Rigging

What does it take to be a rigger? Attention to SAFETY! Most Rigging involves hanging things over other people. If something goes wrong, somebody can get hurt. Not good. Riggers need to know the proper methods of securing items like cable, aka wire rope, to other objects without the possibility of slipping. Remember this, your rigging is only as strong as the weakest link. In other words, if you use cable that can hold a thousand pounds and a piece of chain that is rated for 500 pounds, then the whole thing can only hold 500 pounds. There is so much about rigging that could get us in trouble, it would be irresponsible of me to skim over it. So, until we have enough material here to give you a full picture, I recommend visiting these sites

Rigging
Olio Drop

Olio Drop

Spaces with low ceilings present a particularly challenging situation for...

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Runaway

Runaway

As you can see, an OOPS happened. While unloading several costumes from a...

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Fly System

Fly System

We're taking out some of the slack in our fly lines. The problem is that...

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Cable

Cable

Seen here: Cable cutters;Part of a shackle; A loop of cable ;A Thimble...

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Sewing

After Elias Howe invented the first American-Patented sewing machine (in...

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