Claas Jaguar 860 w/ Orbis with Pickup
Claas Jaguar 860 w/ Orbis & Pickup. Built in Wikings well known quality in a thing between German thoroughness and cast in Diecast but many fine details..
Sandwich folding can also be functionally simulated in 1:32: And of course the Jaguar 860 with two attachments fulfils extensive harvesting tasks. The row-independent Orbis maize head also combines practical experience with innovative ideas in terms of structure and drive at a scale of 1:32. The friction connection to the Jaguar model can be easily achieved using the quick coupling. In addition, an optimum crop flow is guaranteed, ensuring a constant chop quality through the longitudinal feeding of the plants. Depending on your requirements and the application simulation, the Orbis 750 maize head can also be attached and detached in 32-fold miniaturisation
The road field operation can also be simulated prototypically, if the maize head is folded in and out to the side, so that the so-called sandwich folding can also be modelled afterwards. The different feed rollers make the central function of the maize head visible, because WIKING also rotates them. The associated pipe fittings are also kept foldable. Even the dirt cloth and sensor wheels are designed to be movable: the second tool is used for forage harvesting. Pick up 300 proves what is also important for the prototype. On the way to increasingly powerful machines