Pictures of you project as you go? I presume you aren't trying to make it raise and lower the implement for turning? Or are you going to run an electric actuator on one of the SCV's?
I ordered a murphy solenoid. Will work perfectly - thanks again for even the part #!
Actually AgOpenGPS does that already, section control, autgo steer, auto headland.....
Three main topics right here in combine forum under Technology. AgOpenGPS, DIY Autosteer, AgraBot.
AgraBot follows a recorded path made by AgOpenGPS. AgOpenGPS has AB Line, Contour guidance with, since this is the John Deere page, ItecPro like full auto headland turns and can control relays for sequenced action. Since companies like JD will not publish CanBus codes, we need to still bypass switches etc, but hopefully we can start cracking some of their secrets.
All the plans, discussion, tutorials, videos, schematics, access to free and fully open source code on the entire project is there. Also there are topics are full RTK for ag for under 2K$.
Its all being developed by the community from all over the world and AgOpen also has 7 different languages now. Its just over a year old and the project started by me needing section control for our drill since we had an outback S2 RTK. It kinda got away on me and morphed into this monster.
Working right now on a autonomous grain cart module/autonomous tractor module.
There is also OpenGrade which is ditching software, and OpenOrchard which is specifically for orchard spraying - again all free. All the software runs on Window based computers. The hardware is built on Arduino, a small extremely powerful and very inexpensive small computer board.
Precision Ag will never be the same. You tube channel.
Best video there, in my opinion, is when my wife builds a 2 channel section control module in about 10 minutes.....
Source code and programs for everything.... https://github.com/farmerbriantee?tab=repositories
The latest AgraBot video. Just hit the button once, watch it drive to the start of the field, do the whole field, return and park where it started. Was finally warm enough to play around with the tractor, so i made a path all thru the yard, and then it just followed it all autonomously, parked back in front of the shed where i started.