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Shovelman
Posted: Monday, September 29, 2008 10:08:08 PM

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I'm really surprised that nobody else has posted photos of this model yet? It is an absolutely fantastic model!!!

Here are some photos I shot today. This model features three-stage telescopic booms for all three drill heads and a two-stage boom for the man basket. The drill heads are postionable anywhere along the masts and the masts articulate omnidirectionally. The cab raises and lowers and has three positions of elevation. The front outriggers (stabilzers) extend and retratct. The rear axle steers. Etc.....

'Have a look at the photos:

























Please use this before clicking "post"??? You may be surprised with what you see!

PileDriving
Posted: Monday, September 29, 2008 10:48:16 PM

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nice looken model, even thow I am not into mining models....

Justin
TBM
Posted: Tuesday, September 30, 2008 3:24:00 PM

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Hello Shovelman

Thanks for the pics.
With this model a dream comes true for me
Angel
I think the model was made by Conrad, its right ?
I am a great tunneling-freak and I have many of the tunneling-models that where made in my collection.

Regards

Manfred

tunneling forever
rrehbeiL
Posted: Tuesday, September 30, 2008 5:56:52 PM
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Sure is a nice model . Iguess the main reason for no pics is that it hasent been officially released yet Sandvik sold em at MinExpo ;) maybe its as simpel as no one else who is visiting this forum who was attending MinExpo bought one except for u?? ;)
I wonder what these will cost if bought directly from Sandvik hmm hmm
Greasemonkey
Posted: Tuesday, September 30, 2008 6:06:07 PM

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There were at least two other forum members who bought them at Minexpo. I was one of them, and I really like it. I also got one of the LHDs and one of the hydraulic drills. Still haven't made it home, so I never posted on this.

Brian
Greasemonkey
Posted: Tuesday, September 30, 2008 6:13:39 PM

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There were at least two other forum members who bought them at Minexpo. I was one of them, and I really like it. I also got one of the LHDs and one of the hydraulic drills. Still haven't made it home, so I never posted on this.

Brian
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