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a Cutter
Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 6:06:40 PM

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Oh my. I'm not into the underground kit but man this truck could be an exception!.....Nice looking piece!

Thanks for all the photos folks!

Chris
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Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 10:02:01 PM

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Thanks for the shots of the Sandvik dumper thats what I was after.
Sandbox225
Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 10:09:10 PM

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when will the majority of these be available state side? does their release at bauma mean sometime in the next few weeks? or will it be months before i have a new ec460 and ta 230?

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brian falcone
Posted: Friday, April 23, 2010 1:04:41 AM

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i NEED that 475 loader. what a nice model. cant wait till its out.
CatD11T
Posted: Friday, April 23, 2010 11:12:00 AM

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Sandbox225 wrote:
when will the majority of these be available state side? does their release at bauma mean sometime in the next few weeks? or will it be months before i have a new ec460 and ta 230?

I sure hope it's months. That will give me time to recover.

-Adam
cranedude07
Posted: Friday, April 23, 2010 11:17:29 PM

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has anyone seen the new sennebogen 7700 there? real or model? i cant wait to see pics of it

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Shovelman
Posted: Friday, April 23, 2010 11:40:51 PM

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Has anyone thought about Ricky and that fact that he hasn't posted anything here in two days? He made it a point to say that he woud give us a "daily report" and did for the first two days, but nothing from him has been posted since then. I surely hope that nothing bad has happened.

Are you still there Ricky?

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

RowanH
Posted: Saturday, April 24, 2010 6:47:04 AM

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Wow, look at the AF460! What a beast!





Rowan.

1:25th scale CAT 375L excavator

giftmodels
Posted: Saturday, April 24, 2010 8:10:10 AM

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Shovelman wrote:
Has anyone thought about Ricky and that fact that he hasn't posted anything here in two days? He made it a point to say that he woud give us a "daily report" and did for the first two days, but nothing from him has been posted since then. I surely hope that nothing bad has happened.

Are you still there Ricky?




..I'm always here, in these two days many collectors have gone to see me and we had the pleasure to know in person .. I have a lot of photos of the fair since I'm here all week, and in the morning (as i'm an exhibitor) I can take pictures of machine without the public around .. but I have not had time to publish yet .. ;) sorry..

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CatD11T
Posted: Saturday, April 24, 2010 6:56:17 PM

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That's fine, take your time. . .

-Adam
Remko
Posted: Saturday, April 24, 2010 6:58:38 PM

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RowanH wrote:
Wow, look at the AF460! What a beast!

Rowan.


Yup, it's huge!! I'm not really familiar with Caterpillar machines, but it looks lige the rear has been made longer. Probably for extra counterwight and to make room for additinal power/pumps for the attachment. Anyone who could clear this up?


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JoeS1989
Posted: Saturday, April 24, 2010 7:18:36 PM
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I imagine that its based on a 385CL and it certainly has been heavily modfied!
Martin J.
Posted: Saturday, April 24, 2010 7:39:08 PM

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Remko wrote:
RowanH wrote:
Wow, look at the AF460! What a beast!

Rowan.


Yup, it's huge!! I'm not really familiar with Caterpillar machines, but it looks lige the rear has been made longer. Probably for extra counterwight and to make room for additinal power/pumps for the attachment. Anyone who could clear this up?


In the second picture is an IMT logo so googled it and got:
http://www.kellytractor.com/eng/products/foundation_drilling/imtfoundation_drilling.aspx If you download one of the brochures it has IMT's website http://www.imtspa.com/eng/azienda.html but no mention of the AF460 Sad Sad yet.... I'm sure we'll a brochure when they get back from Bauma

If anyone took close up pictures of the boards beside the machine could they post them??


Engineering; Its all STRESS and not just Force over Area!
Remko
Posted: Saturday, April 24, 2010 8:23:56 PM

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I thought I made some more pics of the machine, including the diagram on the board in front of it. Damn..





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gbarnewall
Posted: Saturday, April 24, 2010 8:35:48 PM

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anyone got info on the big white and blue Eder Excavator? didn't caterpillar buy them back in the 80's/90's???

Why is "phonetically" spelt with a "ph"?

... It's better to be silent and thought a fool, then to speak up and remove all doubt

The complex of Newgrange was originally built between c. 3100 and 2900 BC,[2] meaning that it's aproximately 5,000 years old. According to Carbon-14 dates,[3] it is more than 500 years older than the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, and predates Stonehenge by about 1,000 years.

RowanH
Posted: Saturday, April 24, 2010 11:12:43 PM

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gbarnewall wrote:
anyone got info on the big white and blue Eder Excavator? didn't caterpillar buy them back in the 80's/90's???


I was wondering that too, looks like one of the new Liebherr R9100's

Rowan.

1:25th scale CAT 375L excavator

Remko
Posted: Sunday, April 25, 2010 4:56:06 AM

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RowanH wrote:
gbarnewall wrote:
anyone got info on the big white and blue Eder Excavator? didn't caterpillar buy them back in the 80's/90's???


I was wondering that too, looks like one of the new Liebherr R9100's

Rowan.


Definately doesn't look like the new Liebherr R9100's... That's like comparing an F/A-22 Raptor to a F-86 Sabre, yes these are similar, they are both jet-aircraft...

That said, the excavator wasn't too bad looking. A rugged machine (looks extremely heavy) for hard work. Nothing fancy with special electronics or anything. It's meant to dig and do just that. The Liebherr R 9100 looks like a spaceship. It's a very advanced looking machine. How it holds up in the field, I have no idea, but in my opinion it's one of the most beautiful machines I've ever seen.

Unfortunately there wasn't any documentation about the Eder, but the type on the side was 8150 so I assume it's a 150 tonne machine, perhaps with an 8 cu. m3 bucket. I couldn't find anything through Google either...

EDER 8150



Liebherr R 9100 Litronic





Some more of my pics (of which I took far too few, only 289 in total, should have been at least four times this number...).

Grove GMK 6400. Beautiful crane!







Weldex Kobelco SL6000 seems like a good and powerful crane. From what I remember it has quite a good lifting chart. Coming to a part in the UK soon I guess... Teeth Teeth









They also had one of the Japanese models at the stand. Only 50 where made, and none of thse are for sale.





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Remko
Posted: Sunday, April 25, 2010 5:13:12 AM

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New Holland-Kobelco E245 quadruple boom demolition excavator for an Italian company.
No, the tracks can't be widened, it has something to do with the Italian legislation for transporting heavy machinery. We estimated the track width (with those narrow pads, which were also cut of on the outside) to be no more than 2,5 meters / 8 feet. (well, at least MotorArt didn't make that new model up) Teeth Wink



Especially for Gaz & Eric, some pics of the Labounty stand.





They had my dream machine on site as well. A Liebherr A 934 C material handler with short stick with bucket linkage and heavy third member shear, a Labounty MSD 2000R-SL to be exact. Unfortunately the machine was tugged in beside a smaller excavator and a few flags...







Some weird-pre-fabricated-components-carrier-thingy... We don't know what it is exactly, but it probably used for lifting heavy concrete pieces. It looks interesting though! Would make a great custom.





Wasn't exactly new judging from the state of the engine...



One of my favourites at the show. The "Raupentransporter" from W. Haddick GmbH & Co. Wonderful machine which looks very useful. Base is a Caterpillar track loader. They reversed the cab (the rear of the loader actually became the nose of the transporter), lengthened the tracks and built a special body. This machine was equipped with a dumpbody, but optional a container lift is also possible.









On a Liebherr PR 732.



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Remko
Posted: Sunday, April 25, 2010 5:26:08 AM

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Another interesting machine, the Frutiger SR T-18 'Tiger' Scrapedozer. Load-carry-unload all with one machine.





Diagram.



Chimney robotic/remote controlled demolition machine. For chimney's from 4 to 20 meter diamater. Simple, but very effective!



A few of the stands had models on display as well. Not just for sale, but more to demonstrate the workings.

At the Komatsu stand they had a nice diorama of a mining operation. Komatsu PC 8000 loading two Komatsu 960E dump trucks while a Komatsu 375 leveled the terrain.



Liebherr R 9800 at the Liebherr stand.



Bucyrus had a nice diorama as well, a bit smallish though.... Teeth Whistle















MAN Takraf / Tevano had some intersting models as well. I wouldn't mind having that Surface miner in 1/50th scale...





Remko

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cranedude07
Posted: Sunday, April 25, 2010 5:26:25 AM

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great pics remko, im really liking that gmk6400, hope a model is made of it, thanks for posting them

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