Weather proofing the frameless P10 panels.
I did finally get around to building two more frameless panels. They are both 18 panels, 3x6, but assembled and mounted to be Tall and Skinny (6ft tall, 1.5ft wide, approx). My build leaves the front of the P10s totally exposed to the elements, so to put them outside I needed "something" to weatherproof them.
That something came from WalMart. It is a heavy gauge vinyl, about $4 per yard, and is super clear and flexible. I used the same covering technique that I use to wrap Christmas Presents, using Gorilla brand Duct Tape instead of Scotch tape. While they have yet to live through a huge downpour of rain, they have been dew covered and frost covered several times. It took about 5 yards to cover both panels.
Since they are wireless (RasPi 3), the only wire exiting the enclosure is a power cord. As described earlier, my intent is to be able to stack these in larger arrays (these two could sit, side by side, and make a 6ft tall, 3ft wide display). When Grouped into the larger display by xLights, they synchronize very well. Or set one on top of the other and get 3ft tall by 6ft wide. Or put them end to end and get a 12ft long marquee. Since they have no "frame" there is virtually no gap between the panels.