The Combine Harvester
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This is the Third in our New Series of Next Generation, High-Quality, Premium 3D Model Patterns for CNC Routers,  Lasers and Scroll Saws, Completely Original and Exclusive to MakeCNC and created with
lots of Flair and Imagination! 
 
This Pattern comes with a multi-page color assembly guide using photographic quality
rendering and assembly images
This Pattern also uses two different scale sizes so you will need to use two thicknesses of wood and each Road Working Machine comes with a Number Coded DXF to assist with assembly and works in conjunction with your color assembly guide. The scales for Imperial for each DXF are 1-8" & 1-4" and 1-4" & 1-2" and the Metric scales for each DXF are 3 & 6mm and 6 & 12mm. Please read and follow your assembly guide carefully. 

 
The Combine Harvester is Scaled to work in conjunction with the Mack Agricultural Truck.
 
This Pattern also uses two thicknesses of wood and comes in Laser Version and Router Version.
The Laser and Router Versions both have 2 Imperial and 2 Metric DXF's that come in 2 scales each.
The scales for Imperial are 1-8" & 1-4" and 1-4" & 1-2" and the Metric are 3 & 6mm and 6 & 12mm.
Your Combine Harvester Pattern also comes with a Number Coded DXF to assist with assembly and works in conjunction with your
color assembly guide. It also comes with a JPG Image that is sized at 500 X 354.
You may need to use glue for your project for better stability of the 3D Model.
 
The Combine Harvester
 
The combine harvester, or simply combine, is a machine that harvests grain crops. The name derives from its combining three separate operations comprising harvesting—reaping, threshing, and winnowing—into a single process. Among the crops harvested with a combine are wheat, oats, rye, barley, corn, soybeans and flax (or linseed). The waste straw left behind on the field is the remaining dried stems and leaves of the crop with limited nutrients which is either chopped and spread on the field or baled for feed and bedding for livestock.
Combine harvesters are one of the most economically important labor saving inventions, enabling a small fraction of the population to be engaged in agriculture.
The combine was invented in the United States by Hiram Moore in 1834, and early versions were pulled by horse or mule teams. In 1835, Moore built a full-scale version and by 1839, over 50 acres of crops were harvested. By 1860, combine harvesters with a cutting width of several metres were used on American farms. In 1882, the Australian Hugh Victor McKay had a similar idea and developed the first commercial combine harvester in 1885, the Sunshine Harvester.
Combines, some of them quite large, were drawn by mule or horse teams and used a bullwheel to provide power. Later, steam power was used, and George Stockton Berry integrated the combine with a steam engine using straw to heat the boiler.Tractor-drawn, PTO-powered combines were then used for a time. These combines used a shaker to separate the grain from the chaff and straw-walkers, grates with small teeth on an eccentric shaft, to eject the straw while retaining the grain. Tractor-drawn combines evolved to have separate gasoline or diesel engines to power the grain separation.
This is an extraordinary machine you definitely want to add to your collection today!
 
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This Combine Harvester Pattern and its instruction guide, its design and assembly methods are all Copyright makeCNC.
If you purchase this pattern and would like to reproduce it you may only reproduce up to 50 real products from this individual pattern.
If you would like to reproduce more than 50 then you would need to purchase another Combine Harvester Pattern at $8.95 again.
You could then produce another 50 real products. You would have to purchase a new pattern for every 50 you would like to produce.
Otherwise, if you wish to mass produce this product please contact us at makeCNC to negotiate a commercial license.
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