Most EXTREME Industrial Machines Ever!

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Check out the most extreme industrial machines ever! This top 10 list of terrifying machines like car crushers and mega trucks are awesome and scary at the same time!Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeBWatch our "Most AMAZING Military Vehicles!" video here: https://youtu.be/GI1pQS3fbgcWatch our "SCIFI Weapons That Actually EXIST!" video here: https://youtu.be/REi8y34Y8BcWatch our "Most Bizarre Vehicles Ever!" video here: https://youtu.be/eHeptfJfLsM 13. Chain TrencherA chainsaw on wheels. That is the chain trencher. Its job is to dig trenches by, essentially, cutting the ground. This tool is often used for construction crews that want to lay pipe. One model of chain trencher, the Tesmec TRS 1675 can dig trenches up to 24 feet deep and twenty-six feet wide. With a tool like that, it shouldn’t be surprising that trench work can be dangerous. A man working on a construction crew in Guam fell into the trench and was struck by the trenching machine.12. Shellfish-Shucking MachinesIn 2014 a man was caught in a shellfish-shucking machine. He was cleaning the machine and got caught in a rotary turbine engine. Police said it took the fire department nearly an hour to free the man’s body after partially dismantling the machine. He was pronounced on the scene. There are many inherent dangers in working with machines regardless of the years of experience you may have. Any little mistake or malfunction can cause injury or death, even when working with shellfish. 11. The Walking Tree HarvesterThis thing is unnecessarily scary looking. And if you are a tree it is truly terrifying. The idea behind this next machine is quite simple. Harvesters cut down trees and sometimes need to go places where wheels would be a very bad idea. To compensate for such terrain, the walking harvester was created as a kind of lumberjack.Developed in the 1990s, the machine is able to walk because of sensors in its legs. These sensors react automatically to soft, sloping, or uneven terrain. A computer control system distributes weight and supports all six legs equally. The machine walks over obstacles and the operator adjusts the ground clearance and height for each step. Walking harvesters also wreck less havoc on the environment than the traditional harvester on treads. Well, besides the fact that it was made to eat the forest. 10. The Feller BuncherIt’s a machine with a giant claw that has a saw attachment. A logging harvester like the one discussed a moment ago the feller buncher can cut through trees, picks them up, rips off the branches, and sets them aside. It can take down two trees in six seconds. Imagine those are people and things start getting very scary.9. The Forage HarvesterThis could come in handy for the zombie apocalypse. A forage harvester (also known as a silage harvester, forager or chopper) is a farm implement that harvests forage plants to make silage. Silage is grass, corn or other plant used for feeding livestock. This farming tool looks like a lawnmower on steroids. It can either be a dedicated machine or a tool that can be attached to a tractor. In 2008, twenty-nine year old Justin Jantzen, a farm hand, was run over by a forage harvester. The details are unclear but it’s enough to make you think twice before getting close to this machine.8. Tunnel Boring MachineAlso known as a "mole", tunnel boring machines excavate tunnels with a circular cross section through anything from hard rock to sand. The largest tunnel boring machine is Bertha, which has a boring width of 57 feet 3 inches and is currently burrowing underneath Seattle. As of March 2017, it’s only 1000 feet from completing its job but work has ceased because the machine appears to be several inches off course.Tunnel boring machines are an alternative to drilling and blasting methods in rock and conventional "hand mining" in soil. They don’t disturb the surrounding ground and they create a smooth tunnel wall, which reduces cost and makes them perfect to use in heavily urbanized areas. However, they are also incredibly expensive. Elon Musk has tweeted an image of a tunnel boring machine he hopes to use to create underground roads. It was an idea that came to him while being stuck in LA traffic. While these pieces of machinery are expensive but useful, accidents do happen. In 2013, a man in Ireland was killed while a tunnel boring machine was in use.