Attach2 debuts All In One Bucket/Topcon 3D
Attach2 debuts its All In One Bucket for small excavators
New Zealand excavator attachment company Attach2 recently released its All In One Bucket, designed for smaller machines.
The All In One Bucket was designed to make small excavators, especially in the 1 to 10-tonne range, capable of digging and grabbing without any loss of functionality. It is designed to reduce the number of attachment changes to complete jobs; often a pain point of smaller machines that perform varied roles throughout the day and have to change attachments often.
Attach2 has been working on this attachment for a number of years after hearing from clients and stakeholders the need for a bucket that has full digging capability, but also a grab function. No other attachment on the market fulfilled these roles, says Attach2.
The first All In One Bucket was designed and prototyped in 2015 and thoroughly tested on a small hire machine as a way of determining usability, robustness and operator feedback from a variety of situations, says the company.
Since 2015 more prototypes were produced for different machine sizes as part of a limited release to key clients to test the bucket to its full potential. Now, this product has been fully fleshed out and Attach2 is ready to release this bucket to the New Zealand market.
James, owner of JPS Earthmoving, based in Masterton, New Zealand, who had one of the first All In One Bucket prototypes as part of the limited release, says that the All In One is: “An amazing bucket that’s very versatile and innovative for an excavator. I’m keen on getting the official version for some of my other diggers to use.”
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Left: The All In One Bucket has full digging capability, but also a grab function