Mega Excavators: Shovels and Haulers
In this clip from Discovery Channel's "Mega-Excavators," shovels and haulers team up to make coal mining a faster, more productive process.
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Mega Machines: M1070 Heavy Equipment Transporter
The M1070 Heavy Equipment Transporter can haul almost anything. Even a 40-ton Abrams tank attached on this trailer won't slow it down. Learn more about this massive machine on TLC's "Mega Machines."
Dirty Jobs: Staking Machine
On Discovery Channel's series "Dirty Jobs," Mike Rowe learns about the staking machine. It softens animal hides by working the fibers to make leather supple. Before this machine was invented, people did this work by hand.
Extreme Engineering: Container Ship Sea Trials
The new mega container ship is ready to go to sea. In this clip from Discovery Channel's "Extreme Engineering," we watch as the captain takes the ship through the narrow harbor entrance for the first time.
Extreme Engineering: Container Crane Operator
James Moses is a Container Crane Operator. He makes this difficult task look as easy as one, two, three. Watch how he masters his crane in Discovery Channel's "Extreme Engineering."
Destroyed in Seconds: Crane Crash
Concrete slabs weighing more than two tons each fall out of the sky when a tower crane comes crashing down. Watch this video from Discovery Channel's "Destroyed in Seconds."
Mega Machines: Claas Ventor Sugarcane Harvester
Equipped with a 350 horsepower 10 cylinder engine and razor sharp claws, the Claas Ventor sugarcane harvester can shred up to an acre an hour. Learn how this mean machine works on TLC's "Mega Machines."
Massive Engines: Diesel Powered Ships
In this clip from Discovery Channel's "Massive Engines," host Chris Barrie learns about diesel powered ships on a ride on the OOCL Shenzhen, the world's largest container ship.
Assignment Discovery: Marine Chronometer
John Harrison developed a Marine Chronometer to aid in navigation on ships. Learn more about this helpful device on Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."
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