Historic Danish Theatre Gets a Facelift - April 2009
The article "Historic Danish Theatre Gets a Facelift" appeared in the April 2009 issue of Power Transmission Engineering.
The Royal Danish Theatre has occupied the heart of Copenhagen for centuries and recently upgraded to a new control system featuring Sprint Electric DC drives to extend the lives of the existing motors, keeping replacement costs down. The Swedish stage design and technology company Visual Act retained most of the original motors and mechanics while providing a much-needed facelift to the stage.
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