- Aug 21, 2007
- Las Vegas, NV, USA
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.
Advice-- spend extra on quality castors. Steel with encased bearings and hard rubber wheels. Key words: Strong, smooth, quiet and reliable.Hey folks! A million apologies to all who thought I had forgotten them. Please follow this link:<broken link removed by mod, see alternate link below>
it's my personal file sharing thingy. This is a zip file; it contains an AutoCAD v14 file along with a bunch of PDF's. No matter what your computer skills you should be able to open and print these. I'm offering these for free, as a member of ControlBooth. Feel free to use just like you would any public domain design. I have been and will continue to be slammed for the next three weeks. Feel free to post, ask, email a question but please don't expect an immediate answer.
Latest designer was 3 weeks late. Lights begins loading in on Tuesday and I don't even have all the flats built yet.
Note to Mods, feel free to edit, sticky, or do whatever to this post. Also feel free to rework the attached drawings, I don't know when I'll ever get to it.
Alternative download: View attachment 4572 .
[Link broken as at May 2014] A photo album with pictures of a similar design: https://picasaweb.google.com/108046619267001578363/TurnTableForNoisesOff?authuser=0&feat=directlink#5661295922036708434 .