When the time comes to perform the final sculpting, and smoothing work on your construction site, power up your remote control front loaders. The loaders give you the versatility to shape your area so the completed project takes on a lifelike look.
After the excavators finish the job of removing all the dirt from the site, piling loose dirt up to roughly form building foundations, hills, and bottom contours for lakes or ponds, you need a piece of construction equipment that has the dexterity to sculpt those loose dirt piles into shape.
As the excavators dig dirt away to start the foundation formation the front loaders remove excess dirt to a collection point, and load any extra dirt onto the waiting dump trucks for removal.
When the excavators complete their phase of the construction project the loaders move in.
First use the to shape building foundations, and form foundation molds. Scoop up unwanted dirt, and remove it. Use the loader bucket to pack loose dirt into shape, and add more dirt to the foundation as needed.
The bucket is the loader’s tool for shaping smooth surfaces to build on.
Does your project include a lake or pond?
Realistically a body of water won’t have a smooth bottom. Underwater hills and valleys make your lakes and ponds more realistic, and you’ll shape and dig these hills and valleys with your front loader bucket.
Are you building a town or city?
The remote control front loaders do the work of leveling stretches of land where you’ll build the roads. You want two and four lane roads including streets that wind their way in and around your town or city. Make sure you design interstate highways and rural roads for incoming and outgoing traffic to and from your community.
Did you design an airport into your construction blueprint?
Use front loaders to shape the foundation of the runway and taxiways, the location of the control tower, and the land that the air terminal will occupy.
How about a racetrack for your construction effort?
Form any banks your track design needs, and level the track site with your loaders.
While you’re at it why not build a monster truck rally event center?
Scoop out the bogs with excavators, pile dirt to form jump ramps with excavators and loaders, then perform the final touches with the front loaders.
If you spend a little time thinking about the possibilities you’ll dream up all types of construction projects that your remote control front loaders are best suited for.
Just lay those projects out in blueprint form.
And have fun with your remote control construction event.