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#1 James Steven Beverly

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Posted 20 October 2008 - 12:24 AM

I was just curious about the type of cardboard boxes used in stunt work for high falls ect. Are these just standard cardboard boxes and what are the standard sizes and weight (cardboard strength specifications) of boxes used? Also Is there a formula for the number of box layers used in relationship to the hight of the fall and up to what hight are boxes safe to use for a high fall? I also know the boxes are held together using plastic wrap, is this standard shipping plastic wrap or something more exotic? Do these stunt box piles usually have pads on top. Like I said just curious. B)
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