Performance features of the 635D include taller belt cleats, wider belts, and a larger, 16-inch feed drum. You can even add an optional auxiliary top auger to keep bushy crops moving into the feederhouse.
All John Deere 600D Drapers include a double-cut knife which features a hydraulic tilt that is controlled from inside the cab. All 10.6-m (35-ft) and 12.1-m (40-ft) draper cutterbars also have knifeback reinforcement straps to strengthen the knifeback.
Double-cut cutterbar system
Double-cut rock guard
The 100-mm (4-in.) cutting action produces a cleaner cut versus the tearing effect of shorter-stroke cutting systems. Knife hold-downs are easily adjusted to help maintain harvesting performance.
The cutterbar hydraulic tilt adjusts a full 8 degrees while maintaining excellent visibility to the cutterbar throughout the tilt range. For improved ease of use the optional advanced hydro handle can be configured to control the platform tilt.
The 630D, 635D, and the 640D Draper models can be equipped with an integral, slow-speed transport system.
600D integral transport system
600D integral transport system pulled by tractor
Step 1-lock left-hand gauge wheels in place
Step 2-lock right-hand gauge and transport wheels
Step 3-position transport warning lights
Step 4-install transport tongue
In field mode, the dual wheels become the left- and right-hand gauge wheels. For transport, the left-hand dual-dolly wheels support one side of the draper frame and the right-hand dual wheels are repositioned to support the right-hand end of the frame.
The transport package includes warning lights, which can be plugged into a seven-way power source for road transport with a 32.2-km/h (20-mph) speed limit for farm equipment transport.
NOTE: The 630D, 635D, and the 640D Drapers are equipped with two 20.5 x 8.0 12-ply equivalent gauge wheel tires as base equipment and four 20.5 x 8.0 12-ply equivalent gauge wheels with the low-speed transport option.
John Deere Machine Sync adds unprecedented automation to combine harvesting. This automation, coupled with harvesting logistics information, has revolutionized the harvesting experience.
The adoption of on-the-go unloading during harvest continues to increase as combines spend more time with the unloading auger on while harvesting record-setting yields. By offering a new level of automation, John Deere Machine Sync minimizes operator stress and maximizes the benefits of on-the-go unloading.
John Deere Machine Sync facilitates on-the-go unloading by synchronizing tractor speed and direction of travel with the combine. This provides greater ease of operation with improved efficiency, resulting in higher productivity during harvest.
Productivity gains are credited to tractor/grain cart operator’s ability to be in the right place at the right time with in-field logistics information.
The automation and logistics information provided by Machine Sync is made possible with the John Deere Machine Communication Radio.
The John Deere Machine Communication Radio creates a network between the fleet of tractors and combines, allowing automation between the combine and tractor. The network can be any combination of tractors and combines up to 10 machines. The GreenStar™ 3 2630 Display shows in field logistics including grain tank fill status, direction of travel, and location for each combine and tractor in the networked fleet.
NOTE: Machine Sync is unavailable on the Generation 4 CommandCenter™ until after the version 18-1 software release.
John Deere Machine Sync is designed to:
Cutterbar epicyclical gearcase
Knife drive shaft
The unique dual-knife-drive system is timed, creating the smoothest-possible reciprocating knife-drive system currently in the industry. The positive, reliable shaft-driven dual epicyclical in-line knife drives with built-in driveline protection provide operators with the strongest knife-drive system.
Reel resume and reverse are features on the 600D Drapers. The combine operator can store two different reel positions with one setting for normal conditions and another for down, tangled, short, leaning crops.
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635D Draper Platform
|Type||Straight line knife drive system|
|Length||10.8 m 35.5 ft|
|Knife drive||Dual knife base|
|Knife speed||490 cycles/min|
|Cutterbar tilt||Base hydraulic, 9 degrees tilt maximum|
|Number of slats||6 bat poly base|
|Diameter||1,067 mm 42 in.|
|Reel lift||Cylinder stroke 330 mm 13 in. Total range 391.5 mm 15.4 in.|
|Reel fore and aft||Cylinder stroke 359 mm 14.1 in. Total range 620 mm 24.4 in.|
|Operating speeds||6-54 rpm|
|Width||Side belts 1,016 mm 40 in. Center belts 1,397 mm 55 in. Center belt not included with SPW configuration|
|Clean height||Cleats 25.4 mm 1 in.|
|Operating speed||Side belts; variable up to 223 m/min 735 fpm Center belts 212 m/min 695 fpm Center belt not included with SPW configuration|
|Speed control||Hydraulic from cab|
|Center belt reverse||Base; Center belt not included with SPW configuration|
|Diameter||406 mm 16 in. Feed drum not included with SPW configuration|
|Feed drum fingers||Heavy-duty round 16 mm (0.625 in) diameter with breakaway notch and retainer|
|Number of fingers||18|
|Auger finger platform||Dual chevron, retracting|
|Finger reach||152 mm 6 in.|
|Operating speed||195 rpm|
|Center clean out door||Base|
|Header height sensing on the ground||Base|
|Header height sensing off the ground||Base|
|Type||Optional, hydraulic drive|
|Platform length||11.6 m 37.9 ft|
|Overall operating depth||2.5 m 8.2 ft|
|Transport width, field position||11.4 m 37.5 ft|
|Transport width on wheel, less dividers||2.7 m 8.9 ft|
|Transport length, hitch extended||13.8 m 45.4 ft|
|Approximate weight (pickup reel)||Combine only 3,514 kg 7,746 lb SPW only 2,914 kg 6,423 lb|
|Approximate weight (with transport)||Combine only 3,690 kg 8,136 lb SPW only 3,091 kg 6,813 lb|
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