From: Robert Zinck (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Dec 30 2007 - 11:32:58 PST
I worked on one of these for about ten years when multi-image slide shows
were still popular. I've also moved one a few times. The way I was shown how
to move the column was to leave the camera carriage on it, detach it fom the
table, move the carriage all the way to the bottom or top of the column and
tie it down securely. It's been about fifteen years since I've done this,
but it makes more sense to move the carriage to the top and secure it just
so the chain won't be damaged. Hope this helps.
On 12/29/07, Jodie Mack <email suppressed> wrote:
> Does anyone have experience dismantling and reassembling large and complex
> copy/animation stands, such as a Forox or Oxberry?
> I stumbled across a Craigslist ad for a Forox II 35mm still stand and
> spent no time renting a UHaul and driving downtown to get it. I got the
> lights and platen off. I removed the camera from the counterweight system,
> but I could not really figure out how to remove the camera from the 8/9ft.
> pole/shaft thing. I'm beginning to wonder if it was a bad idea to dismantle
> the counterweight systemů
> I'm going back for a second try next week. I'd appreciate any advice. We
> can't lose this dinosaur to the dumpster!!!
> Jodie Mack (Chicago)
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