Draper Updates Original Access Concept Draper’s original “case first, screen later” concept just got even better, according to the company, and CEDIA 2015 will provide the opportunity to see the changes up close and in person.By RS Staff Published: September 15, 2015 ⋅ Updated: April 15, 2019 Draper’s original “case first, screen later” concept just got even better, according to the company, and CEDIA 2015 will provide the opportunity to see the changes up close and in person. Draper is introducing several improvements to Access ceiling-recessed projection screens, including the introduction of a new model to the line. The new Access Fit features a much smaller case cross section for above-ceiling motorized screen applications. Access Fit is designed for home installations, offering the same quality components engineered into a smaller profile to fit into tight spaces above the ceiling. Draper has also re-engineered the Access bottom closure panel to make it easier to attach and improve the panel’s overall engagement with the screen housing. An improved “T” bracket engagement allows the panel to hinge downward for service, eliminating the need to make extra trips up and down the ladder while carrying the closure. Improvements to internal components has allowed the company to offer sizes up to 192 inches in total width, without increasing the case profile size, and new, removable hoisting brackets make it easier to use block and tackle or a winch to lift the screen out of the shipping carton and into the final mounting location. To learn more, visit the company at booth 2910 during CEDIA, October 14–17 in Dallas.