The Dump Truck (Super Mining Truck)
The Dump Truck (Super Mining Truck)
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The Dump Truck (Super Size open cast Mining Truck)
 
This is the Eleventh in our New Series of Next Generation, High-Quality, Premium 3D Model Patterns for CNC Routers,  
Lasers and Scroll Saws, Completely Original and Exclusive to MakeCNC and 
created with lots of Flair and Imagination! 
 
This Pattern comes with a multi-page color assembly guide using photographic quality
rendering and assembly images
This Pattern also uses two different scale sizes so you will need to use two thicknesses of wood and each Road Working Machine comes with a Number Coded DXF to assist with assembly and works in conjunction with your color assembly guide. The scales for Imperial for each DXF are 1-8" & 1-4" and 1-4" & 1-2" and the Metric scales for each DXF are 3 & 6mm and 6 & 12mm. Please read and follow your assembly guide carefully. 

 
This Pattern also uses two thicknesses of wood and comes in Laser Version and Router Version.
The Laser and Router Versions both have 2 Imperial and 2 Metric DXF's that come in 2 scales each.
The scales for Imperial are 1-8" & 1-4" and 1-4" & 1-2" and the Metric are 3 & 6mm and 6 & 12mm.
Your Dump Truck Pattern also comes with a Number Coded DXF to assist with assembly and works in conjunction with your
color assembly guide. It also comes with a JPG Image that is sized at 500 X 354.
You may need to use glue for your project for better stability of the 3D Model.
 
The Dump Truck
 
A dump truck is a truck used for transporting loose material, such as sand, gravel, or dirt for construction. A typical dump truck is equipped with a hydraulically operated open-box bed hinged at the rear, the front of which can be lifted to allow the contents to be deposited on the ground behind the truck at the site of delivery. In the UK and Australia the term applies to off-road construction plant only, and the road vehicle is known as a tipper, tipper lorry, or tip truck.
The dump truck is thought to have been first conceived in the farms of late 19th century Western Europe. As early as 1905, the first motorized dumping vehicles were developed. The first motorized dump trucks in the United States were developed by small equipment companies such as Galion Buggy Co. and Lauth-Juergens among many others around 1910.
A standard dump truck is a truck chassis with a dump body mounted to the frame. The bed is raised by a hydraulic ram mounted under the front of the dumper body between the frames, and the back of the bed is hinged at the back to the truck. The tailgate can be configured to swing on hinges or it can be configured in the "High Lift Tailgate" format wherein pneumatic rams lift the gate open and up above the dump body.
In the United States, a standard dump truck has one front axle, and one or more rear axles which typically have dual wheels on each side. Rear axles are either powered or unpowered. Most unpowered rear axles can be raised off the pavement, to minimize wear and tear when the truck is unloaded or lightly loaded, and lowered to become load-bearing when the truck needs the extra support. These are referred to as lift axles or drop axles. Lift axles can be steerable or non-steerable; steerable lift axles are always configured with single wheels on each side, instead of dual wheels. Lift axles positioned in front of the powered axles are called pushers; lift axles positioned behind the powered axles are called tags. A trailing tag is a special type of tag mounted on an arm that extends 12 to 15 feet behind the truck frame to extend the overall outer bridge length of the vehicle.
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This Dump Truck Pattern and its instruction guide, its design and assembly methods are all Copyright makeCNC.
If you purchase this pattern and would like to reproduce it you may only reproduce up to 50 real products from this individual pattern.
If you would like to reproduce more than 50 then you would need to purchase another Dump Truck Pattern at $8.95 again.
You could then produce another 50 real products. You would have to purchase a new pattern for every 50 you would like to produce.
Otherwise, if you wish to mass produce this product please contact us at makeCNC to negotiate a commercial license.
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