a larger scale.
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OnLine Directions
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RMS Catalog
Visit the Rouse Custom Shop General Catalog for purchase info on the RMS Builder expandable frameworks used to make this design.
RMS Honeycomb Graph Paper
Click to download special RMS honeycomb graph paper to layout your own variations of this design. View and print with "Acrobat Reader". Available FREE if not already installed in your computer.
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