I bought an old roll baler with a hydralic tie.
The arm moves across the bale (either way as the operator directs) then cuts and flips back to the start position.
I don't do many bales so my skill level is low but i really don't know what the best method is to get a decent tie.
Don't tell me to read the manual...i've done that.
Sometimes the end of the string gets caught by the feed-in material and is tying before I realize it. How do I prevent this from happening?
Do you start your tie by moving the arm to the middle then move back to the right side then back across the middle and on the the left edge before cutting the string?
How many revolutions make a good solid tie?
I am hoping for some simple practical advice from someone with experience, and good skills.
I don't think the brand of baler is real important to this process...or is it?