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Working on the ship yard has never been easy. Your massive magnetic crane will help, but not too much. Moving the cargo from the dock onto the cargo ship, you'll have to carefully place the cargo to the best of your ability, clicking to activate the magnetic pull and releasing to let it go. Don't throw it too far or you'll miss the target. Have Fun!
Do you like to play online puzzle games where you load items with a crane? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Shipping Yard game online. Are we correct? ;)
Play this online puzzle game with your mouse. Use the mouse to move the crane arm, hold left mouse button to activate the magnetic pad Release left mouse to deactivate the magnetic pad.
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According to ElectroMagneticCrane.com there many impressive facts about electro magnetic cranes. An electromagnetic crane is a type of crane with an electromagnetic lift. Electromagnetic cranes are commonly utilized in lifting and moving various scrap metals. Using the principle of electromagnetic induction, these large machines are used to handle scrap ferrous metals, such as iron and steel, which can be found in junk yards and recycling plants. An electromagnet is a type of magnet wherein the magnetic field is produced by electric current, and the field disappears whenever the current is turned off.