I built a simple “cage” out of PVC for my recording and practice area (voiceover/music e.t.c…..). What would be the best way to attach large sheets of cardboard to it so that I can then place sound panels on those cardboard “walls?” (without glue)

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In searching I only found a couple mentions of attaching cardboard to piping and they were always asking how to glue it together. I need other options.I made a simple 6′ x 5′ x 4′ rectangle out of PVC with a plan to put some large cardboard sheets on the sides and top as the “walls” and then attach some sound panels to the walls. I found a place that sells double-thick corrugated 6′ x 2′ sheets, so that’s what I’m planning on using, however I’m not sure how to go about attaching the cardboard to the PVC.Ideally I’d be able to easily remove the cardboard and reattach it if I have to move (which is likely within the next 2yrs), so I’d like to avoid glue if possible. Could I just make some small holes and run zip ties through them to hang them? (I plan on adding some blankets, or maybe weather stripping, on the outside to help cover the gaps/”seams.”)Any other ideas would be helpful, thanks! via /r/DIY https://ift.tt/3nuR5VU

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