BALD Technologies Intros Rental Lift for Large-Format LCDs


BALD Technologies has begun shipping a new powered lift column designed to be mounted in a flight case and lift up to a 300-pound, 90” monitor.  The product has a vertical travel of 27” to include adjustable integrated dampening.  It was specifically designed to address demand coming from large format monitor users wanting to use […]

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BALD Technologies Introduces A Powered Industrial Grade TV Lift Column


BALD Technologies has debuted a ruggedized lift column with 16-point integrated dampening which significantly reduces the possibility of damage to the monitor during transportation and portable use. Producing 36” of powered vertical travel blended with a ¼” steel mounting plate deliver the world’s best lift column for Rapid Deployment applications. The purpose built column was […]

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BALD Launches Manual Kickstand for Large Displays


Have you ever had a customer ask for a large touchscreen that’s tiltable but could still be transportable for trade shows, rentals and lift-assisted work surfaces (like what architects have)? Well, a small company called BALD Technologies has what they are calling a simple to use and transportable two-piece product that included a near edge to […]

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BALD Technologies Intros Manual Tilt Kickstand for Large Touchscreen LCDs


BALD Technologies just announced the release of a brand new product that it says is specifically designed to simplify the process of transporting, setting up and tilting 30”-55” touchscreens. The two part machined aluminum and steel stand is quickly adjusted and setup/broken down by pulling two quick-release pins from the ultra wide, stable, multi-port base. […]

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BALD Technologies Intros Digital Signage Flat-Surface Tilt Mount


BALD Technologies just released a frame designed to be quickly dropped into a work surface — ultimately allowing users to precisely adjust the viewing angle of the touch screen. The two part, actuator driven mount moves the interior frame from horizontal to vertical and anywhere in between ultimately solving viewing angle problems associated with horizontally […]

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