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07.12.2002
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Panther unveils Galaxy and Foxy cranes

Panther unveils Galaxy and Foxy cranes



The Galaxy crane has a
V-trapezoid bracing with four-side stability. It is mounted with Panther's new high rig, which are remote heads that have an extended reach of 60 ft.

Panther has introduced a new range of cranes. In addition to its new Galaxy and Foxy cranes, Panther has also developed a new high rig, designed to enhance the cranes' performance.

The hard-coated aluminum Galaxy crane has a V-trapezoid bracing with four-side stability. It is mounted with the Panther's new high rig, which are remote heads that have an extended reach of 60 ft.

The Foxy crane has a modular design that provides five supports in one. It can serve as a track dolly or lightweight dolly on the ground. It can also function as a transport cart. Accessories can fit in the carts pyramid which forms the base of the Foxy crane assembly.

With the new high rig the Foxy crane can achieve a height of 31.5 ft for remote mount while it carries operator and camera on the platform up to 15.5 ft.

Weighing 29 lbs, the high rig can be used as a low rig as well. If the high rig is used on Galaxy or Foxy cranes it will substitute one crane segment by achieving the same height allowing users to reduce the number of counter weights at the same time.

For information about Panther go to www.panther-gmbh.de/.


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