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Hydraulic Excavator E-Learning CD General Construction


Hydraulic Excavator E-Learning CD General Construction



The Equipment Training Solutions (ETS) group is pleased to announce thirteen new self-learning Operator Training CD's. These training modules were created for beginning operators, technicians, equipment owners, and others wanting to learn about Cat machine operating basics. These materials are intended to give end users basic knowledge on safety, maintenance, pre-operating procedures and operating procedures. There is a knowledge self-check exercise at the end of each unit and a final examination at the end of the program enabling students to print their results. Interactive exercises makes learning enjoyable. Each CD includes a resource section with tailgate safety presentations, operator cabs and controls, specalogs and links to Equipment Training Solutions and Caterpillar websites. Requirements: This CD and software will function on the majority of PC machines. Macintosh systems may require additional software. Operating System: Windows 2000 or XP. Display: Recommended 1024x768 or better at 16/32 bit (Minimum 600x800 at 16 bit color) CPU/Memory: Intel Pentium 4 with 512MB (1GB recommended)










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LEGO Köf




LEGO Köf





Well, it's finally finished! For those of you attending Brickworld this year in June, this is exactly how you'll see it.

Description (From RAILBRICKS):

On the 12th January 1956 the LEGO® company
made it’s initial expansion outside Denmark by
opening their first foreign sales wing, LEGO®
Spielwaren GmbH. Spielwaren was run by Axel
Thomsen, who was already a toy manufacturer.
The new company was based in an old railway
hotel in Hohenwestedt, Schleswig-Holstein,
Germany. The company’s aim was to expand the
sales of LEGO® in Germany.
From 1956 until 1963 LEGO®’s series of H0 scale
cars, trees and signs were produced in a small
factory in Hohenwestedt. Over the years the
Hohenwestedt site also grew to become a major
distribution centre.
By Tim David
The factory and warehouses were situated just
east of the railway station on the line between
Heide and Neumunster so it was logical that it
was rail served and in December 1987 a small
shunting (switching) locomotive was purchased
to work the factory sidings.
Kleinlokomotivs
From the 1930s the Deutsche Reichsbahn
introduced small locomotives for use at stations
and goods depots. They were specifically
designed to be driven by shunting staff rather
than higher paid fully qualified drivers and were
also small enough to be loaded onto a flat truck
for movement around the rail network. After
some experimentation two diesel designs were
standardised upon, with differing power ratings.
The class letter K was used to identify them,
followed by a letter indicating the type of engine,
o for diesel (Ol, i.e. oil). The next letter was the
type of transmission: f for hydraulic transmission
(Flussigkeitsgetriebe) The four digit numbers
signified the power range, those up to 40 HP
(29 kW) were numbered in the range 0-3999
and while those in above 40 HP were 4000 and
higher.
The locos were originally restricted to 30km/h
because they were only braked by the driver’s
weight on the foot pedal. Many were later fitted
with air brakes and the top speed raised to
45km/h.
LEGO®’s Kof II
LEGO®’s Kof was built by Deutz in 1950 for the
West German railways; Deutche Bundesbahn
(DB) and became their number 6140, signifying
that it was in the higher power range and was
thus a Kof II.
It was painted in the standard scheme of black
under-frame and dark red cab and hood. In 1968
it was renumbered to 321151-3 in line with DB’s
new computerised numbering scheme. In 1973
it was fitted with air brakes and renumbered
again to 324057-9. It was used mainly in the Koln
area.
In 1987 it became surplus to requirements and
was withdrawn. It was purchased by LEGO®
Gmbh, repainted yellow and black and moved
to Hohenwestedt. A LEGO® logo was applied to
each cab and a smaller one on each side of the
nose.
It stayed in Hohenwestedt for the next 15 years,
shunting the vans of LEGO® products around the
site to the various loading bays.
After LEGO®
In 2002 the need for a locomotive diminished
and it was sold to the railway equipment
dealer Mathias Bootz of Bad Nauheim. The
Hohenwestedt site closed entirely at the end of
2005 and the operation was transferred to the
Czech Republic.
After a couple of months at Bootz’s the Kof was
purchased by the railfreight vehicle hire company
VTG Lehnkering AG who sent it to their wagon
workshop in Syke-Barrien. For a while it kept its
yellow colours with the LEGO® logos removed,
however by 2004 it had acquired a bright red
hood with black detailing and by 2006 the whole
loco was bright red with a black under-frame.
In 2004 the loco reverted to its DB number of
324057-9.

*To see the article, check out RAILBRICKS issue 8*











HAWK




HAWK





The Hawk first entered service with the RAF in 1976, both as an advanced flying-training aircraft and a weapons-training aircraft. The Hawk T1 version is currently used at RAF Valley for fast-jet pilot advanced flying training with No 208(R) Squadron, and at RAF Scampton by the RAF Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows. The T1A is used for weapons and tactical training on No 19(R) Squadron at RAF Valley, and by No 100 Squadron at RAF Leeming for advanced fast-jet weapons systems officer training and operational support- flying. In its weapons and tactical training role the Hawk is used to teach air combat, air-to-air firing, air-to-ground firing and low-flying techniques and operational procedures.
The Hawk is an all-metal, low-wing, tandem seat aircraft of conventional design. The wing has a moderate sweep with 2? dihedral and trailing edge slotted flaps. A one-piece all-moving tailplane is also swept back with 10? dihedral. The fuselage comprises three main parts. The front fuselage accommodates two equipment bays and a pressurised cabin containing two tandem cockpits. The centre fuselage contains the engine, a fuselage fuel tank, a gas turbine starting system and a ram air turbine; the latter providing emergency hydraulic power should the two normal hydraulic systems fail. The rear fuselage houses the jet pipe bay and an airbrake hinged to its under surface.
The Hawk is powered by a Rolls- Royce Turbomeca Adour 151 turbofan engine, which is an un-reheated version of the engine powering the Jaguar GR3 aircraft.
While the Hawk T1 is used solely in the advanced flying-training role, the Hawk T1A is equipped to an operational standard and is capable of undertaking a number of war roles. The T1A has two under-wing pylons cleared to carry BL755 cluster bombs or Sidewinder AIM-9L air-to-air missiles, and can carry a 30mm Aden cannon in a pod underneath the fuselage centre-line. The cannon can be fired at the same time as any of the pylon-mounted weapons are selected for release or firing. Aiming facilities for the aircraft’s attack modes are provided by an integrated strike and interception system, while a Vinten video recording system is used to record the weapon sighting.
The next generation Hawk aircraft, the Hawk 128, will enter service in 2008 as a replacement for some of the current Hawk TMk1s. The Hawk 128 will introduce student pilots to the digital cockpit environment they will experience in front-line operational service and will provide a seamless transition between basic flying training, and operational conversion training onto advanced fighter aircraft such as the Typhoon F2 and the Joint Combat Aircraft.










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Kettler Edition Power Stepper






IDEAL FOR THE STAMINA WORKOUT. The ergonomically shaped handlebar guarantees safe exercising in different positions. Dial adjustable resistance on the hydraulic cylinders (12 levels) challenges and strengthens the heart and circulation system as well as the legs and buttocks. The easy to operate computer shows all the necessary data at a glance.

The compact, German-crafted Kettler Power Stepper is a great addition to your home gym, perfect for strengthening your legs and getting an excellent cardio workout all year round. It features two hydraulic cylinders that provide up to 12 levels of resistance, and the independently functioning pedals ensure an ergonomic stepping movement. Individual pedal resistance can be set with the adjustment rings on the hydraulic cylinders. The computer console provides the following data: time, speed, total steps, energy consumption, total height, and pulse rate (ear clip included; compatible with optional chest straps). It has a maximum user weight of 285 pounds.
Manufacturer's Warranty
3 year parts & electronics, lifetime frame










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