These pages now further updated, 11th September 2003.
This page is intended to be of assistance to anyone wishing to build themselves a practice tight wire rig. I have put this information on the net in somewhat of a hurry, because I have been putting it off for so long that I thought I'd better get something - anything - up on the web.
I therefore ask you to forgive me if you find that these pages a bit rough and ready, or that they don't look too clever on browsers other than IE6. Moreover, I haven't properly reviewed what I have posted here, so there may be missing or redundant files. Hopefully, if you are keen enough, you will find what you are looking for.
To view the CAD files, you will need suitable software. You can download TurboCAD LE here. You will also find other variants of TurboCAD, but the LE edition is not time limited. You should also be able to open .DXF files with AutoCAD and other proprietary formats.
I would be grateful for any kind of feedback regarding the information presented here. Please feel free to mail me if you feel you have any useful input whatsoever. I would be particularly interested to hear from anybody who actually builds one of the damn things - I have sent out a few CD-ROMs over the last few years to people who have sounded very enthusiatic, but have yet to hear of one actually materialising.
Also, anyone who feels like converting the pamphlet into HTML should do so straight away, and then mail me ;-)
You may also be interested in my main website, which tells you all about myself and my company.
There is no Plan D.
Thanks to Sweavo for the image. See some more here.
Jay Linn, 11th September, 2003.
JAY LINN CIRCUS ARTS