Steps are necessary on all stages higher than 30cm. Steps allow performers to quickly and safely get on stage with ease.
Square stage platforms (1x1m)
These are the most common and versatile stage platforms as they allow for near endless combinations and stage expansion. Square platforms act as the main building component for most typical stage designs. They’re also the lightest panels in the market allowing a single person to set up a stage with ease.
Rectangular stage platforms (2x1m)
The 2x1m platforms make it easier to set up a larger stage in a shorter period of time. They require more space for transportation and storage, but reduce the total number of platforms required to construct your stage. Although two people are required to set it up, they’re also more cost effective. Unlike the 1.2 x 2.4m stages other companies sell, the 2x1m platform is designed to fit into most elevators making it more convenient when packing in and out of venues.
Half metre stage platforms (1×0.5m)
Half platforms cut down on size for transportation and storage purposes. When 2 or more are combined, they’re fully compatible with other platforms, allowing for more creative flexibility when designing the overall stage layout.
Quarter round stage platforms
Quarter Round platforms are capable of producing round circles 2 Meters in diameter, ideal for product displays and tradeshows. They’re also ideal for creating rounded corners and edges, allowing further flexibility with a smooth and professional finish.
Right angled triangular stage platforms (Isosceles)
These stage platforms are designed to allow the creation of angled corners and edges. Unique stages and configurations can be created through the use of multiple isosceles triangle platforms.