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Rigging

``Argh! Tie it off, tie it off! I can't hold it much longer!'' - Unnamed techie, expressing the joys of using the non-counterweight fly system in Alden Hall at WPI.





Figure 4.1: Pictured are some of the tools of the trade used to safely rig set pieces and the like. Pictured are (from rear to front, left to right): a turnbuckle, shackle, a thimble, a rapid link, another thimble, and a wire rope clip.
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Steve Richardson 2000-07-06

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