Because of this, Jands came up with a completely
new design, in conjunction with Brown's, solving their problem
of needing a low-profile, weight-bearing truss that could service
lighting, video and audio requirements, and maintain a very high-quality
finish, in keeping with the stylish surrounds.
The truss they designed was 600mm wide and only
350mm deep, and incorporated chain motor bracing plates to allow
the motors to connect directly with the truss. This eliminated
the need to wrap the truss with steels or spansets, which would’ve
been visible from ground level, something the designers wanted
to avoid at all costs.