Puppet on a String …

Nowa­days sets and show deco­ra­ti­ons often fea­ture moving ele­ments. In the posi­tio­ning of the­se loads (which often weigh tons!), the hig­hest degree of pre­cisi­on and abso­lu­te safe­ty are cal­led for. It is in just such situa­ti­ons that the Vario­Trol­ley from Chain­Mas­ter comes into its own. The Vario­Trol­ley had its bap­tism of fire in 2001 at the Euro­vi­si­on Song Con­test in Copen­ha­gen, when 24 of the trol­leys com­bi­ned with a Chain­Mas­ter BGV C1 chain-hoist and a Chain­Mas­ter as fail­safe con­trol­ler in a dis­play of kine­tic vir­tuo­si­ty wit­nessed by tens of mil­li­ons across the con­ti­nent. The sys­tem was used to mano­eu­vre eight semi-cir­cu­lar truss struc­tures hori­zont­al­ly and ver­ti­cal­ly over the sta­ge and for­med the cen­tre­pie­ce of the set design. And the result? Chain­Mas­ter: 12 points!

Vario-Trolley

Nowa­days sets and show deco­ra­ti­ons often fea­ture moving ele­ments. In the posi­tio­ning of the­se loads (which often weigh tons!), the hig­hest degree of pre­cisi­on and abso­lu­te safe­ty are cal­led for. …

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