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Vögele MT 3000-2 Offset PowerFeeder - Eurovia

Maker:  NZG
Model No:  840/02
Scale:  1:50
Review Date:  October 2012

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Packaging   (max 10)9
Detail   (max 30)26
Features   (max 20)17
Quality   (max 25)20
Price   (max 15)9
Overall   (max 100)81%


Vögele MT 3000-2i Offset PowerFeeder -Eurovia Video
Eurovia branded box.
Dominating conveyor.  Seats in the operator's area open out, and the canopy can be extended too.
Excellent detailing at the pivot point.
Main belt is visible underneath.
More opening panels.
Canopy closed for transport.
Being loaded by a Eurovia Tipper.
A busy road works scene.
Comment on this model.

The Vögele MT 3000-2i Offset PowerFeeder provides an uninterrupted supply of material to a paver, or to fill trenches or road barrier cavities.  It allows more rapid unloading of trucks and allows the paver to not need trucks to access it directly.

The conveyor can be pivoted to either side by 55°, and can convey 1200 tonnes of material per hour.

This version of the model is in the colours of Eurovia which is part of the VINCI Group.


The model comes in a Eurovia branded box and is enclosed between polystyrene trays.  The review model had no defects or missing parts.

The model is complete with no assembly required, and there is no information describing its many features. 

A reprint of a brochure about the real machine is included and this enhances the offering.


The rubber tracks are simple and are mounted on track frames which mimic the real machine's simplicity.

At the front the hopper has screw conveyors and there are rubber flaps at the front and the feed belt is rubber also.  There are functioning rollers for engaging the wheels of a discharging tipper.

The side panels have sharp Eurovia graphics and they have hinges on the top edges which are reasonably discrete.  Under the panels various engine details are provided in relief in the casting rather than as separate components.

The operator's area has a textured floor and two seats, and is surrounded by metal handrails.  The control console is excellent including tiny joysticks.  The canopy above is metal.

The conveyor support has excellent hydraulic lines and some fine detailing.  The conveyor has a rubber belt and includes a fabric cover with a plastic element on top, and underneath there is a mesh screen.  Hydraulic lines run to the cylinders and the belt motors at the tip.  Lights are modelled with silvered surfaces.


The tracks can be forced to roll but are very stiff.

The hopper sides slide out, and the bottom flap can be raised up to force material onto the belt.

Both operator's seats can be rotated out to provide a better view forwards, and the seats also swivel.  The roof canopy above can be extended to provide shelter.  The console can move on a rail from side to side, and also rotates.

The canopy roof can be lowered to provide a reduced headroom for travelling on a transport vehicle.

The conveyor can be raised from almost horizontal to about 25°, and can rotate to either side realistically.  The rubber belts do not rotate.


This is very high quality model and is mostly metal and finished well.  The paintwork and graphics are very good.


It is relatively pricey as it is a limited edition model.


This is an outstanding model of a less common machine.  It looks good in Eurovia colours and combines well with other Eurovia models to make interesting displays.


The model first appeared in Vögele colours at the Nuremberg Toy Fair in 2012.
  The Eurovia version appeared in September 2012 in a run of 300 models.
Ready for work.
Hopper sides opened up.
Detailed control console.
Opening sides.
Bottom of hopper raises up
Interesting transport load.
Feeding a Super 2100-2 Paver.