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IDIGBEST reviews?

Discussion in 'Integrated Machine Control' started by Scott1996, Aug 11, 2020.

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  1. catalystgilles

    catalystgilles Member

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    When I talked with Sitech about a 2d system for our Kubota it was close to 15k. Up to 20 depending on options. 37k sounds like a base level 3d system.
     
  2. HighFlyerAK

    HighFlyerAK Well-Known Member

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    I should hear from her today, as she promised to go through item per item and the need for it. Being ready to go 3D was part of it, but I was also told that that price won‘t change too much initially.

    And I just got an email from the german sales rep in regards to the 3D iDig-System. I will be curious how it will price out and to what level it can support side-swing and tilt-rotator!

    Still no response from LEICA, so far..
     
  3. KSSS

    KSSS Senior Member

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    I PMed you the contact info for the regional Leica guy.
     
  4. steve waldner

    steve waldner Well-Known Member

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    Then the Idigbest is the system for u , very accurate fast , and for a little $ u add hyd assist , and it helps dig on grade a lot faster .
     
  5. fourwheel1

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    Do not bother with auto on I dig best,, it is far from auto... Auto on a dozer means blade stays on grade even in mid air,. This system does not work like that, operator still has to control boom weight which controls the grade. It will go below grade if not careful. It is very accurate and fast. Wires running to sensors are very thin and will break, do yourself a favor and build or source a better wire.