Torpedo AV calls Camstage for new screen
Camstage Ltd. returned to Torpedo Factory Group for a fast turn-around job. In two days, a crew replaced a screen with a seamless one for a client of Torpedo's AV group.
Torpedo decided a seam in its big fat elastic screen would not work for the company's AV work. It needed a fast solution to avoid missing its deadlines.
Camstage was able to arrange for a new screen, bypassing the usual six-weeks delivery time for a screen. The crew quickly removed the screen, created a new frame and stretched the new screen.
A Stagelite matt white, seamless, non-perforated screen was installed at the LIDL Distribution Centre in Gravesend, Kent.
Camstage was at Torpedo in March. for a job that included fitting a curtain motor and masking motor. Crews also installed a non-perforated white screen with maskings and recabled all systems.
Lidl is one of the leading discount supermarkets in the UK, with 600 stores and 13,000 employees.
The Torpedo Factory Group formed in January 2011, a three-way merger between Gordon Audio Visual, the UK's longest established AV/IT hire and live events company, Foresight AV, a leading provider of integrated AV and video conferencing technologies, and Torpedo Factory Films, a film and media production company.
Camstage was formed in 1989 and is known as a leading UK supplier to the cinema and theatre industries. Products include projection screens, stage curtains and acoustic wall panels needed in cinemas, theatres, places of worship, crematoriums, educational facilities, home cinemas and other venues. Services include design, installation and maintenance.
Published August 12, 2014; updated April 5, 2017.