Arrow Dynamics was an amusement ride manufacturer mainly known for their innovative roller coasters and the creation of the log flume.
Founded by Ed Morgan, Karl Bacon, Bill Hardiman, and Angus "Andy" Anderson in 1946 as a machine shop under the name Arrow Development. The company quickly went into amusement ride business and were asked by Walt Dinsey to develop many of the early Disneyland rides. In 1981, the company was sold to German Huss Rides, forming Arrow-Huss. Dana Morgan, son of Ed Morgan, was briefly appointed president before he founded his own company Morgan Manufacturing. Arrow-Huss filed for bankruptcy in 1985, and one year later both Huss and Arrow continued business seperately. The company, now known as Arrow Dynamics, would build rides until its final bankruptcy in 2002, after which S&S Worldwide acquired the remaining assets. S&S, in turn, would be bought by Japanese Sansei Technologies in 2012.