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Thanks for your comment! The adoption of four tracks is to make them more wheel-like. When driving on rough ground traditional tracks tiptoe and the contact area is quite small. Four tracks have a much higher contact area with the ground, aided by independent suspension to each track, suspended via a swing arm from a central pivot. Each track has a separate wheel motor, which can brake, accelerate and even turn.
Incredible ideas, nice machine, the tracking, the remote features,85 there is to much glass for a heavy machine, I agree with pup085, but any other feature I think are great nice job. When can I see this done?
Estaremos viendo esta maquina en futuro próximo porque esta sensacional
Well its an interesting concept,especially the remote detachable cab.
Que doido, muito bom.
I like some of the concepts here, like the independant tracks, but maybe a little simpler version first. I really like the active counterweight. Give a lighter, easier to move machine a big digging advantage.Just make sure to not make it so complex it is not reliable. I think the concept shows some promise though.
Thanks for your comment! Please understand that this concept is based, in some part, on technologies that have yet to be developed. It also relies on future developments that may or may not have been tested but are certainly not yet commercially available. But we are working on it :-)
These ideas might have their place is smaller specialized machines but the KISS principle still holds, especially when playing in the dirt.
That's How great ideas are born! excellent work.
i'm no expert but the concept looks pretty cool
Couldn't that have doubled the budget and hired (say) two college students for the modelling and animation work?
Interesting. I don't know about the latice boom. lattice has compresion strength but not much tortional strength. but maybe it could be worked out. ran my first Volvo excavator last week. I liked it but I dont think I would buy one. I dont have a dealer close. I am afraid parts would be high. I had a Komatsu' and that was the problem with that. Holy crap the parts were through the roof. I run a Cat with 26,000 hrs on it. I wonder if my buddy will get that many hrs out of his Volvo?
Do we really have to walk like this in the future?!?
Wooow, amazing animations. ;)
Amazing ideas !
Only thing i dont like is that it has one little "Camera", i hope that by the time this badboy ever gets built they have some serious Heads Up Display technology and even helmet mounted instruments. Thats what i'd like to see.
it would do away with a tilt bucket just using the tracks to get the required angle.
good ideas but highly doubt it'd work that well or at all in the real world. Way to many things that could go wrong.
the 4 tracks is a great idea, but it would only really last in light duty work, working in rock like in highway construction it wouldnt last. and all the other small things would just be more unnecessary and would never get fixed by a mechanic, so theyre rather pointless. oh yeah, what construction worker wears tights??
thats actually pretty cool!