eric trax

[MOC] John Deere 9560R + Vaderstad RDA 800C

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The last topic I published 7 months ago Lego introduced the Claas Xerion model for 2016 finally made the tread tires available. There was only one size so I decided to build a 500-600 hp articulated tractor. I have a passion for the John Deere brand so I chose the 9560R

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John Deere:

The model drives the XL engine with a final gear ratio 1:6. Is fast and strong. Unfortunately I could not fit the gearbox because there was not enough space. John Deere is steering by L motor and small linear actuators. The construction has a differential locks controlled by the M motor. You can see the cutaway picture below. It shows all the mechanisms. The model is controlled by Sbrick

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Vaderstad:

It's the biggest Vaderstad seeder. The real machine is working at 8 meters widths and is really big. I loaded Sbrick in the load box which controls the compressor with L Motor and two servo valves. Everything balances well even with heavy construction weight.

 

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Wow! This is a beautiful tractor! :thumbup: It almost makes the Claas tires appear small. :laugh: The green-with-yellow color scheme looks amazing, especially with the red seeder. :wub:

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1 minute ago, Leonardo da Bricki said:

 It almost makes the Claas tires appear small. :laugh: 

Yes it is true those ones are little bit small for this tractor :P

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Truly a masterpiece my friend and this is scaled modelling at his best.:wub:

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Nice one. I have something in mind regarding those tires too. But I will be using six of them :)

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I will update the Hall of Fame to the end of the week.

This one is going in there! :thumbup:

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Wow what a beaty. Indeed the tires are a bit small.

But overall great job, also love the seeder. Would love to own this combination.

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Very impressive. I was already quite taken from how you captured its look, scrolling down to see that it has power functions as well, amazes me even more. Splendid work! :classic:

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13 hours ago, Rolic said:

Nice one. I have something in mind regarding those tires too. But I will be using six of them :)

Very interesting. What are you planning? :)

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Wow, that is an incredible piece of work :wub:

So neat and smooth (both in appearance and in operation). Perfect

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Wow! Absolutely stunning. Not only perfect looks, but also functioning.

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Absolutely fantastic! :wub: I'm a farmer, so the 9R series Deere is instantly recognizable, and extremely well done. Yeah, the wheels & tires are a little small, but not your fault, so no big deal. (We can assume they're a set of 710/70R38s when they should be 710/70R42s, or even bigger :pir-wink: ) Anyway, good job with all the technical elements, and the seeder turned out really nice as well. Keep it up. :thumbup:

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Mindblown! Again! By! Your! Work! :wub:

I have to admit that your Claas harvesters are still my favourite, but this one is breathing right on their neck!

So a full 7 months for this build? How do you design? With software or directly with bricks?

I totaly agree and second Milan on HOF! CONGRATULATIONS! And a "Pro" tag would suit you nice, but u fortunately that's not up to me...:grin:

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As a native Iowan who has been around tractors, this tops the list of any model I would want to buy in Lego.  If this was produced, I would be first in line.  Just an excellent job, I can't say enough of how nice this is.  Thank you for sharing with us and your creativity in building is top notch expert level.

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On 11.07.2017 at 10:49 PM, MajklSpajkl said:

So a full 7 months for this build? How do you design? With software or directly with bricks?

@MajklSpajklI built the tractor myself 3 months. Some items I designed using LDD so as to limit the ordering of unneeded bricks.

On 14.07.2017 at 8:03 PM, Herky said:

If this was produced, I would be first in line.  Just an excellent job, I can't say enough of how nice this is.  

@Herky I'm working on improving the drive and getting started with John Deere

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