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Feb 03, 2006

The Rebaler

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Here are some pictures of the new machine that I have been working on over the past 3 months.  Its called the rebaler and it is designed to cut large hay bales and then rebale them into little squares.  It takes both 8x4x4 and 8x3x4 hay bales and can press many types of hay including straw, oaten hay, and lucerne.  It makes 3 little squares at a time and then forms a stack 2 bales wide 3 deep and 4 high strapping each layer.


The feed table. the yellow bar at the bottom pushes the hay forwards, over a knife.  The strings are removed by hand and then it gets pushed into the slicer
the slicer
the plunger. it pushes the hay through thr big
The feed table. the yellow bar at the bottom pushes the hay forwards, over a knife. The strings are removed by hand and then it gets pushed into the slicer box. the slicer box the plunger. it pushes the hay through thr big knives
the slicer
control
the slicer boxcontrol panel
power
the roof ski
power packthe roof ski's hold the bale down so it doesnt buckle as it is cut
u can see one of the knives just above the
the sliced bale is then lifted bu the elevator and then pushed on to the intake, one half at a
u can see one of the knives just above the balethe sliced bale is then lifted bu the elevator and then pushed on to the intake, one half at a time
the yellow paddles push the hay towards the
this is the scale and
the yellow paddles push the hay towards the scalethis is the scale and load
its hard o see in this pic, thr rebaling part of the machine is behind that big yellow thing in the air.  the yellow table is another scale,  it is used to make sure the bales are the correct
this is the elevator. is stacks and straps the
its hard o see in this pic, thr rebaling part of the machine is behind that big yellow thing in the air. the yellow table is another scale, it is used to make sure the bales are the correct weightthis is the elevator. is stacks and straps the hay
a straped stake of
this is the kicker, it pushes the stack away after it has been
a straped stake of haythis is the kicker, it pushes the stack away after it has been formed

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