After many customers requested a machine capable of
digging 9 feet, CADplans has developed the CADDigger Model 821. The machine is a
completely new design, not just a scaled up version of a previous model. Model 821 uses
heavier section materials throughout. Three-inch cylinders on the boom and boom extension
deliver the power to dig at 9 feet. The 10 hp engine and 6-gallon per minute pump delivers
the productivity you need from a larger machine. And CADplans has arranged for a supplier
to offer a kit complete with all parts cut so you can put Model 821 together in as little
as 50 hours.
The bucket has been designed to offer higher ripping power and simple no form, assemble and weld construction. This assures you are productive quickly.
Model 821 is easily converted from trailer to digging mode with a quick, no-tools switch of the wheels from one end of the machine to the other. After conversion, Model 821 moves itself around the work site using the bucket for motivation. In a crab-like motion, Model 821 has plenty of power to locate itself for work. The low maintenance design of Model 821 ensures that your productivity is high at a low cost to you.
|CADDigger Model 821 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS|
|Digging Depth||9 feet||Operating Pressure||2000 psi||Ripping Power||5400 pounds|
|Loading Height||7 feet||No. of Cylinders||5||Construction Time||100 to 150 hours*|
|Reach||11 feet||Boom Rotation||Two 2" Cylinders||Drawings||29 pages|
|Standard Bucket Width||18 in. (other widths optional)||Lateral Swing||130 degrees||Instructions||14 pages|
|Minimum Bucket Width||6 in.||Boom Cylinder||3"||Technical Video||30 minutes|
|Engine Recommended||11 hp||Boom Extension Cylinder||3"||Counterweight||400 pounds max|
|Pump||6 gallons per min.||Bucket Cylinder||2-1/2"||-||-|
|*NOTE: construction time can be cut in half by using available kit.|
|NOTICE: as CADplans cannot control the skills of the builder, or the end use of the machine, CADplans makes no warranty stated or implied and the builder must assume all liability for safe construction, safety features and operation of the CADDigger. CADplans is not responsible for typographical errors.|
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