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What’s the Fascination of Excavators?
The fascination of small and large children for excavators is widespread and often lasts a lifetime. There are many reasons why excavators are so fascinating. For young children, excavators are often fascinating because they are big, loud and powerful. The heavy machines fascinate them because they can do so many different things, such as move soil, dig holes and lift heavy loads.
For older children and adults, the fascination with excavators can lie in their operation and technology. They are often impressed by the complexity and precision with which excavators can work.
Most Important Facts about Excavators
- Excavators are heavy construction machines used for excavating earth, demolishing buildings, digging trenches and removing obstacles
- They have a long arm with a bucket or grapple tool on the end that is moved by hydraulics
- The size of excavators varies depending on their intended use. There are small excavators used on construction sites and large excavators used in mines and quarries
- Some excavators have crawler tracks that make them more mobile and stable, while others run on wheels.
- Excavators are usually equipped with a cab where the operator sits and controls the excavating tool
- There are many types of excavators, including tracked excavators, wheeled excavators, mini excavators, and bucket loaders
- Excavators play an important role in the construction industry and are an essential tool for road construction, tunneling and building construction
Matthew Matthysen is a multidisciplinary artist. He completed his fine art degree, majoring in History of Art and Contemporary Drawing Practice at the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa. The emphasis of Matthew’s practice was a research-based approach into the philosophical effects on the human experience of the macro and micro-universe. Through various mediums, such as written and practical components, Matthew explores various ideas located within the conjoined space between science and philosophy.
Matthew has had various exhibitions before and throughout his year of studies and continues to do so. He currently works as an artist/ writer in various contexts. He has commissioned and sold various works to galleries and collectors. He currently sells work to an online gallery (Artgazette) and continues to make work for the public and private sector. Matthew continues to function as an artist, allowing his work and skills to be utilized in various areas of interest.
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