Fast track autumn for Triple E
Tuesday, 10 December 2019
triple-e-lathe-delivery-2Triple E has taken delivery of a new, high-speed CNC lathe
UK - There are no signs of slowing down for Triple E as a busy year draws to a close. The Kent-based stage-engineering manufacturer reports a busier team and factory than ever in the run up to the festive season.
“The momentum we have seen in all areas of the business this year is continuing,” reflects deputy director, Lucy Edelstein. “The autumn has been incredibly busy and it’s been non-stop since the PLASA Show in September.”
At PLASA Show 2019, Triple E took the opportunity to present two product prototypes to the industry - the Points System and the Bocking Block.
“The Points System is a simple and elegant addition to our 2Way track system, allowing multiple drapes to be used on one track or to create different spaces in one room,” says Edelstein. “With both wired and wireless control all venues will be able to change the feel of their space quickly and easily.”
The Bocking Block has been engineered specifically for the film and TV industries and is the first product in Triple E’s new Grip Equipment range, providing the wider entertainment industry with a selection of useful widgets, tools and equipment. This product will be launched to the market early next year.
In October, Triple E was a major sponsor of the Theatres Trust annual conference. Conference 19: Centre Stage took place at Battersea Arts Centre - a venue which has seen a large installation of Triple E’s VariRoller acoustic banners as part of the refurbishment of the Grand Hall following the devastating fire in 2015.
“Supporting the Theatres Trust annual conference is very important to Triple E,” states Edelstein. “Triple E’s roots are firmly embedded in the theatre industry, even though our products now serve a diverse number of sectors, and the Theatres Trust Conference is always a great networking event and a chance to reinforce our commitment to theatre.”
Back at Triple E’s HQ, the company has recently taken delivery of a new, high-speed CNC lathe. Now fully commissioned, Triple E has the capability to manufacture items up to 400 mm diameter faster than ever before.
(Jim Evans)

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