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Paul R
Posted: Tuesday, April 09, 2019 10:35:40 AM

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I’m quite shocked that it’s now the second day of BAUMA 2019 yet no one has asked questions or posted photos! Back in the day there used be huge anticipation of this show and the models usually announced there.

So for the crane guys, the not so secret LTM 1750-9.1 was finally made official:

© Marc B.




















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Davie82
Posted: Tuesday, April 09, 2019 10:50:50 AM
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Nice one! Looks like a WSI model with all that detail... right?

I've been following the Bauma updates on Twitter and there's some really nice stuff there, particularly the new LR1800-8.1 from Liebherr.

Thanks for sharing Paul - I'm sure this thread will catch on and grow pretty quickly!
rmkulak
Posted: Tuesday, April 09, 2019 10:56:25 AM
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I've been waiting to see updates and photos but not to much far that I've sen.

Anyone know of any 1/87 releases that are out from BAUMA?
Paul R
Posted: Tuesday, April 09, 2019 11:03:57 AM

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rmkulak wrote:
I've been waiting to see updates and photos but not to much far that I've sen.

Anyone know of any 1/87 releases that are out from BAUMA?


I don’t follow the 1/87 stuff I did see a Liebherr tower crane announced.

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rmkulak
Posted: Tuesday, April 09, 2019 11:43:19 AM
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Paul R wrote:
rmkulak wrote:
I've been waiting to see updates and photos but not to much far that I've sen.

Anyone know of any 1/87 releases that are out from BAUMA?


I don’t follow the 1/87 stuff I did see a Liebherr tower crane announced.

Paul R


It's all good I know I'm the 1/50 world here Teeth but I appreciate the reply.
JohnGalt
Posted: Tuesday, April 09, 2019 1:20:43 PM

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Paul R wrote:
rmkulak wrote:
I've been waiting to see updates and photos but not to much far that I've sen.

Anyone know of any 1/87 releases that are out from BAUMA?


I don’t follow the 1/87 stuff I did see a Liebherr tower crane announced.

Paul R


What goes around, comes around. When I bought my first model in 1985, a 1:87 Liebherr articulated tower crane, 1:87 was the only scale that a tower crane could be obtained. Maybe Mitch Gomez was making 1:48 at the time, but I'm not sure how readily available they were.
Patrick C
Posted: Tuesday, April 09, 2019 1:26:02 PM

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rmkulak wrote:
I've been waiting to see updates and photos but not to much far that I've sen.

Anyone know of any 1/87 releases that are out from BAUMA?


I did see WSI is doing a 1/87 Harbor Crane


As far as 1/50 Models are concerned new releases include:

Hitachi 690
Hitachi ZW180
Kleemann MR130 EVO2
Kleemann MC120Z PRO
Kobelco SK850
Komatsu PC4000
Liebherr LTM1750
Grove GMK4100L-1
Sennebogen 830E
Sennebogen 5500G
Sennebogen 355E
Vogele Super 3000-3
Liebherr R938
Liebherr A920
Liebherr A910
Liebherr MK140
Spierings SK487 AT3

This week we also heard of 5 new PC8000 versions, and the 4 other Kobelco models announced earlier this year were there, but not available to purchase


Patrick
Paul R
Posted: Tuesday, April 09, 2019 2:51:45 PM

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I just saw the Kleemann crushers and they look great but have a hefty price tag!

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BIG CHRIS
Posted: Tuesday, April 09, 2019 3:53:04 PM
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Any pics of the pc4000? That's just about my favourite mining size machine 😎
Alberta Millwright
Posted: Tuesday, April 09, 2019 4:25:30 PM

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Yea I didn't see much talk about the models here so I just went to Hans. That 1750 will be huge and probably took the wind right out of IMC for the AC 700. I know I won't be picking up the AC anymore because of the new 1750. Kinda cool to see Liebherr introduce the new LTM 1650 as well as the LR 1800.

If it's mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and automated I can build it.
Rivera2171
Posted: Tuesday, April 09, 2019 5:08:53 PM

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Are there any links to these models? I would like to see pictures...
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Posted: Tuesday, April 09, 2019 8:00:52 PM
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I was looking forward for a while of what gets released at Bauma, just wanted to wait for someone to create a topic first. That said, I will be getting the Liebherr R938 (been waiting for Conrad to produce an excavator this size for some time now), and Kobelco SK850 excavators. Was hoping to see Conrad do some smaller compact equipment from Mecalac, a Wirtgen milling machine, and possibly a Hamm compactor. I own a Conrad Vögele Super 3000-2 which came out about 9 years ago and is one of Conrad's best models in terms of functionality, and detail so maybe will be the same for the Super 3000-3. Was also hoping to see NZG do some Wacker-Neuson Models including a trench compactor, and other compact equip in 1/50.

-Mike, Collecting 1/50th Construction Diecast Since 2003.
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Paul R
Posted: Wednesday, April 10, 2019 2:03:30 PM

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IMC’s first painted sample of the AC700. There’s still a lot to do, this is only a sample!

Photos: Thomas Hopp.





















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Posted: Wednesday, April 10, 2019 3:55:55 PM

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Hope to see the 1750 done in many colors .. I thought I also saw a Komatsu PC1250 being made?? The AC700 looks pretty nice and seems IMC has done a good job. Anything on the crawler front?
Thanks for posting Paul, you’re right about the lack of action on this topic here!!
Paul
Posted: Wednesday, April 10, 2019 6:52:48 PM

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Some great crane announcements(LTM1750) and pics of the AC700 but sadly not much in the way of mining trucks apart from the WSI Volvo R100E which hasn't floated my boat tbh.

I was kinda hoping we'd see a model of the Liebherr T236 but that was a no-show too.

Now, if Diecast Masters was to release a 1/50 CAT 797B I'd grab one for sure.

Scania V8. The best sounding truck in the world.

GC1
Posted: Wednesday, April 10, 2019 7:34:03 PM

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Great shots as always and thank you Paul....that 700 in Mammmoet is going to look nice when it gets here.
Weserhutte
Posted: Thursday, April 11, 2019 1:15:32 AM
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Cuban343 wrote:
I thought I also saw a Komatsu PC1250 being made??


4th quarter

Patrick C wrote:
I did see WSI is doing a 1/87 Harbor Crane


Paul R
Posted: Thursday, April 11, 2019 6:44:52 AM

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I took these photos from Hansebube and translated the text via Google:

“Hello everybody,

Today I was allowed to pick up my MK140 from WSI at BAUMA Smile
In the meantime, the model is mounted and I would like to describe it to you a bit:

It is a WSI typical model and can not be compared with the MK models from Conrad. The model is delivered in a secure packaging and was not damaged. The pack was a variety of small parts and a detailed instructions included.

PLUS:

- The model is really great with the 70 degree upright position of the boom
impressive!
- The axes have a grid position to fix the steering angle
- many nice details
- 2 bottles can be displayed with locking of the main bottle
- is absolutely stable
- a lot of metal, little plastic

MINUS:
- Ropes are not twist-free
- Boom not as stable as Conrad (I have not made it yet
straight line to get)
- Wind drums too small!
- Winch rope for the rope of the trolley too short

I would buy the model immediately, but see for yourself:”









Für den Größenvergleich, die ganze MK Familie:







Photos: Flo

Thanks,

Paul R

Weserhutte
Posted: Thursday, April 11, 2019 8:27:06 PM
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I saw on Farcebook that Kobelco had an auction on Monday for one of the Conrad SK500s in "chrome" from the 5 year anniversary last year and it "went to an American collector for 850 Euro!!". WOW

Paul Crane
Posted: Friday, April 12, 2019 9:03:30 AM
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Finally, the LTM 1750 in 1:50. I have room in my collection for both an AC700 and an LTM 1750. Thanks Paul
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