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Bobcat has been making excavators for a very long time. Since the company has been producing excavators with the intent of people using them for digging, material handling, forestry work, demolition, and a lot of heavy lifting, it is very likely that Bobact excavators have help develop our countries admired infrastructure.
If you would like to learn more about the capabilities of a Bobcat excavator, or the capabilites of excavators in general, then we do elaborate on those two topics for our readers.
We also have a lot of information about each individual manufacturer, and the parts that fit the various models that each company produces.
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Bobcat Mini / Compact Excavators
Bobcat company produces a very wide array of excavator models. Each model of Bobcat excavator is designed to handle different tasks, and amounts of weight.
In the last few decades, a large demand has spread for the smaller models of excavators, which are known as mini excavators, even though they are called compact excavators by Bobcat’s staff.
We also sell rubber tracks, buckets, and various other parts and attachments.
Bobcat Mini Excavator parts / Bobcat Compact Excavator parts
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||Bobcat Compact Excavator Buckets
||Bobcat Compact Excavator Attachments
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Updated Info – Bobcat excavators
As previously mentioned, Bobcat has been in the heavy equipment manufacturing business for nearly 62 years. The company started manufacturing heavy equipment, like excavators (excavators were not the first machine to be produced), when the companies founders, Louis and Cyril Keller, were asked to create a machine that was small enough to be easy to maneuver, easy to turn, capable of lifting heavy objects, digging, and still be lightweight.
The person that asked Louis Keller and Cyril Keller to engineer the machine, which later became known as a “skid-steer loader,” was Eddie Velo. Eddie Velo invented the skid-steer loader because he needed a machine that could turn tight corners inside of the barn, lift and dig, as well as be light enough to operate on the second floor of the barn.
The two brothers, Louis and Cyril, created a small design that had 3 wheels and a belt-driven transmission. The machine was finished and delivered to Eddie Velo on February 4, 1957. People loved the skid-steer loader and Bobcat started working on it to make improvements and different designs that would function properly for any task that their customers needed them to do.
It was not until 1990 when Bobcat created the first compact excavator and made if available for purchase, which is less than 40 years from the day they first engineered the skid-steer loader.
There are other machines on the market in the United States that still function very similarly to the bobcat compact excavators, but none of them are exactly the same.
According to a page on Bobcat’s official website, they still are the only compact excavator manufacturer in the entire United States. You can read about it here, by clicking on the link, then scrolling down the page and looking for details about 1960 on the right.