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Liebherr R974 Pneumatic Excavator

June 13th, 2016 No comments

Liebherr R974 Pneumatic ExcavatorModel of a Liebherr excavator. Features drive, steering, rotating superstructure, fully remote-controlled pneumatics, a manometer, lights and custom stickers. Read more…

Liebherr R944C Tunneling Excavator

July 19th, 2011 28 comments

Model of a Liebherr excavator with tunneling arm. Features a blend of electric and pneumatic functions, custom stickers and lights.   Read more…

Caterpillar 385C Front Shovel Excavator

June 16th, 2010 43 comments

Caterpillar 385C Front Shovel Excavator

Large model of a Caterpillar front shovel excavator designed for a public display. Features a drivetrain with a subtractor, superstructure rotation mechanism, V12 piston engine, arm with 3 joints controlled remotely by motorized linear actuators, pneumatically opened bucket, remotely elevated operator’s cabin, lights and custom stickers.

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Volvo EC290C

January 10th, 2010 73 comments

Pneumatic excavator with a full remote control. Features internal compressor, 3-position motorized pneumatic valves, integrated manometer, infinite freedom of superstructure rotation, lights, flashing warning lights, custom stickers and simple suspension.

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Liebherr R996

February 12th, 2009 13 comments

Model of one of the largest Liebherr excavators. Features 6 motors with full remote control, chassis driven from the superstructure and infinite freedom of superstructure rotation.

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Excavator

January 6th, 2009 4 comments

My first excavator. Features chassis driven by the motors inside the superstructure, three pneumatic circuits with an internal electric compressor, and full freedom of the superstructure rotation.

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