The mosquito net is finished. Below is instruction in pictures and text. If anything is unclear, just ask.I think that the idea of fastening the netting to the construction base instead of the slats is crucial. Otherwise, the slats would bow inwards, due to the tension.
You start, of course, taking aim. Here I would like to make a mosquito net with the target size 480 x 480 mm (external dimensions), but the method can easily be used to make a rectangular net too.
The joints are kept in position using double sided tape. Be careful not to use too much tape!
Place a small piece of plastic (eg cut out of an old plastic bag) over the corners, so the glue does not ooze when the slats are put under compression .
Clamp the slats. To get an even pressure, pieces of wood are placed over the slats under the clamps.
Let the glue harden.
The mosquito net is finished and ready to keep the little blood-sucking and extremely rude intruders away. The frame can be mounted as desired, eg hinges and fasteners, or more permanently with screws. We needed a method that makes the screen easy to remove, so we can get to open and close the front door. The solution was another small home-made project that I will share with you soon.
[Editor's note: Apologies for my poor editing of Google Translate's translation from the original Danish.]