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Casters make the stage come to life

In most situations, standard casters, like our institutional, industrial and kingpinless line provide adequate maneuverability. But, when hitting your mark is more important than anything else, super maneuverable casters are required.

A tri-swivel caster, with a trade name of StageMaster, by Darnell-Rose, is a perfect solution for rolling equipment around a live stage.  They work by utilizing multiple swivel sections.  Pictured to the right is a custom application using our 75 Series swivel section, welded to a custom plate.  The wheels are Swivel-Eaz by Aubin.  This provides the ultimate in mobility in the smallest possible space. Low-profile and high capacity, these quiet casters allow for props and scenes to be placed with precision, in a hurry.  Because, as we all know, “The show must go on!”

We are able to custom fabricate nearly any size or capacity tri-swivel caster, fitting nearly any equipment. Contact us for more information.

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