|CamLink fittings at the cabinet front
adjust the splay angle, forming rigid curved arrays for ease
of tilt adjustment.
|Rigid connecting bars link cabinets
at the rear.
|The MTG-3D grid facilitates flying
arrays of up to sixteen M3D or M3D-Sub cabinets.
With its captive QuickFly rigging, the M3D system is simplicity
itself to rig.
The QuickFly rigging system (fitted as standard) employs rugged,
reliable and deceptively simple components that remain captive,
in use and in transit. Custom CamLinks at the cabinet front corners,
and connecting bars at the rear, link the units for flying and
allow from 0° to 5° of cabinet splay (adjustable in 1° increments).
CamLinks work equally well either for suspended or ground-stacked
arrays. Because rigging connections are rigid, the array tilt
is easy to adjust in many cases eliminating the need for
a pull-back strap. Once the link on one side of the cabinet is
secured, the link on the other is automatically positioned.
Both types of connections use quick-release pins for speedy
setup and tear down. All load stresses are transmitted through
the rigging frames and associated hardware not through
the wooden cabinets. The design ensures that arrays up to sixteen
cabinets deep can be built with minimal labor and maximum safety.
Fast, efficient and safe
Completely captive hardware
Cabinet splay adjustment in 1° increments
Vertical arrays hang from specially designed MTG-3D top grids.
The grid provides comprehensive hanging configurations, allowing
for single point support or multiple hanging lines and bridles.
A rear extension provides fixing points for arcing. Also available
is the MTF-3D transition frame that allows Concert Series loudspeakers
to be hung underneath arrays of M3D systems.
It is the express responsibility of the
user to ensure that the QuickFly system is deployed in strict
accordance with the strength ratings, rigging techniques and
other precautionary advisories given in the QuickFly manual
and in any manual updates. Additionally, the user is also solely
responsible for ensuring that the Meyer Sound QuickFly system
is deployed in accordance with all applicable government safety
regulations. Rigging large, heavy systems like the M3D carries
with it responsibilities for the safety of others, and should
be done only by trained, qualified professionals.
Detail Drawings of the M3D QuickFly
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