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Scorpions are leading the way in research to develop tougher machinery.

Bionic scorpion holds key to tougher machinery

There’s an unusual sting in the tail of the yellow fattail scorpion — it is leading the way in research that will help to develop tougher machine components for plant and equipment. Read more »
The Loadrite L-2180 is designed to provide accurate and consistent results direct from the loader.

Loader scales deliver cost savings for contractor

On-board weighing systems for wheel loaders can improve efficiency and reduce costs, especially for projects that would otherwise require the installation of a mobile weighbridge, according to an earthmoving and civil construction contractor. Read more »
Tegra Australia’s Gundagai operation under water, as of December 2010.

All the rivers run

The last two years have been recognised as some of the worst on record for natural disasters across the globe, not least flooding in Australia. Jim Hankins looks at a regional sand producer that braved the impact of a flood disaster and rebounded back to business. Read more »
A typical blast conducted at Victoria’s Western Highway  Realignment Project in April 2010.

Drill & Blast
Driller has close shave with quarry blast

A sub-contractor undertaking drilling operations, who was missed off a pre-blast checklist, escaped injury after being in close proximity to a blast in a Tasmanian quarry last year.  Read more »

Wireless indicate system puts excavators on target

Topcon Positioning Systems has launched a new X-22 2D wireless indicate system for excavators that eliminates the need for cables and is easily transferred between machines.

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