Build A Bridle : Wire Rope Drops

Build A Bridle : Wire Rope Drops
In her latest video detailing rigging terminologies and best practices, Siobhan Colleen takes a close look at Building a Bridle (Wire Rope Drop).

Siobhan explains that when beams are placed in a very high situation wire rope drops are preferred to excessively long bridle legs, emphasising that it is far more pleasant (and safer) to haul an 80 foot (24.4m) chain with a 20 foot (6m) wire drop than a 100 foot (30.5m) motor chain.
Always on point, Siobhan’s collection of videos on are compulsory viewing for both experienced riggers and those new to the industry.
The complete series of videos, all distinctively narrated by Siobhan, focuses on various contemporary rigging techniques. The eleven consecutive videos cover:
Rigging Gear 101 (Part I)
Rigging Gear 101 (Part 2)
Arena Chalk Markings
Rock and Roll Baskets
Builds a Basket (Split15)
Build a Bridle
Build a Bridle (Deck Chain)
Build a Bridle (Wire Rope Drop)
Send It Baskets
Send It Chain Motors
Send It Pipe
All the videos will be broadcast on A4I. tv – First Trussing & Rigging Television.