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NEW 910G & 1010G MODELS New for spring 2019, John Deere is excited to introduce the 910G and 1010G models, available in a six-wheeled or eight-wheeled configuration. Designed for early to late thinning operations and final felling applications, the compact dimensions of the 910G and 1010G machines deliver productivity and power, even in the most demanding conditions. Each machine can be customized for different worksites and operational needs by selecting from a variety of boom, load-space, axle and cabin options. Both models feature a shorter frame in front of the engine for less overhang, making operation easier in challenging terrain. Additionally, the 910G, perfect for thinning operations, is equipped with balanced bogie axles. Versatile and durable, the 1010G machine is offered with balanced, heavy-duty bogie axles, a low-ground pressure rear bogie axle option and boasts improved, terrain-friendly operation and performance in soft soil. Both models are available with a rigid front axle on the sixwheeled model and an unbalanced front bogie axle option.

Large windows provide virtually unrestricted all-around visibility offers a cab rotation of 290 degrees for a better view of the boom and grapple. Large windows provide virtually unrestricted allaround visibility, and comfortable ergonomic armrests, a fully adjustable air-cushioned seat and automated climate-control system help to reduce operator fatigue and increase productivity throughout the day. All G-Series models feature the TimberMatic™ control system, which includes a configurable user interface, cruise control and inclination display. MECA control modules, simple CAN busses and a streamlined electrical system improve the efficiency of machine functions. Additionally, the G-Series machines are

compatible with the TimberMatic Maps and TimberManager technology offerings, which provides a streamlined software solution that enhances machine connectivity and communication. An extension of the control system, the TimberMatic Maps solution utilizes a mobile network to share real-time product information between machines, such as harvester and forwarder, as well as with the managers in the office. This data can be accessed using the TimberManager webbased solution, which allows the managers to follow progress of the work site, offering total visibility to the operation from the land harvest to the machines at work.

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A shorter frame in front of the engine for less overhang, making operation easier in challenging terrain

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International Forest Industries Magazine June July 2019  

International Forest Industries Magazine is the worlds leading forestry magazine covering Logging Sawmilling & Biomass

International Forest Industries Magazine June July 2019  

International Forest Industries Magazine is the worlds leading forestry magazine covering Logging Sawmilling & Biomass