Our rigging department is the newest addition to 3D Productions. We stock industry standard components that can be designed into innovative systems for suspending anything from sound and lighting equipment to the Moon.

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As with all our stock the same principles of standardisation and useful kits apply: making sure you have everything you need, every time. All lifting equipment and accessories are rigorously tested and maintained for maximum reliability. All equipment is LOLER tested and certified on a rolling basis, certificates are always available.

Our rigging department undertake a massive range of projects: from designing a structure to follow the contours of a big top tent, to fitting a support system into a cathedral to suspend artwork. So far, there’s no venue that’s intimidated our riggers.

Our equipment includes:

  • Truss systems: JTE 52cm Supertruss and 38cm Supertower, TSG OV30 Box, Superlite 30cm Tri
  • Motors: EXE Rise 1T D8+, Liftket 1T D8, Prostar 250kg, Prostar 1PH 133kg
  • Controllers: Outboard LV12, LV6, LV4
  • Stands: 6.5m Truss stands, Manfrottos
  • Hard Rigging: Girder Clamps, Boom arms, Shackles, Steels, Truss Couplers
  • Soft Rigging: Spansets and Soft Steels
  • Self-climbing ground support systems in OV30 and Supertruss
  • Smart Mast towers: PA and Lighting, compact footprint

For more information or a quote please email or call 0113 236 3700

Rigging Solutions

Ground support truss system @ Freedom Festival, Hull

Truss Systems

Straight lengths, baseplates, corners, connectors and couplers

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Art installation 'Museum of the Moon' by Luke Jerram @ The Harris Museum, Preston

Motors & Control

Electric chain hoists powered by Outboard controllers

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Supertruss ground support system @ The Monastry, Manchester

Ground Supports

Fixed or self-climbing in OV30 and JTE 52 CM Supertruss

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JTE Self-Climbing Smartmast

PA & Lighting Towers

Discrete PA or Lighting Towers in 6m and or 9m versions

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Main Page Image: Art installation 'Museum of the Moon' by Luke Jerram © Tony Worrall Photography