Which one is best Machines?

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by whz1001, Jun 14, 2013.

  1. whz1001

    Thread Starter New Member

    May 24, 2013
    Which one best Hydraulic machines or elecrtic machines ? please suggest me. I think elecrtonic machine is the best what you all think ?
  2. PackratKing

    Well-Known Member

    Jul 13, 2008
    All depends on your desired application...
  3. Rohitchampion

    New Member

    Apr 24, 2013
    You can't compare these machines. Both are good in their own applications.
  4. tshuck

    Well-Known Member

    Oct 18, 2012
    Like all things engineering, to answer that question, you would have to weigh the costs and benefits of each machine in the application and what the requirements of that application are.
  5. Andreas

    Well-Known Member

    Jan 26, 2009
    I once had a mate who wanted to build a hydraulic belt scraper but I suggested that an electric belt sander was all that he needed ;)
  6. Dr.killjoy

    Well-Known Member

    Apr 28, 2013

    What's the point here ????

    Because without application specs and why no one can help you with such a general question ...

    I drive a tow truck and with electric winches ,we would burn them up in 30 seconds flat and with Hydraulic winches they might be slow but they refuse to stop and are such a work horse..
  7. WBahn


    Mar 31, 2012
    Well, at least this time you're not hijacking someone else's thread.

    Now you need to work on asking a meaningful question that has a chance of being answerable.

    You mention "hydraulic machine", "electric machine", and "electronic machine". But you give no hint as to what the "machine" part is. Are you really saying that you believe that an "electronic machine" is the best in every situation? If someone told you they need a machine to lift 900 ton sections of an aircraft carrier, would you really tell them that they should only consider an "electronic machine"? If someone said they needed a machine to bring water up from a 1000ft deep well, would you really tell them to only consider an "electronic machine".

    Please narrow the context of the discussion to something reasonable.
  8. #12


    Nov 30, 2010
    I replaced a toilet fill valve and a kitchen faucet today. I think both of those jobs work better in hydraulic than electric technology.