Take a Virtual Tour of Doppelmayr’s D-Line

Yesterday Doppelmayr released a series of videos on YouTube highlighting the specifications and features of the company’s latest evolution in detachable technology called D-Line.  While these are computer animations, there is a real-life prototype at Doppelmayr’s Wolfurt campus and the launch customer opened the first D-Line gondola last December in Hochgurgl, Austria.  The first video highlights the CWA Omega IV SI D cabin, which has a simplified hanger and larger overall dimensions.  10-passenger cabins appear to be the standard for D-Line rather than 8-passenger cabins.

You can also take a tour of the detachable grip-D with a virtual tear-down.  The grip-D can support ropes up to 64mm in diameter, carry up to 4,000 lbs and operate on 45-degree rope inclines.

Perhaps most interesting is the Station-D, which has gotten some negative reaction for its appearance.  We now learn there is a boxier version utilizing real glass that can even be customized into a video wall.

D-Line will be available in North America in 2017 alongside the current-generation UNIG terminals and Agamatic/DT grips offered by Doppelmayr.

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4 thoughts on “Take a Virtual Tour of Doppelmayr’s D-Line

  1. Doppelmayr FTW! March 22, 2016 / 10:00 am

    these look great! What is your opinion on the media facade version? Personally, I’m not a fan of the boxiness but it is very cool.

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    • Peter Landsman March 22, 2016 / 10:09 am

      I don’t see the media facade ever making it to North America. The Forest Service probably wouldn’t allow it so that knocks out many of the US resorts that could afford it.

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      • Doppelmayr FTW! March 22, 2016 / 10:11 am

        Not even in thier base area?

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