Matthews Studio Equipment Adds 5/8” Baby Pin To Gobo Plate Line

MSE adds another smart mounting solution to their Gobo Plate line - this time using Matthews must-have grip essential, the 5/8” Baby Pin.

Like their other Gobo Plates, the Gobo Plate Baby Pin is a US-made, rock-solid machined hardware solution, and is designed to save time and energy when mounting 2.5” grip heads to an endless variety of equipment and set architecture.

Gobo Plate Baby Pin includes a flat 3” wide by 1/8” thick steel “plate” portion with a clear zinc coating. A variety of machined cut outs, designed for versatile functionality, include: a T-slot with V centering, as well as two ½” diameter, three 3/8” diameter, and six ¼” diameter spaced circular holes to easily accept attachment hardware or rod pass through. Welded to the rugged plate is the Matthews knurled 5/8” Baby Pin with metallic coating, ready to deliver solid support to any of the countless accessories that attach to this industry standard gear.

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