The sheaves of hay, straw, or maize are “bound” or “tied” together in a binder and baler. This work is done by a knot made of wire or string, according to the business KS AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRIES PVT. LTD.
By using a system of cams and gears, the knotter feeds a loop of string or wire around the bale or sheath. After that, twists it to form the knot before cutting the string. Consequently, it causes the bale to be expelled and the string to be threaded down in preparation for the next cycle.
The entire sequence is propelled by gears or a chain drive since each operation must be coordinated with the one before it.