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Belden Electronics Division (www.belden.com), a manufacturer of wire and cable products, has a new 600-page master catalog. Arena Rigging (Rigging Seminars;
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Feb 1, 2003 12:00 PM

Belden Electronics Division (www.belden.com), a manufacturer of wire and cable products, has a new 600-page master catalog…. Arena Rigging (Rigging Seminars; www.riggingbooksandprograms.com) by Harry Donovan is a comprehensive description of rigging in arenas and other venues, from shackle details to complex force equations.

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