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Discussion in 'Scenery, Props, and Rigging' started by Van, Feb 27, 2011.
Predates Broadway by a good bit. See the wiki entries in one, ad drop, and olio.
turntable if followed to suit? and does it take into account the dynamic force of heavy dancing?
Vectorworks file. Even though my best friend is one of AutoDesk's senior programmers and I can get a copy whenever i want, I haven't had AutoCad on one of my computers since about '02.
I don't doubt it, but i only started with theatre in the mid '60s. Don't have much real practical knowledge of stuff earlier than that, and wasn't gonna say they did it before that, even though logic says they pretty much had to.
Vectorworks file in the 2009 format that I just created from Van's ACAD file. I figured that what ever version people have they will be able to open this.
revolve in the future (you may notice the odd edges). Here are some images: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B6X1npKEQajwM1ZTS0VuVHVudTA&usp=sharing
revolve for Seussical. I made a short video of it turning and to show how I am braking the units.
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