Scale model manufacturer IMC Models, in collaboration with Tadano and Mammoet Merchandise, is working on a high-end diecast scale model of the CC 2800-1. This versatile crane of the Tadano lattice boom crawler product range is designedfor infrastructure projects from roads and bridges to wind turbine erecting and refinery work. The 600 tonner has been in service for over 20 years and to this day continues to help industry giants such as Mammoet perform the toughest jobs.
Development of a high-end miniature in scale 1:50 by IMC Models is aiming to deliver the most complete crane model to date, handcrafted from no less than 1.600 parts, primarily casted from premium die-cast metal, brass and fine photo-etch.
The model offers customers 13 different configurations, from SH to SWSL boom combinations. This can be increased even further to 18 configurations with the CC 2800-1 Extension Set, increasing both the original 54 m main boom and the 42 m jib to 96 m.
Besides the main boom and jib, each model features the SL ballast tray, a telescopic stinger, additional heavy outriggers, a large 600t hook and, to showcase its wind applications, a unique windmill hook and LF windmill jib. Besides this large range of buildups, a realistic transport breakdown is also included with numerous detachable parts.
The public introduction of the official blue/white Tadano version, a classic blue/yellow Demag edition and the first company livery for Mammoet are scheduled for the upcoming Bauma Trade Fair in Munich, October 2022