WS-GI is a broadcast/live streaming video production workstation flypack suited for workflows requiring ample storage space for various audio and video equipment such as microphones, and cameras.
This flypack case features a torque hinged lid with VESA mounts to allow 2 of 24 inches monitors to be mounted. The lid can be adjusted to a suitable viewing angle to cater for different working situations.
The pull out workbench is supported by heavy duty 68kg drawer runners from underneath to ensure it can withstand the weight of not only the mixers, but also extra weight applied to it while operators rest their arms on the platform while it is pulled out.
3 pull out drawers with foam lining and shelving spaces are provided under the work bench for various AV equipment.
Cable path has been planned internally with openings between compartments. A recessed dish at the back of the case with Neutrik True1 powercon sockets is planned for power input.
The front removable lid is fitted with corner handles making it very easy to operate.
YOUR CASE IS OUR CASE
We put a lot of efforts in our case designs as well as built quality and workmanship. We design our cases to be long lasting, easy to use and appreciated by our customers.
This workstation flight case WS-GI features:
- Penn Elcom hardware
- ARMOR P1201 12MM Laminated Panels with Glossy Black Honeycomb Finish and Black ABS Interior
- Corner Handles
A long lasting business means it can withstand the test of time to win customer recognition, maintain a health relationship with our customers and stay ahead of competition. Starting from a humble beginning in 2016, Armor is determined to be around when its founding team members are long gone. The culture of ownership, quest for solution and improvements, openness must be in every team member’s DNA
Armor started as a supplier of road cases for the live event industry back in 2016. We have since evolved into a transport solution provider for many other industries and sectors.
The cases we produce are only as good as the team that are working on them. To have high standard on our cases, we must have extra-ordinary team players.