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New Holland CR 9070 Elevation
It is a remote-controlled combine from New Holland. for german people: Bodo-Hogrefe.de.tl
About this creation
New Holland CR 9070 Elevation is built in a scale of 1:20, and weighs more than 3 kilograms. It is fully remote controlled and has a cutting unit in the size of 9.61 meters. The combine harvester has 9 motors, 3 recipientemail, 1 battery box and 2x2 Led lights. The remote-controlled funktions: cutting unit up/down, hitch up/down, drawdown retract/deploy, grain tank retract/deploy, drive, steering, grain decoiler on/off, condenser on/off.
Mechanical features: trn ladder, ladder rear up/down, side walls open/close, steering wheel turn away, Battery box holder open/close.


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Comments

 I made it 
  September 3, 2012
Quoting Russ Strong Impressive! As one having participated to heavy extent in design of the New Holland CRs, both in the US and Belgium, as both engineer on its rotary systems, and later doing the styling from outside of New Holland, I must commend you on the execution of the overall machine representation, scale and features. All my best to you in your continued career in the agricultural mechanics field.
thanks for the comment. evaluated by an Engineering from NEW HOLLAND to be means a lot to me. :)
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  August 23, 2012
Impressive! As one having participated to heavy extent in design of the New Holland CRs, both in the US and Belgium, as both engineer on its rotary systems, and later doing the styling from outside of New Holland, I must commend you on the execution of the overall machine representation, scale and features. All my best to you in your continued career in the agricultural mechanics field.
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  December 22, 2011
Truly impressive!
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  July 9, 2010
That is the most impressive piece of farm machinery I've ever seen. Nicely done.
 I made it 
  July 9, 2010
thanks for all comments and ideas
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  July 9, 2010
that was a great creation wery well done...
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  June 26, 2010
I am blowen away !!!! This is sooooo cool!! I wish Lego would make this a set!
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  January 28, 2010
looking great! the new holland factory isn't that far from here, i've been there on a tour once (i know one of their designers) and i must say this model looks a lot like the real thing, very realistic! now make one that can handle harvesting hills, those things are like robots!
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  January 28, 2010
Hi Bodo, A very cool technical machine! With many funktions & details. Suggestion: would it be possible to add some photo's of a real CR9070?
 I made it 
  January 13, 2010
Quoting Fyre Dog Wow, I love this! How long did it take to build? How many components, such as motors, batteries, switches and linear actuators? I love the complete hands off remote action!
I have built a quarter of a year on it, but only one or two hours per day. There are 12 batteries, 9 engines and 2 switches. Altogether there are about 3500 parts. With one of the 9 engines, you can switch the other engines again for other functions. Thanks for the comments.
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  January 12, 2010
Wow, I love this! How long did it take to build? How many components, such as motors, batteries, switches and linear actuators? I love the complete hands off remote action!
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  January 12, 2010
Can't belive nobody has commented this yet. Look at all the functions you got in there. Great work you did there
 
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