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Thomas Lamb

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Folding staging
« on: December 05, 2013, 09:25:10 pm »

I'm having a hard time finding the staging like they use in hotels. The kind that comes in 6x8 and 4x8 with adjustable legs (usually 16"-24" or 24"-32") it's splits in the center and has its own wheels attached. Kind of like a Ping pong table. Midwest folding products has some but it doesn't appear to have height adjustment. Everything else I find is Chinese. I don't care if it's made in China but want to purchase in the us. However, made in the USA is perferred.
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Re: Folding staging
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2013, 09:37:47 pm »

I'm having a hard time finding the staging like they use in hotels. The kind that comes in 6x8 and 4x8 with adjustable legs (usually 16"-24" or 24"-32") it's splits in the center and has its own wheels attached. Kind of like a Ping pong table. Midwest folding products has some but it doesn't appear to have height adjustment. Everything else I find is Chinese. I don't care if it's made in China but want to purchase in the us. However, made in the USA is perferred.
Not exactly what you're talking about, but Global Truss makes some nice staging:
http://globaltruss.com/ProductDetails.aspx?ItemNumber=393&MainId=17&Category=100
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Cailen Waddell

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Re: Folding staging
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2013, 09:50:19 pm »

Wenger has it.

http://www.wengercorp.com/risers/stagehand-staging.php

They haven't discovered aluminum yet, everything from them is usually steel and heavy. That said, I have a group that regularly brings in their 20 year old Wenger choral risers and they are still in good shape
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Re: Folding staging
« Reply #3 on: December 06, 2013, 08:41:42 am »

Don't know where you're located but these are in eBay

6 Portable / Mobile 6'x8'x48" Stage Platforms // FREE SHIPPING WITHIN 500 MILES

http://bit.ly/1bljvsa
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Re: Folding staging
« Reply #4 on: December 06, 2013, 08:48:16 am »

I'm having a hard time finding the staging like they use in hotels. The kind that comes in 6x8 and 4x8 with adjustable legs (usually 16"-24" or 24"-32") it's splits in the center and has its own wheels attached. Kind of like a Ping pong table. Midwest folding products has some but it doesn't appear to have height adjustment. Everything else I find is Chinese. I don't care if it's made in China but want to purchase in the us. However, made in the USA is perferred.

Sico, Inc. makes all things folding... staging, Murphy beds, hotel buffet stations... and "real" big boy staging, too.

http://www.sicoinc.com/mobile_folding_stages.php
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Re: Folding staging
« Reply #5 on: December 06, 2013, 08:52:48 am »

I'm having a hard time finding the staging like they use in hotels. The kind that comes in 6x8 and 4x8 with adjustable legs (usually 16"-24" or 24"-32") it's splits in the center and has its own wheels attached. Kind of like a Ping pong table. Midwest folding products has some but it doesn't appear to have height adjustment. Everything else I find is Chinese. I don't care if it's made in China but want to purchase in the us. However, made in the USA is perferred.

Try Wenger. They have other versions than what I linked to.

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Re: Folding staging
« Reply #6 on: December 10, 2013, 03:28:50 pm »

We use these from Stage Right as drum risers. Adjustable height, not too heavy, and on wheels.
http://www.stageright.com/view_product~pid~71.asp
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Re: Folding staging
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