I love this roller on the console version, but on the PC version, it will not attach to any vehicle. I have tried every tractor and even tried adapters, all to no avail. I see from the comments that many others have had the same issue, but not a single reply from the creator of this mod. Are they not reading any of the comments on their own mod?
Rollers for removing fields and making your farm clean, they can also be used to remove snow.Accurate and easy to use 3-point attacher. They are also remote controlled, if you ever need to move them without a tractor.
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The trick to making a nice straight bend on metal with the ER3 is to start with a straight cut edge on the material you will be bending. Because the ER3 tracks along the edge of the material to be bent it is important to have a straight cut. The technique that works the best to prevent rippling of the material is to not to bend the material up to quickly. It is better to put light pressure on the tool and make multiple passes bending the material up about 10-20 degrees on each pass. For a bend to 90 degrees you should plan to run the tool back and forth at least 5 times.
If a Robot comes in contact with anything outside of the field during the Endgame period or due to an early expansion, including the floor or the outside face of the Field Perimeter, it will automatically receive a Disqualification for that Match
Q&A1307 ( -2023/QA/1307) clarifies that endgames going through the net is also a violation of S2 even if it does not touch the outer face of the field walls or anything else. I interpreted that to mean the outer face of the string is considered something outside the field.Does a similar principle apply for touching out outside face of the roller bracket?
In this image you can see the string touches the upper face of the roller bracket on the right and the back face of the roller bracket on the left. drive.google.com/file/d/144FWz4hJlxsGLZCxWh_jtqL-MGyx_VFz/view?usp=share_linkCurrently I interpret the outside face of the roller bracket to not be considered outside the field because it is not specifically "anything outside of the field" or "the floor or outside face of the field perimeter" and does not have a Q&A that specifically clarifies it as being considered outside the field. Is that a correct interpretation?
In some instances, the Head Referee will have to make a judgment call as to whether they feel a Robot was, as stated in rule , "out of the field during the Endgame period or due to an early expansion" or not. Because the entire Roller structure sits within or on the Field Perimeter with no parts crossing the outside edge of the Field Perimeter, we would consider this specific example to be inside the field and not in violation of . See related Q&A 1467 for additional examples.
ALSAN RS 230 Field is applied via brush or roller. Prior to application, refer to published specifications and approved details for complete application instructions. The applicator is responsible for ensuring conditions are appropriate to proceed with the proper application method.
The microstructure consists of Type I & Type II nodular graphite as defined in ASTM A247. The matrix is highly pearlite with small amounts of ferrite. The edge or rim will have a higher nodule count and contain slightly higher ferrite concentration when compared to the center. Chill carbides will be less than 5% in any field at 100x and will be well dispersed.
SKF faces a dilemma with its Explorer taper roller bearings: The bearings are so much better than any other bearing that standardised life calculations cannot adequately predict life expectancy. This opens up a world of new options for design engineers and problem solving. Communicating such good news is an up-hill battle, however, as the customers must accept the message as true and reliable. In the past, only users who were particularly aware of performance understood the big performance differences between SKF Explorer taper roller bearings and competitive products.
Before SKF Explorer bearings were being tested, we knew that the improvements would result in a different performance class. The test results and customer experience confirmed those improvements to an extent that has been amazing for CARB® toroidal and spherical roller bearings, spherical roller thrust bearings, angular contact ball bearings, cylindrical roller bearings and now taper roller bearings and deep groove ball bearings. Depending on the application, these bearings have been shown to last up to several times longer than competitive products.
SKF Explorer anatomyThe performance breakthrough of the SKF Explorer taper roller bearing represents years of intensive research by an international team of scientists, engineers and customers. By listening to customer needs, the SKF taper roller bearing team was able to work with other SKF researchers to find solutions for key customer performance parameters. Solutions required literally re-engineering components at the micro level and then developing new procedures to consistently manufacture this new standard of excellence.
This process is reflected in the improvements that were applied to the rolling contact surfaces. SKF engineers not only improved the design, but they were also able to develop manufacturing processes that would allow them to manufacture more consistently than ever, so that each taper roller bearing is almost an exact duplicate of the next. Keeping the spread of dimensions low is crucial for all adjustable bearings, as it determines the service life.
In all, the improvements and the increased service life are worthy of the name SKF Explorer. For some applications such as pinions, hydraulic pumps and motors, industrial gearboxes and compressors, bearing performance is the key to the overall performance of the particular application. SKF has put considerable effort into the development of its taper roller bearing range to serve customers where the superior product performance of its taper roller bearings matches the requirements of the application. This is one reason why SKF is now one of the top suppliers for high-performance applications.
What makes the TQ-line bearings particularly forgiving is their ability to accommodate critical operating conditions and environments that cause conventional bearings to fail. They can do this because the TQ design provides enhanced lubrication in the critical roller end/flange contacts.
SKF taper roller bearings are also more resistant to contaminated lubricants, due to the hardening processes used at manufacture. Further, the contact geometry has a logarithmic profile, which provides optimum and uniform stress distribution in the bearing. Another important aspect to this is the minimum dimensional spread, controlled by very small dimensional variations in roller diameter and the wall thickness of the rings.
This adds up to bearings that provide high operational reliability and are able to withstand the effects of extreme stresses such as misalignment, shocks and boundary lubrication conditions. Comparing SKF taper roller bearings with competitor bearings demonstrates their best-in-class performance.
High preload capabilityA high preload capability, coupled with the controlled and small spread of initial preload loss, is a specific feature of SKF bearings. It prevents early bearing failures, helps control the preload setting and contributes to low and controlled friction during running-in. Plus, it means that the bearing will have a high probability of achieving the targeted preload during operation. A significant source of early failures is the wrong preload setting. This capability gives SKF and its customers a lead in achieving high service life in operation. What can be done with SKF taper roller bearings will frequently cause early failures with bearings of other brands.
This is the solution needed to achieve very stiff bearing assemblies and is designated CL7C in the suffix. The high specification design requires virtually no running in and is able to form a hydrodynamic lubricant film in the roller end/flange right from the start, so that the friction torque is low. The CL7C execution is typically used to achieve high stiffness in the total bearing/gear assembly such as in pinion head and gear meshes; its outstanding high preload capability and low spread and tolerance allow this.
SKF Explorer taper roller bearingsA recent general trend is that customers are looking for longer operational lives and longer maintenance intervals, and there is the trend towards zero defects.
The SKF Explorer taper roller bearing provides long service life under even more demanding conditions. It may be that the choice of a higher performance bearing, while initially requiring a greater outlay, can be cost-effective over the long term, particularly when total cost efficiency is taken into account. Generally, higher performance products offer savings during assembly, through the total service life of the equipment and help to avoid early failures that can be costly. Also, higher quality bearings give more options when designing, affording the opportunity, for example, to downsize or increase the power density.
Sold as a single unit, two Edge Rollers may be connected by quick links for applications involving a variety of edges and angles. Two 3/16'' quick links are furnished with each Edge Roller. SOLD AS A SINGLE UNIT. One of the above photos shows 2 Edge Rollers connected by quick links, illustrating how they may be used over right angles such as the edge of a rock or building. 781b155fdc