Nike launches Phantom with Eurotruss Mega Structure!
Have a look at the Eurotruss Mega Structure built by the team at Harry the hirer Productions to help launch the new Phantom soccer boot by Nike. Simon Finlayson, General Manager of Harry the hirer Productions knew it was going to take a reliable truss system to build a structure of this magnitude and based on their past successes, there was only one system they felt suitable for the job, The Eurotruss System.
With the structure designed to tower over 18 meters in the city centre of Melbourne, Simon came to our Australian distributor Showtools needing a complex 3-way custom corner truss system to complete the job. “We hold great amounts of the Eurotruss Truss System in our inventory but for the shape of the structure needed for Nike, we had to acquire some unusual truss components from Showtools,” stated Simon. Showtools, along with Eurotruss went straight to work to make the complex corner system, designed by Harry the Hirer Productions a possibility.”
“32 custom Eurotruss HD44 truss sections provide the angled corner ribs, built by Eurotruss in the Netherlands, where it was noted that they were amongst the most complex truss sections ever built, because each section bends in 3 separate directions within the truss section. They achieved these in record time and allowed us to achieve the build, Simon Stated.