Belaz 75710 - worlds largest mining truck - costs over $6 million
/r/MachinePornHoltzapffel & Company Rose Engine Lathe No. 1636 London 1838
/r/MachinePornBoiled Water Reactor Under Construction
/r/MachinePornLois Kendall playing the bass with robot “Elektro" at the 1939 World's Fair in New York
/r/MachinePornInstalling an escalator
/r/MachinePornThis is the largest reciprocating engine in the world, the Wärtsilä-Sulzer RTA96-C. It is 13.5 meters high, 26.59 meters long, weighs over 2,300 tons, turbocharged, and produces 80,080 kW (107,390hp). I posted this earlier with the incorrect picture to the stats so here you go.
/r/MachinePornSince one Nordberg got so much attention, here’s the rest of the power plant. Pictured are four Nordbergs, and two DeLavergne Diesels. The two DeLavergne in the center being some of the last of their kind.
/r/MachinePornThe world first Bridgeport serial number S38-001
/r/MachinePornThe inside of a coal processing plant, here they separated coal and rocks.
/r/MachinePornHere’s some true R/MachinePorn, This is a Nordberg Diesel generator in a soon to be gone power plant. The power plant has 7 massive Gensets and it was one of the biggest diesel power plants in America! (Ladder and standup fan for scale)
/r/MachinePornHeard we were doing generators: here's a detail of the one remaining 120 year old gas turbine generator belonging to the »Maxhütte« steelworks in Thüringen, south-eastern Germany.
/r/MachinePornElectric Engine and wheel on the top level of a coal mineshaft tower. Coal mine Haard 1 in the northern Ruhr area. Built in 1981.
/r/MachinePornEngines/engine room on a US merchant ship.
/r/MachinePornHopping on the Generator train. 420 MW steam turbine/generator Portsmouth, USA.
/r/MachinePornThis is at the scotia saw mill old PALCO saw mill not sure how many MW. I was told it used to power a submarine.
/r/MachinePornMachines making machines
/r/MachinePornEngineers working at Laurence, Scott & Electromotors of Norwich, England, February 1962
/r/MachinePornA new GEnx mounted to a B747-8F
/r/MachinePornGE steam turbine looking at #2 bearing
/r/MachinePornAirplane cylinder grinder Pt.2
/r/MachinePornAll six of the surviving London North Eastern Railway or LNER A4 Pacifics at “The Great Goodbye” event in 2014. They were reunited for the anniversary of No. 4468 “Mallard” breaking the steam locomotive speed record on the 3rd of July 1938. Information in comments. Photo by A.Edkins [4767x2982]
/r/MachinePorn[OC] I just finished refurbishing my 1944 Monarch 16CY lathe.
/r/MachinePornMy nail gun powered Pogo stick. Didn't very work well but was fun to make. Uses to nail guns to compress the springs further than just jumping. Was scary to use but a good laugh.
/r/MachinePornCat 793F haul truck, and a Cat 6030 shovel on Sleipner dolly’s
/r/MachinePornThe inside of a small fender electric guitar speaker.
/r/MachinePornHydro turbine once used for power generation at a weaving mill in Mexico. Details below.
/r/MachinePornEMD 645 twin turbocharged v16 diesel engines I had to send all three out as scrap today. Each motor operated a generator that created 2 mega watts of electricity that were used to supply power to the grid during high demand. Each unit had an oil pan capacity of 400 gallons.
/r/MachinePorn1952 GM EMD locomotive engine generator
/r/MachinePornSwiss Federal Railways or SBB Class A 3/5 Originally for the Jura–Simplon(JS) and Gotthard Railways, they were built from 1902-28 with a total of 111 due to their reliability. SBB 705 is the sole survivor and is owned by the Historical Heritage Foundation of the SBB. Photo by D. Gubler [4184x2583]
/r/MachinePorn12000TD hovercraft under construction at Griffon Hoverworks, Southampton, UK