In the world of Logger equipment, one might well have thought that there is little chance for improvement with older forestry swing machines, but with new technology, the manufacturers have listened to their customers and introduced many new features, as well as cleverly altered the mechanisms so that these old machines are easily adaptable to modern day loggers. If you are a current or even a past time user of loggers, you will no doubt agree that they can get a little sluggish from time to time. This is when a good logging machine should be brought out of retirement and made ready for use once again. In this article we take a look at some of the latest innovations in terms of new machinery for the forestry industry:
Has been responsible for bringing out a new generation of logging machines, which have the potential to bring a real boost to the power levels of your machinery. The company’s new generation of forestry swing machines combine the best elements of contemporary design with traditional mechanics, making them incredibly user friendly and extremely efficient. The company has also designed its machines in such a way that they require next to zero electricity, allowing you to run them purely on power. In short, you can use these machines without having to worry about the impact on your power bill!
The company’s most recent innovation is its ‘motion control’ technology, which enables you to control your forestry swing machine in very much the same way that you would control a top of the line mobility vehicle. With this technology, you can swing your machine around a field and see exactly how it is impacting the ground, allowing you to make fine adjustments to the speed and direction of the logging operations that you need. These John Deere forestry swing machines come standard with a wide range of powerful motors, in order to power your machines to the highest standards possible. As the name would suggest, they are also available in a range of different types and sizes, catering for the needs of both newbie and experienced forestry workers alike.