Tying And Wrapping

SIMPLIFIED TYING AND WRAPPING
TRADITIONAL TWINE TYING

For classic baling, redesigned twine wrapping systems are available on all models. You can load six active balls of twine in the front twine carrier on Roll-Belt™ 450 and 460 balers. On Roll-Belt™ 550 and 560 balers, you can use eight active balls by removing the dividers. As an option, four additional twine balls (two per side) can be stored on each side of the baler.


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EASY THREADING

Threading twine has never been easier thanks to a simple threading bar (shown raised). After loading the twine balls, lower the threading bar for easy access to the threading guides. After tying and threading three balls to the left and three to the right, raise the threading bar to the operating position. Twine is routed from the twine box along the right side of the baler to the twine tubes.


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SMART ENHANCEMENTS

The twine mechanism now features dual twine tubes that pivot on a single mount to feed twine into the bale chamber. Instead of an actuator, a motor is utilized to lower amperage draw for the system. Additionally, this motor also provides smoother actuation and allows for dynamic twine spacing changes.


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HOW MANY MISSISSIPPIS DOES IT TAKE?

Six seconds That’s the time it takes to net wrap a bale with a Roll-Belt round baler. Net wrap is a proven solution that reduces baling time and produces bales that are easier to handle and more weather-resistant. The EdgeWrap™ system is wider than the bale chamber to provide over-the-edge net wrapping when using standard-width net. Putting net over the edge of a bale not only protects it, but also helps better retain its shape.


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RELIABLE, EFFICIENT NET WRAPPING

A simple, shorter, more-efficient net travel path makes the industry’s most-reliable system even more dependable because of reduced misfeeding. The net knife and wrapper duckbill assemblies are separate, eliminating multiple linkages and knife-link adjustments. The net knife and wrapper are also controlled by separate motors to reduce amperage draw and eliminate the need for a separate battery harness. Finally, the net knife moves up through the net, pulling it into the knife for a more positive cutting action.


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EASY FRONT-LOADING SYSTEM

Loading the active and double non-active rolls of net wrap is easy as a result of the front-loading net wrap system and loading supports found on Roll-Belt 450-through 560 balers. The net tube now pivots down and forward to decrease the loading angle. A support tube has also been added to assist with loading a new, active roll of net. The net brake lock is a reverse locking tab, which eliminates the need for a separate locking pin. A second, non-active roll can also be stored in the back of the baler to provide you with more than enough net for day-long baling.


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THE NET WRAP CYCLE

1. The net wrap cycle begins when the bale reaches full size.
2. The duckbill pivots into the bale chamber between the fixed roll and pivot roll.
3. After making the desired number of wraps are made, the duckbill returns to the home position.
4. Finally, the net knife cuts in an upward motion to cut the net and complete the wrapping cycle.


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