Joe sorry to highjack this thread but I was wondering how to do this exact same thing with or 1000. how do you setup the inside boundary ? we would like this for our canola so we are not pack the **** out of the headlands.
I suppose it's not far off topic as the sectional on the drill would be similar.
On the FMX it really works awesome once you are on to it. In the best case you want to be on RTK corrections to set up a permanent boundary but will work even on WASS just a little different.
So on RTK we have mapped all out all our fields boundary's with the display mounted on a four wheeler as a rover.
This is a great time to straighten lines negotiate with neighbors as to where the lines are and where they should be as some seem to drift a lot.
To begin you select headland as your pattern. #headlands as 1 if your scouting. Boundaries enabled. And infill boundary as inner.
I make an "scout implement" just as wide as the four wheeler and then begin the pass around the headland. Drive a nice smooth corner and pause the record to make a straight line along the sides and also pick your infil A-B as you make the round. Once your back to where you started close the headland and you are done.
Now when ever you open that field you select that headland and no matter what implement you have your rounds are spaced right, and your infill matches to the side you placed it. Also you will now see an inside boundary on the inside of your headland depending on how many headland rounds you select. 2 always does us.
Now that inside line is what you use to lower and lift the drill as you watch your position cursor on the screen come up to the line. Lay down some inside round and watch where you need to be on the screen as it crosses the line
Now you don't need to use a scout first, you can do this on a real first round with the implement in the ground. Make nice corners and pause recording between corners to make straigh lines between.
Then you would have to choose 3 headlands to give you 2 to turn in.
As I said before you can do this in WASS as well but it has to be in real time and there is always a chance of some shift. Record your headland as you show to the field and if you work it quick your inside boundary should be close but would be an exercise in madness to expect it not to shift a little.
Well hopefully that's clear and give it a shot, if its not working PM me and I'll try and straighten it out.
Now no matter what monkey I send to the field the perfect headlands are already there, it auto steer's the outside round (I think you have to have navII's) and the monkey also know's he's in the right field as the boundary's are there and it won't even let you apply outside them.