Compact Garden Tractor
Harman is a compact mini-tractor designed for use in small fields, big gardens or vineyards. The design brings a new perspective to small tractors that despite their small size, are able to handle great works.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The vehicle was designed with 2 tracks that lead to 1 exit on the body, instead of certain number of wheels, which made the vehicle fast and small. These tracks absorb all the impact, the vehicle is exposed to with their specialized damper system thus enabling the driver to work with the utmost comfort.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
By the support of the track structure, the vehicle can be controlled with a joystick instead of a wheel. The working part of the vehicle was placed mostly at the back of the body.
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project maded for a school project in 2015 Istanbul, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University.
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Vehicle, Mobility and Transportation Design
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
This project now a concept form. But it is eligible for production. Production can be with standart transportation technologies. And material can be new or standart tractor parts and materials.
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
width 1684 mm x depth 2365 mm x height 1520 mm
Design, Tractor, Compact, Engineering, Transportation, Product, Tracked Vehicle, Construction, Farming, Industrial, Damper
When I design Harman, I research many tractor systems. Most important part of Harman was wheels form. I look other options, a lot of them used. I was looking new transportation forms. I decided use palette, tracked systems and combine with my damper idea.
The hardest part was, founding a uniqe and quick maneuverability for my vehicle. And when I found an idea it was actually so simple. It was palette. This tracked vehicle form most important part of Harman. Beacuse thanks this tracked form, now vehicle can turn quickly in little gardens or narrow roads.
TEAM MEMBERS (1) :
Sinan Anayurt, 2015.
Copyrights belong to Sinan Anayurt, 2015.