Most EXTREME Industrial Machines Ever

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7 Most Useful Machines That Do Incredible Things !

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Cat 319D LN climbing onto rail car

Caterpillar 319D LN climbing onto a rail car to unload crushed rock in Kansas City.

Airplanes You WON'T BELIEVE Could Actually Fly

It was 1903 when the very first successful flight in history occurred. It was thanks to the relentless efforts of Orville and Wilbur Wright that the self-propelled little aircraft took flight. It was piloted by Orville and stayed in the air for 12-seconds and managed to cover 120-feet. Don’t get me wrong, people have been trying to be airborne for centuries with some catastrophic consequences. Today we have a look at some planes that you’ll be wondering, “how on earth was that even airborne?” Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 9 - McDonnell XF-85 Goblin… This cute little guy was developed shortly after the WW2 by the USAF due to the lack of range offered by fighter escorts of the era. The idea was for the little bomber to be launched from a larger bomber, with the lucky pilot hopping in and being released at altitude when the need arises. As you can imagine, the little imp was no match for proper fighters, and if he didn’t get shot to pieces, docking was somewhat tricky. Anyone surprised? 8 - DomiCopter… The only reason this is on the list is because when on earth did you ever think you would see a flying pizza? It was 2013 when we were introduced to the Domicopter, a type of drone that was able to deliver Dominoes pizza. This was done in the UK, and it’s most certainly not happening in the US anytime soon, as the use of domestic drones is prohibited. 7 - Stipa Caproni… The Stipa Caproni. Looks ridiculous doesn’t it? Designed by an Italian, Luigi Stipa, the aircraft has some method to its madness. The propeller in the hollow tubular fuselage forms a venture effect, making the propulsion by the prop more efficient. Test pilots were amazed at the stability, citing it as too stable, meaning maneuverability was compromised. It also proved to have the shortest take-off and landing ability of any aircraft at the time. Overall the cons evened out the pros, which is why we don’t see them buzzing around today. Hats off for creativity though. 6 - Curtiss-Wright VZ-7… This is truly an out-of-this-world aircraft which is often called the “flying jeep”. As you can see, it’s a pretty dangerous thing to fly and although it was rather easy, never quite met Army standards. Not surprising. It was created in 1958 and featured four propellers attached on either side of the fuselage. It performed tasks quite easily but it’s believed one of the reasons it didn’t make the cut was the fact that the pilot was very exposed, making him a super easy target. 5 - The H-Z 1 Aerocycle… You look at this craft and you can sort of guess why it didn’t work out. The HZ-1 Aerocycle was designed by de Lackner Helicopters and they hoped it would become the standard investigation craft for the US Army. Think about the poor pilot… if he loses balance and falls, he falls straight into the propellers or he’s a seriously easy target. One of the advantages of this chopper was that inexperienced pilots could be taught how to fly it within 20-minutes. The prototype took its first rocky flight on the 22nd of November 1954 and after a few too many crashes, they binned the idea completely. 4 - Bartini Beriev VVA-14… At first glance you’ll think this aircraft has been in a horrific accident, but that’s how the plane is supposed to look! It’s mean and beefy and you’d feel safe going up against the enemy in this machine. It’s a vertical take-off amphibious aircraft and it was built by the Russians to ascertain whether aircraft could be compatible in water and in the air. It was built in the 1970’s and in order for this beast to work, it needed 12 engines to be installed. A smaller prototype flew on September 4, 1972. It’s not clear whether the bigger plane ever made it off the ground, but the prototype clocked over 100-hours of flight. The original aircraft is now at the Russian Federation Central Air Force Museum, in pieces! 3 - B377PG 'Pregnant Guppy… When you’ve got to transport something that’s pretty awkward in shape, size and weight, then this is the answer for you. The B377PG was built to assist NASA in transporting some of the components of the Apollo moon missions. The craft took flight for the first time on September 19, 1962. Calculations were made after the craft had transported all the awkwardly shaped cargo, and thanks to the guppy, they had saved 3-weeks transport time had they gone with barge, and $16 per mile! The guppy was sold and broken up in 1979. 2 - Mil V-12… Only two prototypes of this unusual looking chopper were built by the Russians during the late 60’s and although the first flight was a disaster, subsequent flights went well. The design won several awards including the Sikorsky Prize given by the American Helicopter Society for outstanding achievements in helicopter technology. Sadly, by the time the chopper was ready to go to production, cheaper and better alternatives were already available. 1...

Extreme Modern Wood Cutting Machines Intelligent Equipment Factory Processing Huge Wood

Extreme Modern Wood Cutting Machines Intelligent Equipment Factory Processing Huge Wood

UNUSUAL & Unique Marine Mammals

From pink dolphins in the Amazon, to albino humpback whales down under ; Here are 18 unusual and unique marine mammals Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr #5 Narwhal (nor-wall) Whales Kind of like Cuvier’s Beaked Whale, this animal was considered something of a myth … often referred to as unicorns of the sea. Which is understandable, given the long horn that seems to grow from its head. Except that isn’t a horn … it’s really the whale’s immense right canine tooth … more properly referred to as a tusk. The hollow tusk will grow throughout the whale’s life, reaching a length of more than 10 feet and weighing around 22 pounds. They sometimes use it to break up ice in the Arctic waters. Did you know these critters are closely related to Beluga whales? #4 Southern Elephant Seal It may not appear to be the poster critter for sea creatures, but this massive marine mammal is known to spend around 80% of its life in the water. The name is inspired by its proboscis (proh-BOSS-is), which resembles an elephant’s trunk … and for its great size. As befits the largest pinniped (or seal), adult bulls can weigh nearly 9,000 pounds and measure close to 20 feet long. Some specimens have been estimated to weigh some 11,000 pounds! You wouldn’t guess it from their bulk, but elephant seals have been recorded diving to depths of 7,000 feet to search for prey … often taking 20 minutes per dive. The largest subpopulation of elephant seals is found in the South Atlantic. #3 The 52 Hertz Whale Whales aren’t necessarily known for sulking underwater. But maybe that’s what this one was doing when it was photographed motionless just under the water’s surface. The critter was nicknamed the loneliest whale in the world, apparently sending out songs in a cry for companionship -- at a frequency of 52 Hertz. This happened in 2004, and to this day, no one knows whether the whale was male or female, or what exact species it may have been. Since then the animal has disappeared … think it ever found a mate? #2 Bottlenose Dolphins Their name is a reference to the animal’s snout, which has a bottle-like shape. There are actually three species of these oceanic dolphins, and they all tend to favor temperate waters around the world … meaning you won’t find them in the waters of the Polar regions. Males can weigh more than 1,400 pounds and measure up to 13 feet long -- those sizes vary according to the habitat. They have a reputation for being highly intelligent … and can communicate through pulsed sound, body language and whistling. Did you know that in the wild, these dolphins have been observed to fashion their own tools? They’ve also rescued injured divers, and protected humans from sharks! #1 Mr. Migaloo (White Humpback Whale) Humpback whales are pretty well known for their size (about as big as a school bus), and for their evocative songs. But the best known of this lot just might be a stark white specimen from Australia that was first spotted in 1991 off Byron Bay in Queensland. He was nicknamed ‘Migaloo’, an Aboriginal term translated as ‘White fella’. In fact, this fella is the world’s only documented albino humpback whale. (To be fair, some sources do claim he could be leucistic, or ‘hyper-pigmented’) He’s well known for his annual migrations from Antarctica to Queensland’s more temperate waters. While some other apparently albino marine mammals have popped up over the years, Migaloo has become something of a celebrity cetacean. He has attracted so much attention that the Queensland government decreed a fine of more than $16,000 for getting within a 500 meter (1600 feet) exclusion zone of the big guy.

Since the Industrial Revolution, and even before, people have been creating, inventing and building machines in the hope of making our lives easier and to increase productivity as well as profits. Today we look at some monsters that have been built over the years!

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9 - A forage harvester…
This impressive looking machine has one simple function, and that’s to forage plants to make silage. Silage is chopped up grass or corn which is compacted together and stored in a silo. Once it’s fermented, it’s used to feed the animals with. Like many of our earlier entries, you do get different designs and sizes of these machines, but their goal is all the same at the end of the day. A forage harvester can be attached to a tractor or it can be self-propelled.



8 - Scheuerle Self-Propelled Modular Transporter…
This unusual piece of machinery is capable of big things. It’s a chain of connected computer-controlled wheels, capable of carrying 15,000 tons! Scheuerle developed this idea in the 1980’s and it certainly paid off. These days, anything heavier than 3,000 tons is usually carried on this contraption. They carry anything from portions of space-ships, pieces of ships, cement tunneling, motors and anything you can think of that weighs up to 15,000 tons!


7 - Kockums “Tears of Malmö” Crane…
A strange name for a crane, I know, but there’s a reason why the Kockums Crane has also become known as “Tears of Malmo”. Malmö is the capital of Sweden plus it’s the largest city there too. This crane became quite the legend in Malmö and a large number of people used to head to Malmö just to view it. The crane stood at 453-feet and was able to lift thousands of tons. Financial strains hit the Kockrums Shipyard and it closed in the mid 80’s, meaning the crane was no longer in use. They eventually sold the crane in the early 90’s to a Danish company, who too went bankrupt and they in turn sold the crane for $1…yep, $1 to the South Koreans only for it to be dismantled a few years later by a British Company. So, now you understand why it’s called the “Tears of Malmo”.


6 - Continuous miner…
Unlike what we as humans are capable of, this continuous miner does what its name suggests. It mines all the time. The ginormous spinning wheel spins all the time, knocking the coals loose. Then the coal is scooped on to the ramp below and is pushed on to a conveyer belt behind the machine and then released out the back of the machine on to a waiting car, which then removes it from the mine. Having said that, the machine does have a break occasionally– like when it has to wait for the car to return to collect the next load of coal, but I guarantee you, it’s not long before it gets going again.


5 - Caterpillar 797…
The Caterpillar 797 is a range of off-highway, mechanical haul trucks that were manufactured in the US. These trucks are 50 feet long, 24 feet tall (51 feet raised), and 31 feet wide and Caterpillar’s largest and highest capacity haul trucks. The latest model has a load capacity of 393 tons. Each truck can be modified to each buyer’s requirements, but the general going price of a Caterpillar 797 is $5 million and each truck has a 21-year service life.


4 - Big Muskie…
This machine eats mountains for breakfast, it’s the Big Muskie excavator, owned by the Central Ohio Coal Company. This monster’s dimensions are 151 feet wide, 222 feet tall, and 487 feet long, and it weighs in at 295-tons! It’s bucket alone was 220-cubic-yards and it was the largest single-bucket digging machine ever made! When it was built in 1969, it cost $25 million – in today’s value, it works out to $167 million! It took 200,000 hours to build over the course of 2-years.



3 - Taisun Gantry Crane…
This is a world record holder! The Taisun Gantry Crane is officially the biggest in the world, and it’s a fixed dual-beam gantry crane. It’s owned by Yantai Raffles Shipyard Ltd. And has a lifting capacity of 20,000 metric tons. It’s based in China and was projected to cut 2 million working hours in the future and it broke the world record by lifting 20,133 metric tons on the April 18, 2008 when it lifted a barge, ballasted with water.


2 - The Walking Harvester…
This insane machine looks a bit like a giant walking spider, when in truth it’s just lumberjack….well, sort of. It’s quite a challenge for certain logging machinery to reach every spot where trees need to be cut, so this Plustech/Timberjack walking harvester is the answer to that problem. This machine is able to cross terrain that other machines aren’t able to, but having said that, it’s just a prototype at this stage but there’s definitely a spot for this in the not too distant future.


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