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PostPosted: Wed Jan 13, 2021 8:51 am    Post subject: Re: Small Big squares! Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Just an amazing inventing family.
Been making custom machines since the 60s.
The goal of the custom machines was faster hay production for better quality hay while using less manual labor.
Did you check out the other link of the bale wagon for the 8 by 8 bale?

The auger stopping is intentional because it is stopping the feed so the hydraulic ramps can stroke and make a flake. Yes hydraulic, not a gearbox with a plunger flailing about and making flakes of any size, these balers made every flake consistant because plunger did not strike until feeder was full.

For tying it together, I love this part, used 10 knotters. 10 knottersyou say, why is that? Because later in the year when you get the order for small bales, you feed these 8 by 8 bales into the rebaler, it slices between the strings to form 5 narrow bales, operate then removed the strings and machine runs a set of needles and now the 5 longs were retied into 10 shorts

So the ease of stacking 8 by 8 bales but with rebaler machine, also the option of cutting them down to small bales without shredding the bales thru a second bailer
 
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 13, 2021 2:07 pm    Post subject: Re: Small Big squares! Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Pretty neat but no matter how you package an idiot cube it’s still an idiot cube and you still don’t have the capacity of any of the larger bales
 
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