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Vibrating feeder is also called vibratory feeder or ore vibrating feeder.
Feed opening: 150×250-300×1300mm
Applied Materials: Pebbles, granite, basalt, iron ore, limestone, quartz stone, gangue, construction waste.
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Thor’s Well is set on a long basalt shoreline. From the parking lot, you’ll need to walk down the short path to get up close. You can do the short walk down to Thor’s Well or make a little half-mile loop on the Captain Cook trail that takes you over to a few other views over Cape Perpetua.
You’ll notice to the left a small overpass bridge and just beneath it, another wonder of nature, Spouting Horn in the Cook Chasm. There is a gorgeous view of an ocean blowhole where the waves crash in the cave, which then spouts the seawater right back out, spraying into the air!
There is a risk of injury while wandering the craggy terrain, so step with care. Additionally, there are many tide pools and possible sea creatures on the rocks, so take even more care roaming around Thor’s Well
In addition to watching your step, you must also be hyper-aware of your surrounding at all times. This is the Oregon Coast, which is beautiful but also dangerous. Sneaker waves are a possibility and could really injure someone or worse. There have been accidents here
Watch out if you wander along the outskirts of the basalt terrain where the waves are crashing in as well. Just because a few waves have been small doesn’t mean that they will stay consistent; the tides are constantly changing
Oregon has been a beautiful state to explore. We’ve loved calling it home this past year. One of the Seven Wonders in Oregon is the Oregon Coast and it’s easy to see why. During our road trip down the coast, we were most excited to finally photograph Thor’s Well
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If you’re driving south on 101, park at the Cape Cove Trailhead pull-out 0.3 miles south of the Cape Perpetua Visitor Center. You’ll see signs at the trail for Spouting Horn. If you look out towards the ocean as you descend, you’ll see Thor’s Well near the edge. After you walk down the stairs, you can walk out onto the rocky coast to get a closer look
If you’re a photographer, you most likely want to get the dramatic look of the water coming in and out so you will want to visit during high tide. During our visit, we arrived an hour before high tide and the water would burst out sporadically. Jacob stood near the edge of the well to shoot and the water would come to his calfs before draining back into the well
The shots that we wanted actually happened at high tide when the water was consistently overflowing. We didn’t dare get close to the well at this point and stayed nearby on a high ridge. Even then, water was coming up to our feet from time to time
If you want to shoot, I suggest arriving an hour to and hour and half before high tide. This will give you time to orient yourself and find the best place to be. Each day the tide level will be slightly different as well so you can judge when the best time to shoot will be
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