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PLASA 2016: Platinum sponsor Robe lights the way

PLASA 2016: Platinum sponsor Robe lights the way

Sunday, 18 September 2016

UK - Immediately following the launch of Spiider, PLASA 2016 Platinum Sponsor, Robe, is set to show this latest, innovative product at PLASA 2016. Spiider builds on the extreme success of Robe's best-selling 'industry standard' LEDWash series with a completely new concept and optics.

"Spiider is really something special which everybody will love!" says Robe's CEO Josef Valchar. "Forty-two Spiiders will be in action on the Robe booth - which is an absolute 'must-see'!"

As well as Spiider, Robe will be showing Halo and the Viva LED.

Halo is a special bespoke new Robe LED 'pixel technology' device, which can be used to transform PAR cans and add other dimensions to stage and TV sets, whilst the Viva LED is a moving light that has driven the introduction of a CMY version of this small, punchy workhorse fixture.

"PLASA is an important show," continues Josef. "We recognise London as an entertainment industry capital of the world, which is why we are focusing on three innovative new products there."

The full Robe UK and International teams will be available on Stands D40 and F40, which will feature another new and eye-catching environment this year, with a design inspired by a typical London street scene.

Robe will also be offering its famous hospitality and, as a sponsor of The Exploratorium with Next Robe Generation, fully embracing the spirit of inven

PLASA 2016: Yamaha and Nexo connect

PLASA 2016: Yamaha and Nexo connect

Sunday, 18 September 2016

UK - At PLASA 2016, Yamaha Commercial Audio and Nexo are demonstrating the seamless connectivity of their products. The jointly-hosted stand J10 features a unique, zoned design which showcases a range of scaled audio solutions - from the smallest room to the biggest stadium. A significant feature is a comprehensive Dante network, allowing staff to demonstrate the ease with which Yamaha and Nexo products can be seamlessly networked to provide complete, easily managed system solutions of any size.

The stand will feature a significant new Yamaha product, alongside the flagship RIVAGE PM10 and CL/QL series digital mixers, the Commercial installation Solutions (CIS) series of processors, mixers, amplifiers and loudspeakers, plus a range of input and output options.

Key Nexo products on show will include the ID Series (ID24 and S110 sub), GEO M6 compact line array and DTD amplifiers and controller.

Technical staff from both companies will of course be on hand throughout the show to demonstrate products and answer any questions.

Stand: J10

To get your ticket for the PLASA Show, click here!

(LSi Online)

 
 

PLASA 2016: AC-ET Zone showcases leading brands

Sunday, 18 September 2016

UK - A.C. Entertainment Technologies Ltd. (AC-ET), a leading one-stop provider of professional equipment to the entertainment industry, will showcase a selection of the very latest technology solutions available from their vast portfolio of over 200 leading brands, in their large exhibition zone (main stand E30) at PLASA 2016 - Olympia, London, UK, 18th - 20th September.

Staff from the company's dedicated Lighting sales division - which supplies any aspect of your stage, theatre, or architectural lighting system - will be present to demonstrate the latest lighting solutions from brands including Chroma-Q, Jands, ProLights, Spotlight, LumenRadio, Luminex and Tourflex Cabling, amongst others.

The company's dedicated Film & TV sales division - which offers a comprehensive one-stop inventory of lighting, control and grip solutions for film, television, studio and location applications - will showcase the latest solutions from Chroma-Q, Fiilex, Mole-Richardson, Manfrotto & Avenger, and LumenRadio.

Tourflex Cabling (stand F30), AC-ET's in-house added-value service, understands just how critical cables and connections are to the entertainment industry. Last year alone they made over 100,000 cable assemblies, including more than half a million metres of exceptional quality cabling - a command performance by any standards. They carry a vast range of cables, inc

 
PLASA & Artistic Licence put Art-Net 4 in the Zone!

PLASA & Artistic Licence put Art-Net 4 in the Zone!

Sunday, 18 September 2016

UK - As the most widely supported ethernet lighting protocol in the industry, Art-Net has arguably come of age with the release of version 4, which is timed to coincide with the PLASA show.

Artistic Licence is well known as the inventor of Art-Net and a leading expert in lighting control, and as such is the perfect host for PLASA 2016's dedicated Art-Net Zone. This exciting new initiative - on Stand R71, on the show's upper level - is supported by PLASA and LSi magazine and aims to provide expert education and training on the use of Art-Net and related protocols.

The Art-Net Zone promises to be a hub of activity, with many of the industry's most knowledgeable experts in ethernet and DMX/RDM lighting control on hand to provide one-on-one training, mini-seminars and practical product advice in an 'Art-Fest' session. Visitors will find Wayne Howell & Fraser Connolly (Artistic Licence), Hamish Dumbreck (JESE), Peter Willis (Howard Eaton Lighting), Bob Goddard (Goddard Design Co.), Jon Hole (Eaton - Zero 88 Series), Geoff Archenhold (ISTL), Iain Ruxton (Speirs and Major), Tapio Rosenius & Gorka Cortazar (LDC). AV support is to be provided by TSL Lighting.

Art-Net 4 provides a significant advance in lighting control because it incorporates management of the gateway data source; this allows users to choose Art-Net as the discovery, management and RDM tool, while usi

 
 

PLASA 2016: Don't miss 'The Story of the National Theatre's Lightboard'

Sunday, 18 September 2016

UK - Forty years ago this October, the new National Theatre building opened on London's South Bank. It housed three theatres, production workshops, rehearsal rooms and all the state-of-the art technology you'd expect in a new world-class venue. It was also home to a new kind of lighting control capable of dealing with the National's 800 plus dimmers, moving lights, colour changers, projectors and more. Specified by theatre consultant Richard Pilbrow and partner Dick Brett, Lightboard offered a wealth of powerful tools for mixing and balancing lighting, creating cues with complex timing and overlapping fades. At best it was considered only borderline possible with the technology of the day - but with a mix of clever planning and cunning engineering by Rank Strand's development team, the project was realised.

The recent recovery of an original Lightboard by the Backstage Heritage Collection, and the development team's 2016 Gottelier Award Nomination, prompted this year's PLASA Show to host "Inventing The Future: The Story of the National Theatre's Lightboard," presented by Rob Halliday, lighting designer, programmer, author of LSi's Classic Gear column and founder member of the Backstage Heritage Collection. Taking place in the PLASA Lighting Theatre at 2:00pm on the 19th September it's your opportunity to spend a riveting hour and a half with Rob as he tells th

 

PLASA 2016: Pin the Mic on the Actor seminar

Sunday, 18 September 2016

UK - Today at PLASA, Zoe Milton from the Association of Sound Designers (ASD) presents Pin The Mic On The Actor, a session that has previously featured in the PLASA Show Seminar Programme and received such a good response that she has been asked to run it again.

During the session, Zoe will give a practical demonstration of wireless mic dressing - how to hide them, dress them, colour them, make them work with long hair, short hair, glasses, hats, wigs, or on someone who is completely nude. Putting the over the ear, under the ear, in the hair, on the cheek, hip, groin, small of the back. Whether the mic is micropore, Transpor, Tegaderm, Hapla band or Zinc Oxide, this seminar will look at the many different options for mounting a mic and transmitter on an actor.

The session takes place in the Audio and AV Theatre on Sunday 18th September from 15:15 - 16:00

To get your ticket for the PLASA Show, click here!

(LSi Online)

 
 

PLASA 2016: AV Installation Strategy for Venue Owners

Sunday, 18 September 2016

UK - Today at PLASA, James Gosney, Head of Installed Sound at Stage Electrics and Emma Bigg, AV Architect at Octavius RE will look at the important questions to ask when designing an Audio Visual Installation.

"A good, well-designed and installed audio system should last a venue at least 20 years," says James. "However, there are too many times where I'm called in to design a new audio system for a venue, simply because the original one wasn't designed and installed properly. The aim of this session is to save you, time, money and heartache."

James and Emma will take you through the necessary steps to ensure your system design and installation exceeds your customer's expectations and highlight the potential pitfalls along the way. Based on a wide variety of real life experiences, with examples of good and bad practice this seminar will give you the tools to ensure the best results every time.

The session takes place in the Audio and AV Theatre on Sunday 18th September from 16.15 - 17.15

To get your ticket for the PLASA Show, click here!

(LSi Online)

 

PLASA 2016: Don't miss the global event for the Rigging community

Sunday, 18 September 2016

UK - The 2016 PLASA Rigging conference, sponsored by Unusual Rigging, Outback Rigging and PRG XL Video, kicks off on Monday under the watchful eye and steadying hand of Total Solutions' Chris Higgs. Now in its seventh year this annual industry assembly opens with a keynote address from the father of the modern rigging industry and founder of Stage Rigging Inc., Rocky Paulson.

During his presentation, Rocky will talk about his career as a rigger and the influences that shaped it. "I feel very lucky indeed to have been invited to speak at this year's conference," he says. "I'm very much looking forward to being there, not least to renew old acquaintances and make new ones."

Chris should have his work cut out during the day's other sessions as we look forward to hearing from industry heavyweights the likes of; Chris Skeith, The AEO, Mark Surtees, Outback Rigging, Tom Goode, Goode Projects, Adam Searle, Rigging Team, Mark Ager, Stage Technologies and many more, as they tackle this year's hot topics - including Chain of Command, a session exploring the relationships that exist between the different stakeholders employed in a show; news and updates from PLASA on the NELC, NRC and trainee rigger scheme, a report from Ron Bonner on the progress of making CWA 15902 into an EN; and a look at the world of flying PA systems, as well as the complex discipline of performer fly

 
 

PLASA 2016 back in the thick of it

Sunday, 18 September 2016

UK - PLASA opened the doors of Olympia this morning with a sense of anticipation. And it wasn't disappointed. It seems that answering the industry call to relocate back to the PLASA Show's original turf has payed dividends.

"It was encouraging to see so many people arrive for the very beginning of the show," says PLASA managing director Peter Heath. "PLASA's emphasis is where it should be, creating opportunities that will lead to sustained growth for our commercial divisions, leading back into the membership through increased activities and initiatives. The relocation to West London, and the move to a September date, as well as an enhanced seminar programme, more interactive showcases and technical workshops are all part of this, and were very much driven by member feedback. Early indications are that it's working."

So what is in store for day one? As well as a host of innovative products to see from the 200+ brands, there are PLASA's free-to-attend seminars, which have always been a key attraction of the show.

Always a favourite is the annual Rigging Conference and Forum, but there are also seminars covering the hot topics in audio, lighting, AV, staging and those all-important business skills.

With two seminar theatres, product demo areas and interactive showcases situated on Olympia's Gallery floor, highlights for day one include, Pin The Mic On The Ac

 
PLASA 2016: Clay Paky shows broad portfolio

PLASA 2016: Clay Paky shows broad portfolio

Friday, 16 September 2016

UK - Clay Paky is thrilled to be celebrating its 40-year milestone at PLASA 2016 (Stand N42-K42) and welcomes visitors to the Clay Paky Universe, inside the Ambersphere Solutions area, inviting you to get up close and personal with its broad portfolio of trailblazing creative tools.

On debut is the Scenius, the new beam shaper at the top of the Clay Paky moving head range. Its advanced optical unit and the 1400W OSRAM discharge lamp provide very high light output and an excellent CRI. Its framing system consists of four independent overlapping blades which create shapes of all sizes and proportions by working simultaneously on four different focal planes

The Hepikos is a 700W washlight that combines low power consumption with color quality, without compromise. Thanks to its PC front lens (° 185mm) and narrow 5° beam angle, the fixture can also produce a sharp, thick beam, which can be used for striking, coloured aerial effects.

The Shar-Bar is an advanced moving LED bar with features that transform it into a brand new multi-beam effect light. It fits six 30W powerful new Osram Ostar RGBW LEDs. The optical unit coupled to each LED consists of a motorized system with double mirror: this means each light beam can be pointed independently of the others or locked within a 60° (+/-30°) cone. Thanks to this ingenious, original optical unit, the SHAR-

 
 
KOI Awards 2016 launches event app

KOI Awards 2016 launches event app

Thursday, 15 September 2016

UK - Prestigious lighting and video content design awards ceremony the Knight of Illumination Awards (KOI) has launched a new interactive event app for the 2016 edition.

The app serves as a one-stop hub for KOI Awards' shortlisted designers, guests, sponsors and interested parties to engage with the event and its celebration of lighting and video content design across theatre, television and concert touring and events.

With a clean, intuitive interface and branding for the Awards' valued Headline, Spotlight and Table sponsors, the free-to-download app offers users all the information about the event they could need in the palm of their hand, from shortlists to social media links.

Content creation, communications and events agency The Fifth Estate, that produces the event, worked alongside developer eStage Digital to introduce the new digital tool. The app is available on both iOS and Android.

"This is our second year producing the KOI Awards and we knew we wanted to bring the event further into the digital age," says The Fifth Estate's creative director and KOI event director Sarah Rushton-Read. "The app is essentially a virtual event programme, which includes useful information such as an interactive map to the venue plus the latest KOI news. What's great about it is we can keep developing it for years to come - we already have exciting ideas on how to b

 
PLASA 2016: City Theatrical showcases new technology

PLASA 2016: City Theatrical showcases new technology

Thursday, 15 September 2016

UK - At PLASA 2016, City Theatrical will be demonstrating their new technology on stand H50 at Olympia London, including new B-Series Dimmers for LED tape, RGBI QolorFLEX LED Tape, new products from Pathway Connectivity, and the newly released Lightwright 6.

Andrew Voller will be also be on the stand demonstrating Moving Light Assistant Software.

City Theatrical is launching a new group of uniquely featured, high quality, constant voltage B-Series Dimmers in a variety of capacities and configurations. All partner perfectly with City Theatrical QolorFlex professional quality LED tapes.

The B5 Dimmer is a five-channel x 8A constant voltage dimmer in a rugged steel case. The five outputs give users the ability to run a full 40A of load such as RGB (three channels) plus bicolour tape (two channels), or RGBA (four channels) plus WW (one channel).

Three types of DMX connections are included (5 pin XLR, RJ45, and terminals), as well as a four button user interface to make address and parameter selections.

The B4 x 5A RDM Dimmer is a sleek and tiny constant voltage dimmer that can control 20A of LED tape load. Its connections are all on terminals.

B4 x 5A RDM DINrail Dimmer is a DIN rail version of the B4 x 5A RDM Dimmer with all the same features, for users who prefer a DIN rail approach to installation. All connections are terminals.

The B4 x 5A RDM

 
 
Showlight 2017 announces first speakers

Showlight 2017 announces first speakers

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Italy - Preparations for Showlight 2017 are hotting up as the first speakers for this quadrennial event are announced.

With the Papers Committee continuing to sift through a swathe of submissions, details of the first speakers for Showlight 2017 in Florence are coming to light. The programme promises to be as fascinating as ever with the following international lighting specialists the first to sign up:

Aldo Visentin will share some of his experiences over many years of touring with, and lighting for, Maestro Andrea Bocelli.

Lighting designer Colin Ball will show how he uses theatre and film lighting techniques to light many buildings, including the Tower of London and the Palace of Westminster.

Declan Randall will tell of his experience of acting as set and projection designer, in addition to lighting designer, for an original production of Sister Act in Johannesburg.

Amy Mae Smith made her West End début as the lighting designer for the critically acclaimed Sweeney Todd on Shaftesbury Avenue, winning the 2016 Knight of Illumination Award in the Musicals category.

Henk van den Geest will explain the problems of using LED to light fragile works of art, such as Van Gogh paintings, in art galleries, whilst dealing with decision makers who are without technical experience whose main focus is in energy savings and limiting investm

 

PLASA 2016: Robe is ready to rock Olympia

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

UK - Robe is ready to rock the PLASA 2016 expo at Olympia next week, 18 - 20 September, which is back amidst the lively buzz of west London.

"PLASA is an important show, and we recognise London as an entertainment industry capital of the world which is why we are focusing on three innovative new products," comments Robe's CEO Josef Valchar.

With Spiider, Robe has experienced unprecedented levels of anticipation surrounding this new product which is launched worldwide just three day days ahead of the show.

Josef confirms, "Spiider is really something special which everybody will love! Forty-two Spiiders will be in action on the Robe booth - which is an absolute 'must-see'!"

The Halo, a special bespoke new Robe LED 'pixel technology' device, can be used to transform PAR cans and add other dimensions to stage and TV sets.

The runaway success of the Viva LED moving light has driven the introduction of a CMY version of this small, punchy workhorse fixture.

The full Robe UK and International teams will be available on Stands D40 and F40 which will feature another new and eye-catching environment this year, with a design inspired by a typical London street scene.

Spiider builds on the extreme success of Robe's best-selling 'industry standard' LEDWash series with completely new concept and optics.

It has one super bright 60W RGBW LED multichip in

 
 
PLASA 2016: LSC launches Mantra Wing

PLASA 2016: LSC launches Mantra Wing

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

UK - For its 26th time, LSC Lighting Systems, the Australian lighting control system manufacturer, will exhibit at this year's PLASA show on booth H35.

With the new Mantra Lite console breaking all sales records at LSC, the next version of software has been released and adds further powerful features including a Shape Generator. The Shape Generator allows easy creation of Circles, Fig8, BallyHoos and other FX's on the Pan & Tilt of any moving light.

As a complement to the Mantra Lite, a new Mantra Wing will be launched at the show. Each wing adds an additional 12 fixture faders, another 10 pages of 10 playbacks as well as an extra DMX 512 Universe hardware output. Up to two wings can be plugged into a Mantra console giving the system the ability to control up to 48 fixtures with 10 pages of 30 playbacks over three universes of DMX via XLR, Art-Net or sACN.

Also on show will be the Clarity LX-Series range of consoles showing the latest software. This new version is a substantial and significant step forward and ahead of the competition in the control of compound and complex multi-segment fixtures

On the booth, LSC will also show the newly released software for the APS Advanced Power System which allows the user to utilise the APS as a DMX Relay rack alongside its current feature set of Auto-power on/off on detection of DMX and staggered power up.

Fast

 
PLASA 2016: Robert Juliat debuts Dalis LED Footlight

PLASA 2016: Robert Juliat debuts Dalis LED Footlight

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

UK - Robert Juliat will be sharing stand space with its exclusive UK distributor, Ambersphere Solutions, as PLASA 2016 relocates to London's Olympia (Stand K32).

Receiving its official launch at the show is Dalis 862 LED Footlight, the next evolution in the Dalis family.

Dalis 862 Footlight is a 150W LED batten with 48 white LED sources arranged in a double row. It shares RJ Dalis 860 Cyclight's exclusive patented optical system of fixed micro optical asymmetric reflectors which deliver an even spread of light and perfect dimming from 100% - 0%. The LED sources deliver a tunable white from 6500K to 2200K giving true non-coloured shadows which makes it ideal for display applications.

Dalis' two rows of reflectors are arranged to deliver long or short throw beam-lengths, with the LED sources controlled independently to offer low-level lighting capabilities, upstage or downstage. Set at the edge of the stage and not visible to the audience, Dalis 862 provides low-level lighting on performers from the front to the back of the stage.

Each Dalis unit also integrates red and blue coloured position-lights, independently controlled, which can act as a signal for the performers and also mark the edge of the stage.

Each row can be controlled independently or in groups of four, via DMX /RDM, Art-Net and sACN with 16-bit control. All controls and connections are o

 
 
PLASA 2016: KLANG joins The Exploratorium

PLASA 2016: KLANG joins The Exploratorium

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

UK - KLANG:technologies, the designer and manufacturer of its 3D in-ear monitoring system, is participating in The Exploratorium at PLASA in partnership with its UK distributor, HD Pro Audio.

KLANG:technologies's 3D IEM processing is billed as the next major step in the evolution of stage monitoring. Multiple musicians are able to control their own mix with standard touch-screen tablet devices whilst the revolutionary effect of the 3D processing brings greater separation, clarity and, more importantly, reality, to their personal mix.

HD Pro Audio sales director, Andy Huffer, explains, "The concept of The Exploratorium immediately appealed to us in its inventive approach to showing new technologies in an interactive, informative and entertaining way. KLANG's 3D IEM is leading edge, so requires engineers and performers to hear it to appreciate the significant advance it represents in spatial and transparent in-ear monitoring."

Huffer continues, "This is a fantastic opportunity for us to demonstrate KLANG's innovative new technology in a way that allows visitors the chance to try it out themselves and we welcome everyone visiting PLASA to come and hear the future of IEM."

To get your ticket for the PLASA Show, click here!

(Jim Evans)

 

PLASA 2016: Doughty schedules triple launch

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

UK - Doughty Engineering will unveil three new clamps at this year's PLASA show as well as showcasing other items making their UK debut and a range of long-standing favourites.

Visitors to stand L50 will be the first to see the new Atom G Clamp. This 'baby' joins Doughty's popular Atom Clamp family and has been designed in response to a customer request for a clamp that is suitable for small architectural luminaires.

Mark Chorley, design engineer at Doughty explains, "A considerable number of our products start life as one-offs for customers who approach us with a specific request. On this occasion we designed this clamp for a well-known lighting company which was looking for a neat and unobtrusive way to hang one of its architectural luminaires. We realised that other companies would also benefit from the design of this clamp which fits 10mm to 25mm diameter truss and has an 8mm diameter fixing hole and as such we have added it to our Atom family and look forward to receiving feedback from our customers at this year's show."

The Clamp Space Saver is another unique product from Doughty that will make its first appearance at PLASA. Clamps can be awkward to store and transport, with lots of wasted space in each storage box due to their size and shape. The Clamp Space Saver allows the clamp to fold down, reducing in height to just 50mm - saving 100mm of space pe

 
 

PLASA 2016: Philips Lighting to preview LED range

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

UK - Philips Lighting will preview a brand new product from its highly popular effects light range Philips Showline, plus showcase the latest innovation from its Philips Vari-Lite, Philips Selecon and Philips Strand Lighting brands, at the PLASA London expo 2016.

One of the major exhibitions for the international live entertainment technology industry, PLASA London will take place at Olympia London between Sunday 18 and Tuesday 20 September. Philips Lighting will be on stand G60.

The first in a new innovative LED range under the Philips Showline brand, the SL LEDSPOT 300, will be available for exclusive preview on the Philips Lighting stand. The SL LEDSPOT 300 is a compact LED, high output luminaire that will offer designers a gamut of vibrant colours from its CMY colour mixing and fixed colour wheel. Not only that, the product can achieve dynamic effects from its rotating and fixed gobo wheels, three-facet prism, Iris and framing system.

Also from Philips Lighting's Showline range will be the SL BEAM 300fx and the SL HYDRUS 350 - a compact yet astonishingly powerful luminaire ideal for the live event and TV market that launched earlier this year. Feature-packed with a wide zoom range in each mode, the Philips Showline SL HYDRUS 350 offers a vibrant colour pallet and features all the tools a designer needs to create mid-air effects, clear and precise projecti

 

PLASA 2016: BroadWeigh highlights monitoring

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

UK - The BroadWeigh wireless load cell monitoring system will take pride of place on the stand of its exclusive UK distributor, AC Entertainment Technologies (stand E30), at this year's PLASA show. Visitors to the stand will not only see the system, which made its debut at PLASA 2015, in action but can also find out more about how the system has been put to use by BroadWeigh's customers since the launch.

Jonathan Purdue, sales manager at BroadWeigh, comments, "The launch of our new wireless system in 2015 was a big stepping stone for us in the industry. We already had riggers who loved our wireless kit, but we were keen to raise the bar and so the new system, which boasts a radio module giving four times the range of the previous system, as well as improvements in the omni directional antenna, has had a significant impact on performance and has undoubtedly set a new standard in this area of technology."

With a signal range of up to 800m, and the advantage of being able to assign shackles and base stations with a Group Key to provide increased security in busy environments, the system has already making a name for itself. It has proven its worth in numerous situations - from the Mariah Carey and Adele tours to the Ottawa Blues Festival, Massey Hall in Toronto, a Live Nation Italy event in Bari, Italy and for a major American football league.

Jonathan continues

 
 

PLASA 2016: MDG shows extensive portfolio

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

UK - MDG UK will be exhibiting at PLASA 2016 on Stand F60 where visitors can enjoy the opportunity to try out a selection of products from the MDG portfolio.

Have fun with theONE, the award-winning, dual fog and haze generator which was awarded LDI's Best Debuting Product Award on its launch in 2010. This will be in action on the nearby Robe stand at D40.

Run about with the ATMe haze generator in its portable carry kit: this kit sets a new standard in portability as it stores the gas canister securely beneath the generator and enables it to be operated horizontally without the gas line freezing, so you can generate haze exactly where you want it.

Don't forget Me2

 

PLASA 2016: GoboPlus.com expands catalogue

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

UK - GoboPlus.com, the one-stop online shop dedicated to the supply of custom and standard metal gobos, glass gobos and all projection images, will exhibit at PLASA 2016 (Stand B2) alongside its sister company, the specialist filter company, CutColourPlus.

GoboPlus.com has added more new designs to its gobo range. These will expand GoboPlus.com's existing collection, which includes Rosco, DHA and GAM gobos along with its own 'Plus' designs, to over 3000 standard gobo patterns.

GoboPlus.com's user-friendly, intuitive website, offers secure payment methods and a fast turnaround, 24-hours a day. Choose from standard gobos, or place a custom gobo order online by September 30 2016 using code PLASA16 for a 15% discount. (Offer opens from day 1 of the show).

Goboplus.com's online shop now features colour filter which is available from stock, by the sheet or roll, for shipping the same day.

Also on show on the GoboPlus.com stand (B2) will be the range of professional LED torches from Suprabeam. Prize draws featuring Suprabeam products will take place during the show to highlight these super-efficient 'real-light' torches which are otherwise available online from the GoboPlus.com website (www.goboplus.com).

GoboPlus.com's sister company, CutColourPlus, services the needs of the entertainment, education and architectural market with the supply of lighting filte

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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