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At one point today I was using ratchet straps to squeeze the tacked metal parts to a more descent position. 92" +- 1/8" and to fix distances off by .25" I managed it! Then realized that I had spent all that time adjusting the straps but would need to take them off or slide them further from the joints. I did b. And kept adding tack welds. And kept measuring. Nearly ready to make the big welds. #jupitergyroproject#metal#fabrication#steel#straps
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Tip №1 - Choose 🔍 a bucket type with soil conditions in mind:
#Heavy -duty #buckets - the most common excavator bucket type. They work well in a variety of soil conditions: clay, gravel, sand, silt and shale. The buckets are manufactured with high-quality, abrasion-resistant material, durable side cutters for extra strength and protection and bottom wear pads.
#Severe -duty #buckets - best suited for excavator operators who are handling abrasive materials in heavy or severe digging and truck-loading applications. The buckets are manufactured with abrasion-resistant material for added protection and strength when digging in loose rock or pit and quarry operations. The buckets’ side cutters, shell bottoms, side wear plates and weld-on wear shrouds all consist of abrasion-resistant material. In addition, reinforced gussets help strengthen the machine-fitting joints on the buckets to promote uptime.