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I was wondering, in this video, does prop move foward and side to side by pneumatics or is it hydraulics. Also what nechanism do you think it would use to move, scissor, ect

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Its pretty rare to use hydralics in a prop, and since I dont see a video thats all the help I can offer.
 

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My bad, heres the vids

Heres the videos
Would both of these props use hydraulics or just really strong lifts?
 

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Im pretty sure they are just air powered, I put an email into scare factory for ya and find out for sure.
 

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I agree wth Allen. I'm quite sure they use pneumatics (air cylinders and valves). Pneumatics are common for prop movements involving heavy objects.
 

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that last one is amazing...for a second i thought the victim was a real person...this is ingenious!
 
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