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#1 Barry Cheong

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Posted 08 July 2006 - 09:45 AM

Has anyone had any experience using this DIY corners kit from Avenger?

http://www.bogenimag...amp;itemid=1503

I'm looking for a 12x12 frame solution that can be as portable as can be.
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#2 Rik Andino

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Posted 09 July 2006 - 11:08 PM

They're pretty cool...
Except you have to make sure they're really tight
Sometime the knuckles can undo themselves
They get banged or whater and you're frame can fall apart.

& I don't know about their portabilty...
You're still gonna need to carry around speed rail about 12' in size.
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Posted 09 July 2006 - 11:28 PM

Thanks Rik for the response. I'll probably only need 6' pipe no? There's a middle joiner to join 2 pieces of pipe together to form one side - unless I'm missing something. That's what got me - if it were just corners I would be having to carry 12' speedpipe.
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Posted 10 July 2006 - 10:50 AM

Thanks Rik for the response. I'll probably only need 6' pipe no? There's a middle joiner to join 2 pieces of pipe together to form one side - unless I'm missing something. That's what got me - if it were just corners I would be having to carry 12' speedpipe.


Speedrail keeps things extremely versatile. For example, you can make a nice little boom to arm out in a quickie. But if you'd like a nice frame-only kit, look up square tube frames with Matthews hollywood corners and quick reversing ears. Square tubing, I recommend, is the best quality for 6'/8'/12' frames for a rigid frame.

MSE catalog site
http://www.msegrip.c....php?show=email
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#5 Barry Cheong

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Posted 14 July 2006 - 09:02 PM

Speedrail keeps things extremely versatile. For example, you can make a nice little boom to arm out in a quickie. But if you'd like a nice frame-only kit, look up square tube frames with Matthews hollywood corners and quick reversing ears. Square tubing, I recommend, is the best quality for 6'/8'/12' frames for a rigid frame.

MSE catalog site
http://www.msegrip.c....php?show=email



Have you used Modern's 12x12 Square tube frame? What size tubing? Does it break down into 6 foot (or smaller) lengths?
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