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Binder-twine guide and cutter mechanism for roll-baler










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #4715175.

A binding apparatus for tying up a round bale of harvested material formed in a baler, which is mounted on the housing of the baler, comprises at least one cord supply spool, a cord guide mechanism for guiding at least one cord along the upper surface of the round bale to tie the bale up, and a cutting mechanism for the cord, which is connected to the cord guide mechanism. The cord guide mechanism comprises at least one cord guide arm and a cord disk having a gear unit. The cutting mechanism is connected by means of a connecting rod to one end of a pulling strap, the other end of the pulling strap being attached by means of a pulling spring to a transverse truss provided for the binding apparatus, and on the cord guide mechanism an operating mechanism cooperating with the pulling strap is provided, in order to tie up the bale once or twice according to choice, before the cord is cut by the cutting mechanism.








 
 
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