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Complete modified Jaguar 880 to SikuControl operated

with lights, driving, steering, flashinglights, worklights and movable mouth up and down and sidepieces up and down and backwards driving also an beeper. Most is operated with SikuControlparts but for the extra options an extra electrical print is used to steer extra servo and options

http://video.google.nl/videoplay?docid=-2761375019197361431&hl=nl

and

http://video.google.nl/videouploadfinished?docid=4680197284207802993&cid=36c266666dea85c2

Hoekwi-Control

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@ Fendt 936 Driver: I don't know what you mean by too fast, I can adjust the speed by moving the buttons more or less far so the movements can go slower.

@ powerstar: Yes there is a lot of time in making it. When you look at the norscot you have to take a lot of body away to place some servo's, further there is additional electronica in it. The moving of the mowingpart left and right was the hardest.

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Hi,

you can make the movement slower but I think its very difficult, because the way of the Siku Control Joystick is very small so you must handle it with a lot of care to make the movement slower. And I think in real life its impossible to move the pipe of the forager completly around in less then 1 second isnt really realistic.......

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Hi,

you can make the movement slower but I think its very difficult, because the way of the Siku Control Joystick is very small so you must handle it with a lot of care to make the movement slower. And I think in real life its impossible to move the pipe of the forager completly around in less then 1 second isnt really realistic.......

You make one then see if you can do it slower

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He, it isn't wrong if you give you meaning, but what isn't nice is the way you bring it. And also after my explaination that he can go slower you still keep saying that is isn't right and not realistic.

That is why you got an email from me and comment from Ricky I think.

I think that in the whole you will agree that it IS!! realy realistic!.

And Yes, Siku its control isn't as direct and tight as the makes you spoke about. I think that you work more with RC and other electric stuff. I never made something like this, I didn't even know how servo's work and have no education on electrical connections.

I have taken the cross-switch at the left apart and made 2 buttons of it to make a better adjustment on the mower in front.

I use aditional special extra strong RC servo's because this one is stronger to get the side pieces up.

So it isn't nessecarry to hold you comment (but try to think about how you write it, because on paper somethings will be read different than how you mean it :);):D;D.

rgds Hoekwi

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Hi Hoekwi,

i can understand you, but I didn't want to trouble you! I only said what I think about Siku Control........

I don't have knowledge with Rc components too but I keep reading some Rc magazins since some month and hope that I can finish my RC forgaer one day.

http://www.lmjb.de/123RC-Team/index.htm Check this link, that are 3 guys from Gemrnay. The build really nice Rc machinery with standrd RC components and that looks really good........

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