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42054 - Claas Xerion 5000 - MODs, Improvements, Attachments, etc

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On 12/13/2016 at 7:08 AM, efferman said:

hi guys, the lxf for the saddle trac is done. Can please someone take a look for bugs?

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Hi Efferman: I may be a little off topic, but was hoping you might assist in opening the Xerion RC instructions on Bricksafe?  https://bricksafe.com/pages/efferman  

Just joined the forum, so cannot use the PM yet.  Thank you!

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20 hours ago, oxyjansen said:

Hi Efferman: I may be a little off topic, but was hoping you might assist in opening the Xerion RC instructions on Bricksafe?  https://bricksafe.com/pages/efferman  

Just joined the forum, so cannot use the PM yet.  Thank you!

Go to LDD, if you have it. Open the file and select building instructions.

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Hello Everybody ,

For the moment i'am building a full rc Claas Xerion with 7 motors , controlled with 2 S'brick .

Rotation for Cabin will be disconected for the reason that i don't use this fuction and in future build there are coming 12 led's in the cabin roof .

 

 

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Just now, technicbuilder said:

Hello Everybody ,

For the moment i'am building a full rc Claas Xerion with 7 motors , controlled with 2 S'brick .

Rotation for Cabin will be disconected for the reason that i don't use this fuction and in future build there are coming 12 led's in the cabin roof .

 

 

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I can not uplaod more pictures 

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On 7/24/2016 at 5:09 PM, ctx1769 said:

Gonna get of these so i can build the 8 tyre version of it Claas_XERION_5000_in_dual_wheel_configuration.jpg

2 sets sorry

 

Here's the double-wheeled Xerion, full-equipped with both Main- and B-model tools. The roof lights also light up when the motor is turned on (without affecting the cabin rotation).

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On 8/12/2016 at 10:56 PM, BrickWild said:

Anyone tried building a Red Edition like this one?

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There's the red version of the Xerion. It's also 4WD driven by an XL-motor and servo-steered (both remote-controlled) while preserving the 3 steering modes and cabin rotation (although now manual since the mechanism had to go to make way for the servo-motor). The battery is still turned on by the side power-lever.

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On 1/5/2019 at 5:14 AM, ozacek said:

Here's the double-wheeled Xerion, full-equipped with both Main- and B-model tools. The roof lights also light up when the motor is turned on.

That looks sweet with the front attachment! Mind sharing your solution for mounting the dual tires?

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6 hours ago, zoo said:

That looks sweet with the front attachment! Mind sharing your solution for mounting the dual tires?

Sure. It's based on an earlier post, but with modifications. The large wheels cause strong torsion on their axis, so the central axle is important.

This solution leaves a small gap between the wheels, but it doesn't seem possible to properly bridge it. You could remove the 1/2-bushes and use 2L axles instead of 3L, but they would only partially enter the bush-longpin's and so it compromises the strength.

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22 hours ago, ozacek said:

 

There's the red version of the Xerion. It's also 4WD driven by an XL-motor and servo-steered (both remote-controlled) while preserving the 3 steering modes and cabin rotation (although now manual since the mechanism had to go to make way for the servo-motor). The battery is still turned on by the side power-lever.

Nice mod. The red version looks great. I think the red soft axle is probably the only rare part. May look ok with black axle also.

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On 1/10/2019 at 11:48 PM, ozacek said:

This solution leaves a small gap between the wheels, but it doesn't seem possible to properly bridge it.

Cool, thanks! I've been playing around with different wheels to use as spacers but so far I haven't found one that matches the look I'm after. There might be more options available for other colours than red though.

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On 1/10/2019 at 11:48 PM, ozacek said:

This solution leaves a small gap between the wheels, but it doesn't seem possible to properly bridge it. 

Actually this is perfectly realistic. If you look at the picture of the real machine you will see that it also has a gap between it's wheels.

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12 minutes ago, Sjoemie himself said:

Actually this is perfectly realistic. If you look at the picture of the real machine you will see that it also has a gap between it's wheels.

You're correct. It is properly. I stood next to many machines and tractors with double wheels. Could put my hand with the width between the wheels. I think it has to do with that the space between the tires is needed when they have to carry much wheight, the side will bulge out. I hope this is correct vocabulary...

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It is, the side walls would wear each other away otherwise - its the same on the duel wheels or trucks.

Also there is the crop row width element with tractors, they're spaced to run in the gaps. Great solution though, and takes away the torque on the centre axle

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Pretty stoked :wub: just got a  NIB copy of 42054 looking forward to the build and mods:thumbup:

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