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There are two definitions for excavator; one is any person engaging in excavation is called an excavator. The second definition of excavator is of course the vehicles called excavators which are sometimes called diggers trackhoes fronthoes and 360-degree excavators or just 360. This is not to be confused with Microsofts vertical technology and news search engine called Excavator or xcavator as one has nothing to do with the other. Here were talking about heavy duty digging machines even though several manufacturers like John Deere offer Compact Midsize and Large Excavators ranging from 0-6 metric tons for the compact excavators 6 to 40 metric tons for the midsize and 40 to 85 for large John Deere excavators. Additionally there exist mini-excavators made by another manufacturer that will fit through a door.
The other terms used for excavators are diggers and 360-degree excavators. They are sometimes simply called 360. The tracked excavators are also called track hoes due to its resemblance with a backhoe. There is a contradiction that the back in a backhoe is used in reference to the pulling back action of the bucket towards the machine instead of the location of the shovel. However excavators are still referred to as front hoes by some people. Excavators come in a variety of sizes but the most popular are large excavators and mini excavators. The large excavators are huge in size. They weigh around 85000 kg and their bucket size is usually 4.5 m 3. These excavators are generally used for industrial excavation works.
Moving on the to the possible non-NASA commercial application it can be said that the same qualities of the LPE that apply to space would also attract terrestrial users or said differently us earth bound creatures. As both business and government markets rapidly expand so does the need for urban infrastructure. Using NASAs own words on the subject; Urban construction settings restrict the use of explosives to minimize damaging vibrations making mechanical methods attractive. In addition shallow tunnel construction is rapidly changing from cut-and-cover to wholly underground because excavations disrupt city traffic. Coupled with increasing population these factors enhance the market for innovatively flexible systems such as the LPE. If I could have said it better than NASA did I would have. But I couldnt so I didnt. Anyway there you have it both the past of excavators and a look at their future with the development of the Low-energy Planetary Excavator
Basically The LPE would be a general-purpose machine with the ability to mine ice regolith and rock; it would also support construction activities. The purpose and application is meant for future manned and unmanned missions to the Moon Mars and beyond. .Additionally adaptations could be made for use in extreme-low gravity such as on asteroids. This idea of efficient and reliable an excavator that has usage on differing planetary surfaces and various materials has the goal of enabling exploration and bases from outposts to self-sustaining complexes. The LPE would be able to accommodate the different materials that are encountered on planetary surfaces as the LPE would sense geologic changes and respond to them by using the lowest cutting energy possible.