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Thread: New truss system !! video of course

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    Default New truss system !! video of course

    i will let the video do the talking

    Low prices great service http://www.djanddiscostuff.com/

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    Ideal for a couple of LED pars and thats about it really! If you wanted to put something that moves onto something like that you will need something abit more substantial ie Prolite truss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiggles View Post
    Ideal for a couple of LED pars and thats about it really!
    Callum, do you know this for sure? Have you used or seen the base plates, or know how stable it is? (or isn't)

    Otherwise, it's a little unfair to guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solitaire Entertainments Ltd View Post
    Callum, do you know this for sure? Have you used or seen the base plates, or know how stable it is? (or isn't)

    Otherwise, it's a little unfair to guess.
    Its more to do with the height of the arch and the dynamic loads of something like a scanner for example. Combine that with rather thin base plates its not what I would call stable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiggles View Post
    Its more to do with the height of the arch and the dynamic loads of something like a scanner for example. Combine that with rather thin base plates its not what I would call stable.
    ...and while you could be right, you don't know for sure, which is my point.

    I would rather people didn't make comments on a product that they haven't used as it is unfair to the advertiser.

    Perhaps Mike can put us in the picture?

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    He says in the video it will hold up to 220 kilos, which in my estimation is quite a bit more than a few LED par cans.

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    well i have done pull ups on this stand (only 3 mind you lol) and i found it very stable, the base plates are the trick here , they are aprox 60 cm long and actually weigh more than a piece of the truss as they are solid steel .

    i think the stand will be more stable the more weight you add to it and it can hold over 200 kg .

    everyone whom has seen it at the shop has been impress with the build quality of this item .
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