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Liebherr out this week, parking in this stunning building that’s sadly getting flattened next week, but made for some nice shots.

Hard to scale some of this stuff, but when you’re double or even triple cutting with a 3ft bar in the Grapple Saw, they’re decent lumps.

Hard hat gives a bit of scale to one of my better double cuts!😀

 

Eddie.

 

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Some machine Eddie!

  If you ever get any scrub stuck in your tracks I could help you out with my new flail 😀

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12 minutes ago, david wood said:

down near awpr then stephen?

 

AWPR?

Inverness David.

  Got my guarding made too.

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12 hours ago, LGP Eddie said:

Liebherr out this week, parking in this stunning building that’s sadly getting flattened next week, but made for some nice shots.

Hard to scale some of this stuff, but when you’re double or even triple cutting with a 3ft bar in the Grapple Saw, they’re decent lumps.

Hard hat gives a bit of scale to one of my better double cuts!😀

 

Eddie.

 

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Are you helping the demolition of that building with the Liebherr Eddie? 

 

Green machine looks ace - I bet it feels a bit weird/scary tramping at that speed with the cab elevated! 

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24 minutes ago, monkeybusiness said:

Are you helping the demolition of that building with the Liebherr Eddie? 

 

Green machine looks ace - I bet it feels a bit weird/scary tramping at that speed with the cab elevated! 

No way I’d be doing any demolition with it.

They’ll have some bigger kit for that job I’d expect.

 

It’s fine travelling with the cab up a bit, she’s a nice machine to Operate, looking forward to a shakedown with the Stump Grinder tomorrow, it sounds a beast!

 

Eddie.

 

Hopefully this works, video of the first spin up.

 

 

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Don’t go pulling the Servos off the armchair, this is literally the first time trying the Vosch Swinging Hammer Mulcher on the Sennebogen, so it’s all just messing about stuff, but I’m happy to share it.

Yes your Robopower will do this bramble, but let’s throw in some 10” birch and see if you can do them top down from 13 metres!😀

 

Out to about 10 metres was ok off the wheels, we measured 12.3 metres up this batter from the extended leg to give an idea what it can do.

The Mulcher never slows and it’ll just drive along nicely if you wish.

 

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Last one is spinning up what is a most unusual but I’m hoping could be a very effective attachment from Vosch on the Sennebogen.

Basically a big Hedgecutter Head, Rotary blades designed to suck material in and literally obliterate it.

It can also be fitted with twin sawblades, but after I nearly sh@t myself just spinning this up, sawblades would need some care!

I can’t wait to see what it’ll tackle.

 

 

Eddie.

 

 

 

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On 20/02/2019 at 06:32, Gray git said:

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1st play out with the new arb digger yesterday to give the attachments a bit of a shakedown, very impressed with the whole setup.
Grapple saw needed a bit of tweeking as was to aggressive on hardwood but got that sorted and the shear worked fantastic on all the multi stem birch and Hazel we are clearing.

Fantastic!

  

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