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JP5827264B2
JP5827264B2 JP2013084910A JP2013084910A JP5827264B2 JP 5827264 B2 JP5827264 B2 JP 5827264B2 JP 2013084910 A JP2013084910 A JP 2013084910A JP 2013084910 A JP2013084910 A JP 2013084910A JP 5827264 B2 JP5827264 B2 JP 5827264B2
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  The present invention relates to a structure of a combine cabin and operation unit.

  Conventionally, as shown in Patent Document 1, a roof part that covers the upper part of the driving part, a plurality of pillars that support the roof part, and supported between a pair of left and right pillars on the forefront side among the pillars, There was a combine provided with a cabin having a windshield covering the front of the driving part. In this combine, the windshield reaches from the roof to the cabin floor. As a result, the outside front lower part can be visually recognized through the lower end part of a windshield, and the operativity and workability | operativity of a combine are improved.

Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2008-36 (paragraph “0016”, paragraph “0085”, FIGS. 2, 9, 12, and 14)

  However, the combine according to this technique is operated by a steering wheel, and the steering wheel is provided at the upper end portion of the front column disposed at the front position of the driver seat (FIGS. 9 and 12 of Patent Document 1). reference). Also, an instrument panel is usually provided at the upper end of the front column. Therefore, when the driver checks the field of view on the outside front and lower side during driving, for example, the driving state of the cutting part and the cutting trace, the cutting part and a part of the cutting mark are blocked by the front column, the steering wheel, and the instrument panel. It becomes a blind spot. In order for the driver to check this blind spot, it is necessary to move his / her body forward / backward / left / right, or at least move his / her neck. Thus, there is a possibility that the visibility of the front front lower side from the driver seat is lowered.

  In view of the above circumstances, an object of the present invention is to provide a combine with good visibility from the driver's seat on the outside front and lower side.

The feature of the present invention is that
A driver's seat, a steering operation unit having a steering lever, and a driving unit having an instrument panel;
A roof portion covering the upper portion of the driving portion, a plurality of columns supporting the roof portion, and a cabin having a windshield covering the front of the driving portion;
A cutting portion disposed on the lower front side of the cabin body,
In the driving section, the steering operation section is disposed on one side in the left-right direction of the body, and the instrument panel is disposed on the other side in the left-right direction of the body,
The windshield is supported between a pair of left and right columns on the forefront side of the body among the columns, and reaches from the upper part of the driving unit to the lower side of the seat surface of the driver seat,
Between the windshield and the front end of the driver's seat, and between the end on the instrument panel side of the steering operation section and the end on the steering operation section side of the instrument panel, A space is formed so that there are no obstacles that obstruct the driver's front view of the driver seated in the driver's seat ,
A side panel is provided on the other side of the driving unit,
The instrument panel is supported by a side frame that supports the side panel .
The feature of the present invention is that
A driver's seat, a steering operation unit having a steering lever, and a driving unit having an instrument panel;
A roof portion covering the upper portion of the driving portion, a plurality of columns supporting the roof portion, and a cabin having a windshield covering the front of the driving portion;
A cutting portion disposed on the lower front side of the cabin body,
In the driving section, the steering operation section is disposed on one side in the left-right direction of the body, and the instrument panel is disposed on the other side in the left-right direction of the body,
The windshield is supported between a pair of left and right columns on the forefront side of the body among the columns, and reaches from the upper part of the driving unit to the lower side of the seat surface of the driver seat,
Between the windshield and the front end of the driver's seat, and between the end on the instrument panel side of the steering operation section and the end on the steering operation section side of the instrument panel, A space is formed so that there are no obstacles that obstruct the driver's front view of the driver seated in the driver's seat,
The instrument panel may also be disposed between the windshield and a rear end portion of the second column on the other side of the pair of left and right columns in the longitudinal direction of the machine body.

In the present invention, it is preferable that the steering operation section is supported by the first strut on one side of the pair of left and right struts.
In the present invention, it is preferable that the steering operation unit is supported in a cantilever manner on the first support column.
In the present invention, the windshield reaches a lower side than a lower end portion of the steering operation portion, and the operation is performed between the lower end portion of the steering operation portion and the floor portion of the operation portion. It is preferable that the space is formed so that the driver sitting on the seat can see through the windshield obliquely below the one side.
In the present invention, the steering operation unit is provided with a support bracket that is supported in a cantilevered manner on the first support column on the one side, and the arrangement height of the support bracket is such that the lower end of the support bracket is It is preferable that it is set so as to be located above the lower end of the seating surface.
In the present invention, the steering operation portion is provided with a support bracket that is supported in a cantilevered manner on the one side support column, and the support bracket is arranged in the front-and-rear direction of the fuselage, and the pair of right and left It is preferable that it is disposed between the rear end portion of the first strut on the one side of the struts .
In the present invention, the instrument panel is supported by the upper part of the side frame at the front part of the side panel, and the one side part of the instrument panel is more than the one side part of the side frame. It is preferable that the projection protrudes toward the one side.
In the present invention, the windshield has reached a lower side than the lower end of the steering operation unit, the lower end of the portion of the instrument panel that protrudes to the one side from the side frame, It is preferable that a space is formed between the driver and the floor of the driver so that the driver sitting on the driver's seat can see the diagonally lower side of the other side through the windshield.
In this invention, when the arrangement | positioning height of the said instrument panel is set so that the lower end part of the said instrument panel may be located above the lower end part of the said seat surface, it is suitable .

  In the present invention, it is preferable that the windshield is disposed in a forward inclined posture in which the upper part is positioned on the front side of the aircraft from the lower part.

  As in this configuration, when the windshield is disposed in a forward leaning posture, even if it is the same floor area, compared with the case where the windshield is upright, a space spreads in the front part of the driving part, Cabin comfort is improved. Further, it is possible to arrange a steering operation section and an instrument panel in this space, and the expanded space can be used effectively.

  In the present invention, it is preferable that the windshield reaches the floor of the operation unit.

  When the windshield reaches the floor of the driver as in this configuration, the driver can visually recognize the side closer to the outside front lower cabin through the windshield.

These are the right view of the combine which concerns on this invention. These are the left view of the combine which concerns on this invention. These are top views of the combine which concerns on this invention. These are the right view of a driving | running part and a cabin. These are front views of a driving part and a cabin. These are the left view of a driving | running part and a cabin. FIG. 3 is a rear view of an operation unit and a cabin. These are the cross-sectional top views of an operation part and a cabin. [Fig. 9] Fig. 9 is a longitudinal side view of the operating section and the cabin in the IX-IX direction in Fig. 8. [Fig. 9] Fig. 9 is a longitudinal side view of the operating unit and the cabin in the XX direction in Fig. 8. [Fig. 9] is a longitudinal front view of the operating section and the cabin in the XI-XI direction in Fig. 8.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of a combine to which the present invention is applied will be described with reference to the drawings.

〔overall structure〕
The combine according to the present invention is an ordinary combine that harvests rice, wheat and the like. As shown in FIG. 1 to FIG. 3, the combine is a traveling machine body 1, a pair of crawler-type left and right traveling devices 2 that support the traveling machine body 1, a mowing unit 8, and a feeder 7 for conveying a harvested culm, A threshing device 3 disposed on the left side of the traveling machine body 1, a threshing device 3 disposed on the right side of the traveling machine body 1 in parallel with the threshing device 3, a grain tank 4, a driving unit 5 in front of the grain tank 4, and a driving And a cabin 6 that covers the portion 5.

  As shown in FIGS. 6, 9, and 10, an engine 12, an engine cooling radiator 13, and the like are disposed in an engine room 11 that extends from directly below the driver seat 51 to the rear lower part in the lower part of the driver 5. . The radiator 13 is provided on the right outer side with respect to the engine 12. The radiator 13 takes in air from the right side of the engine room 11 and exhausts it to the left side of the engine room 11. A dust-proof cover 14 is disposed on the right outside of the engine room 11 to prevent the radiator 13 from inhaling dust and the like during intake. As shown in FIGS. 1 and 7, the dust cover 14 is supported by the cabin 6 so as to be openable and closable around the longitudinal axis X1 at the rear end.

  The feeder 7 is connected to the front part of the threshing device 3 so as to be swingable up and down around the fulcrum X. The mowing unit 8 is connected to the front end of the feeder 7. A hydraulic cylinder 9 is installed between the traveling machine body 1 and the lower part of the feeder 7. By the expansion / contraction operation of the hydraulic cylinder 9, the cutting unit 8 and the feeder 7 are swung up and down integrally.

  A scraping reel 82 that scrapes the planted cereals backward is provided on the upper front side of the mowing unit 8. Further, the cutting unit 8 includes a clipper-type cutting device 83 and an auger 84 that extend over the weed frames 81 at both left and right ends. The planted culm is cut by the cutting device 83, and the harvested culm is laterally fed by the auger 84 to the center side of the cutting width. The harvested cereal grains laterally fed by the auger 84 are scraped into the rear feeder 7 by the scraping fingers 85. The feeder 7 is provided with a chain-type scraping conveyor 7a, and the harvested cereal rice cake is scraped and conveyed along the bottom surface of the feeder 7 by the scraping conveyor 7a, and is fed to the front end of the threshing device 3. It is thrown.

[Operation section]
As shown in FIGS. 8 to 11, the driving unit 5 includes a frame 50, a driving seat 51, a floor 52, a steering operation unit 53, an instrument panel 54, and a side panel 55. The frame 50 includes a base frame 50a, a seat support frame 50b, and a side frame 50c. The driver seat 51 is supported by the seat support frame 50b so that it can slide back and forth. The driver seat 51 includes a seat surface 51a, a seat back 51b, and an armrest 51c. The armrest 51c is disposed on the right side of the seating surface 51a and the seat back. The floor 52 is supported by the base frame 50a. The steering operation unit 53 is supported by a first support 62 a described later at the right front portion of the driving unit 5. The instrument panel 54 and the side panel 55 are supported by the side frame 50 c on the left side of the operation unit 5. In addition to the instrument panel 54, the side panel 55 includes, for example, various operation buttons, a shift lever 56 for a hydrostatic continuously variable transmission for traveling, and the like. The height of the side panel 55 is set to be higher than the seat surface 51a and lower than the armrest 51c, so that the driver who is seated can easily operate the shift lever 56 and the like.

[Steering operation part]
As shown in FIGS. 5, 8, and 9, the steering operation section 53 includes a steering lever 53a, an armrest 53b, a lever support section 53c, and a support bracket 53d. The support bracket 53d is a wide side-view L-shaped member, and the other side is fixed to the first support column 62a with bolts or the like or by welding so that one side of the support bracket 53d is cantilevered horizontally. In order to secure the strength of the portion of the first support column 62a to which the support bracket 53d is attached, it may be partially reinforced with a steel plate or the like.

  As shown in FIGS. 8 and 9, the lever support portion 53c is fixed to the upper surface on one side of the support bracket 53d. The armrest 53b is fixed to the lever support portion 53c. In order to prevent the left side of the lever support portion 53c from entering the front of the driver seat 51 as much as possible in the left-right direction of the vehicle body, the steering operation unit 53 is disposed compactly in the left-right direction of the vehicle body 5 at the right front portion of the driver unit 5. Further, the steering operation portion 53 is located on the lateral side of the first column 62a and on the front side of the first column 62a so as not to hinder the driver from entering and exiting the cabin 6 through the door 66.

  The steering lever 53a is supported on the lever support portion 53c so as to be able to swing in the cross direction. A position sensor (not shown) that detects the operation position of the steering lever 53a in the cross direction is provided inside the lever support portion 53c. When the steering lever 53a is swung forward, the feeder 7 and the cutting unit 8 are moved down at a speed corresponding to the operation position of the steering lever 53a based on the detected value of the position sensor. Similarly, when the steering lever 53a is swung backward, the feeder 7 and the cutting unit 8 are raised at a speed corresponding to the operation position of the steering lever 53a. The greater the amount of swing operation from the neutral position, the faster the descending speed or ascending speed. When the swinging operation of the steering lever 53a is stopped and held at the neutral position, the feeder 7 and the cutting unit 8 stop at that position. Although not shown, the steering lever 53a is provided with an inclination angle adjustment switch for changing the posture of the traveling machine body 1 and the like.

  Thus, the steering lever 53a does not require a mechanical link. With respect to the steering operation unit 53, a harness (not shown) rising from the floor 52 is only connected to the position sensor. Although not shown, the harness is placed along the first support 62a and the decorative cover is put on the harness. The harness may be charged inside the first support 62a. As described above, there is no obstacle below the steering operation unit 53 when the driver confirms the lower right front lower part, and the driver's feet are not cramped.

  Since the steering lever 53a is operated as described above, it is not necessary to dispose the steering operation portion 53 in front of the driver seat 51, and to the right front of the driver seat 51, that is, in the right front portion of the driver portion 5. It can be arranged. The steering lever 53a is located slightly outward from the extension line of the armrest 51c, and the armrest 53b is provided between the steering lever 53a and the armrest 51c. You can drive in.

[Instrument panel]
As shown in FIGS. 8, 10, and 11, the instrument panel 54 is provided in the side frame 50c. The side frame 50c reaches the front windshield 63, and the instrument panel 54 is disposed on the upper surface near the front end of the side frame 50c.

  The instrument panel 54 includes, for example, a traveling speed meter, a fuel meter, an engine tachometer, and the like arranged side by side, and a resin case for housing them. As shown in FIG. 8, in the left-right direction of the fuselage, the instrument panel 54 is compactly arranged in the left-right direction of the fuselage so that the right side of the instrument panel 54 does not enter the front of the driver seat 51 as much as possible. Are arranged.

  As a result, a space having a width approximately the same as the left and right width of the driver seat 51 is formed between the right end of the instrument panel 54 and the left end of the steering operation portion 53, and the front of the driver sitting on the driver seat 51 Lower visibility is improved.

〔cabin〕
The cabin 6 covers the upper side and the four sides of the operation unit 5. As shown in FIGS. 8 to 11, the cabin 6 is erected from the roof portion 61, the frame 50, four support columns 62 that support the roof portion 61, a windshield 63, a right side glass 64, and a left side. A side glass 65, an entrance door 66, a side window 67, a right rear glass 68, and a rear window 69 are provided. As shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, four headlamps 70 that illuminate the front of the cutting unit 8 and the front of the cutting unit 8 are attached to the front surface of the roof unit 61. A side mirror 71 is fixed to the right side surface of the roof 61.

  Of the four struts 62, the right strut 62 at the forefront of the body is a first strut 62a, and the left strut 62 at the forefront of the body is a second strut 62b. The first support column 62a and the second support column 62b correspond to "a pair of left and right support columns" according to the present invention. You may increase the number of the support | pillars 62 as needed. The first support column 62a and the second support column 62b are fixed at the lower part to the base frame 50a and fixed at the upper part to the roof part 61, and support the roof part 61 from below. Among the four columns 62, the other two columns 62 are fixed at the lower part to the seat support frame 50b, fixed at the upper part to the roof part 61, and support the roof part 61 from below.

  As shown in FIGS. 4, 9 and 11, the right side glass 64 has a shape extending in an inverted triangle shape from the first support 62a to the front side of the machine body, and has a floor 52, a first support 62a, and a roof. 61 is supported. Specifically, the lower end of the right side glass 64 is bonded to the flat bar 52a raised from the floor 52 along the outside. The upper end of the right side glass 64 is adhered to the flat bar 61a that is lowered from the roof portion 61 along the outside. The rear end of the right side glass 64 is adhered from the outside along the door seal member 66a joined to the right outer side surface of the first support column 62a so that the right side glass 64 and the door 66 for entry / exit are substantially flush with each other. .

  As shown in FIGS. 6, 10, and 11, the left side glass 65 has a shape extending in a trapezoidal shape from the second support 62 b on the left side in front of the machine body to the front side of the machine body. The trapezoidal shape of the left side glass 65 has an upper side longer than a lower side. The foremost end surface of the left side glass 65 is in the same position as the foremost end surface of the right side glass 64 in the longitudinal direction of the body. The left side glass 65 is supported by the side frame 50 c, the second support 62 b, and the roof portion 61. The lower end of the left side glass 65 is adhered to the flat bar 52a along the outside. The upper end of the left side glass 65 is adhered to the flat bar 61a along the outside. The rear end of the left side glass 65 is bonded along the window frame 67a joined to the back surface of the second support column 62b so that the left side glass 65 and the side window 67 are substantially flush with each other. .

  As shown in FIGS. 4 to 11, the front glass 63 has its left and right ends butted against the right side glass 64 and the left side glass 65, supports the lower end to the floor portion 52, and supports the upper end to the roof portion 61. . The lower end of the windshield 63 is bonded to the flat bar 52a from the outside. The upper end of the windshield 63 is bonded to the flat bar 61a along the outside. The lower left side of the windshield 63 is bonded to the side frame 50c along the outside. The abutting portion between the right side glass 64 and the front glass 63 and the abutting portion between the left side glass 65 and the front glass 63 are subjected to sealing processing. The windshield 63 has a so-called forward leaning posture in which the upper part is positioned in front of the aircraft rather than the lower part. The windshield 63 is supported between a pair of left and right columns 62 on the forefront side of the body of the column 62 and covers the front of the driving unit 5.

  By supporting the front glass 63, the right side glass 64, and the left side glass 65 in this manner, the four columns 62, the front glass 63, the right side glass 64, the left side glass 65, the door 66, and the side window 67 are structured. Therefore, the rigidity of the cabin 6 in the front-rear and left-right directions is increased.

  As shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, a wiper 72 is disposed on the upper portion of the outer surface of the windshield 63. A handle 73 for getting on and off is disposed on the outer surface of the right side glass 64 along the first support column 62a. The upper end of the handle 73 is supported on the right side surface of the roof portion 61, and the lower end of the handle 73 is supported on the right side glass 64. The handle 73 has a length from the roof portion 61 to the vicinity of the floor portion 52.

  In the present embodiment, the windshield 63, the right side glass 64, and the left side glass 65 are separate members, but may be integrally formed.

  As shown in FIGS. 4, 8, and 9, the access door 66 is attached between the first column 62 a and the column 62 on the right side behind the machine body. The entrance door 66 is an open glass door that can be opened and closed with a support 62 on the right side after the aircraft as a fulcrum, and has a height from the floor 52 to the roof 61. The first strut 62a is arranged on the front side of the fuselage with respect to the front end of the driver seat 51 so that the driver does not interfere with the entrance / exit from the entrance / exit door 66, and the right prop 62 on the rear side of the fuselage is provided on the driver seat 51. It is arranged near the rear end. As described above, the support column 62 also serves as a member for attaching the door 66.

  As shown in FIGS. 6, 8, and 10, the side window 67 has a lower end supported by the side frame 50 c, an upper end supported by the roof portion 61, a front end supported by the window frame 67 a, and a rear end left behind the aircraft. The support 62 is supported. The side window 67 is a sliding glass window that opens and closes by sliding in the front-rear direction, and has a height from the side panel 55 to the roof portion 61. The horizontal window 67 may be, for example, a raising / lowering window that is opened / closed by sliding in the vertical direction. Thus, the support column 62 also serves as a member for mounting the side window 67.

  As shown in FIGS. 4 and 7 to 11, the right rear glass 68 and the rear window 69 are attached between the right rear column 62 and the rear left column 62. The right rear glass 68 has a circular arc shape extending from the right side surface of the cabin 6 to the back surface in a plan view. The rear window 69 is a protruding glass window having the roof portion 61 as a fulcrum. The lower end of the rear window 69 is located below the vicinity of the upper end of the driver seat 51, and it is easy to confirm the rear. The rear window 69 may be, for example, a raising / lowering window.

  By configuring the driving unit 5 and the cabin 6 in this manner, there is no obstacle to the front view and the front lower view between the front of the driver seat 51 and the windshield 63. For this reason, the driver can visually confirm the front front and lower sides of the cabin 6 such as the driving state of the cutting unit 8 and the cutting traces to the vicinity of the cabin 6 without blind spots. That is, the visibility from the driving unit 5 is improved. In addition, since it is possible to sufficiently confirm the external front and lower side only by moving the line of sight, there is no need to move the body wastefully and the burden on the driver is small.

  In addition, since the cabin 6 is made of glass on almost all sides except for a part such as the door 66 for entrance / exit and the side window 67 and the column 62, the driver can easily check the four sides. Further, each glass or window bears a part of the load of the roof portion 61 and also plays a role of preventing deformation of the cabin 6 in the front-rear and left-right directions. That is, it is possible to reduce the load applied to the support 62 while ensuring the overall strength of the cabin 6. Therefore, the member of the support | pillar 62 can be made small and the cabin 6 can be reduced in weight.

[Swivel of cabin and operation section]
During normal times including during driving, the driving unit 5 and the cabin 6 are fixed in position in a posture along the front-rear direction of the body as indicated by the solid line in FIG. Specifically, as shown in FIG. 5 to FIG. 7, the operation unit 5 and the cabin 6 are supported from below by a cradle 1 b erected on the main frame 1 a of the traveling machine body 1, and the mounting provided on the cradle 1 b. The base frame 50a is fixed to the flange 1c with bolts.

  As shown in FIGS. 3 and 6 to 8, the left rear portion of the cabin 6 is pivotally supported by a rotary shaft 10 erected from the main frame 1 a, and the operation unit 5 and the cabin 6 have the rotary shaft 10 as a vertical axis. The core can be opened to the traveling machine body 1 by turning. If the position of the cabin 6 is released, as shown by a dotted line in FIG. 3, the cabin 6 and the operation unit 5 can be opened to the right side outward with respect to the traveling machine body 1 with the rotary shaft 10 as the vertical axis. At this time, the dust cover 14 moves following the operating unit 5 and the cabin 6, and the right outside of the engine room 11 is also opened. As described above, the engine room 11 can be easily opened largely by the integral rotation of the cabin 6 and the operating unit 5, so that the maintenance workability of the engine 12 and the like is improved.

  However, when the cabin 6 and the operation unit 5 are opened, it is necessary to previously open the grain tank 4 behind the cabin 6 in a laterally outward manner and to lower the cutting unit 8 in advance.

  As described above, since the front right side of the cabin 6 is vitrified to the floor 52 by the windshield 63, the right side glass 64, and the door 66 for entry / exit, when the cabin 6 and the operation unit 5 are rotated, the operation unit The operator on the ground can easily see the other side of the cabin 6 when going around the combine after opening the lower part of the combine 5.

[Another embodiment]
(1) In the embodiment described above, the windshield 63 and the right side glass 64 reach the floor 52, but are not limited thereto. Specifically, for example, if the lower end of the windshield 63 reaches below the seat surface 51a of the driver seat 51, the windshield 63 reaches only near the waist of the driver on which the windshield 63 is seated. In comparison, the driver can drop his / her line of sight to the side sufficiently close to the cabin 6 in the external front / lower visual field.

(2) In the above embodiment, the steering operation unit 53 is disposed on the right side of the operation unit 5 and the instrument panel 54 is disposed on the left side of the operation unit 5. However, the steering operation unit 53 and the instrument panel 54 are The arrangement may be reversed. In this case, the steering operation portion 53 (lever support portion 53c) is fixed to the upper surface side of the side frame 50c without using the support bracket 53d, and the instrument panel 54 is fixed to the first support column 62a through a support bracket (not shown). May be.

(3) In the above-described embodiment, the example in which the driving unit 5 is arranged on the right side of the aircraft is shown. However, the same applies to a combine in which the driving unit 5 is arranged on the left side of the aircraft and a combine in which the driving unit 5 is arranged in the center of the left and right sides of the aircraft. Applicable to.

(4) In the above embodiment, the example in which the support bracket 53d of the steering operation unit 53 is fixed to the first support column 62a has been described, but a configuration in which the steering operation unit 53 is fixed to a member other than the first support column 62a is adopted. May be. Specifically, for example, although not shown, a support leg is erected upward from the floor portion 52 of the operation unit 5, a lever support portion 53c is fixed to the upper portion of the support leg, and the lever support portion 53c is steered. A lever 53a and an armrest 53b may be provided. In this case, the support legs may be configured to be narrow and arranged close to the first support column 62a, and the upper and upper and lower central portions of the support legs may be further fixed to the first support column 62a. May be. By configuring in this way, the visibility from the driver seat 51 to the lower right front side is slightly deteriorated by the width of the support leg, but the steering operation portion 53 is stably attached to the floor portion 52 of the driving portion 5. Can be supported.

  Further, for example, although not shown, if the windshield 63 has a structure in which the lower end of the windshield 63 does not reach the floor 52 of the operation unit 5, the lower frame that covers the lower front portion of the cabin 6 provided below the windshield 63. A support bracket may be extended rearward and upward, and a lever support portion 53c, a steering lever 53a, and an armrest 53b may be provided on the extension portion of the support bracket.

(5) In the above embodiment, the example in which the instrument panel 54 is fixed to the upper surface side of the side frame 50c has been shown. However, a configuration in which the instrument panel 54 is fixed to a member other than the side frame 50c may be adopted. Although not shown, a support bracket is extended from the second column 62b, the side panel 55, or the like, or a support leg is erected from the floor 52 of the operation unit 5, and the instrument panel 54 is fixed to the support bracket or the support leg. May be.

(6) In the above embodiment, the example in which the instrument panel 54 is provided separately from the side panel 55 has been shown, but the instrument panel 54 may be integrally connected to the front part of the side panel 55. Specifically, for example, although not shown, the instrument panel 54 is configured by extending the side panel 55 to the front side of the second column 62b and arranging instruments on the upper surface side of the portion where the side panel 55 is extended. May be. In this case, the width of the instrument panel 54 may be set wider than the width of the side panel 55, and the width of the instrument panel 54 and the width of the side panel 55 are made the same by changing the quantity and arrangement of instruments. The width may be set.

(7) In the above-described embodiment, an example in which the steering operation unit 53 is configured by including the steering lever 53a, the armrest 53b, the lever support portion 53c, and the support bracket 53d is shown. The steering lever 53a may be provided as long as it includes the direction lever 53a, and for example, the steering operation unit 53 that does not include the armrest 53b and the support bracket 53d may be used.

(8) In the above embodiment, an example in which the instrument panel 54 is configured by arranging a traveling speed meter, a fuel meter, an engine tachometer and the like side by side has been shown, but the instrument panel 54 includes a single or a plurality of instruments. However, the types of instruments provided on the instrument panel 54 and the arrangement of instruments may be different.

  The present invention is not limited to an ordinary combine, and can also be applied to a self-removing combine. Further, the present invention can be applied to a combine in which the operation unit 5 is placed on the feeder 7.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 5 Driving part 6 Cabin 8 Cutting part 50c Side frame 51 Driving seat 51a Seat surface 52 Floor part 53 Steering operation part 53a Steering lever 53d Support bracket 54 Instrument panel 55 Side panel 61 Roof part 62 Prop 62a Props)
62b Second strut (a pair of left and right struts)
63 Windshield

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  1. A driver's seat, a steering operation unit having a steering lever, and a driving unit having an instrument panel;
    A roof portion covering the upper portion of the driving portion, a plurality of columns supporting the roof portion, and a cabin having a windshield covering the front of the driving portion;
    A cutting portion disposed on the lower front side of the cabin body,
    In the driving section, the steering operation section is disposed on one side in the left-right direction of the body, and the instrument panel is disposed on the other side in the left-right direction of the body,
    The windshield is supported between a pair of left and right columns on the forefront side of the body among the columns, and reaches from the upper part of the driving unit to the lower side of the seat surface of the driver seat,
    Between the windshield and the front end of the driver's seat, and between the end on the instrument panel side of the steering operation section and the end on the steering operation section side of the instrument panel, A space is formed so that there are no obstacles that obstruct the driver's front view of the driver seated in the driver's seat ,
    A side panel is provided on the other side of the driving unit,
    The instrument panel is a combine supported by a side frame that supports the side panel .
  2. 2. The combine according to claim 1, wherein the instrument panel is disposed between the windshield and a rear end portion of the second column on the other side of the pair of left and right columns in the longitudinal direction of the machine body. .
  3. A driver's seat, a steering operation unit having a steering lever, and a driving unit having an instrument panel;
    A roof portion covering the upper portion of the driving portion, a plurality of columns supporting the roof portion, and a cabin having a windshield covering the front of the driving portion;
    A cutting portion disposed on the lower front side of the cabin body,
    In the driving section, the steering operation section is disposed on one side in the left-right direction of the body, and the instrument panel is disposed on the other side in the left-right direction of the body,
    The windshield is supported between a pair of left and right columns on the forefront side of the body among the columns, and reaches from the upper part of the driving unit to the lower side of the seat surface of the driver seat,
    Between the windshield and the front end of the driver's seat, and between the end on the instrument panel side of the steering operation section and the end on the steering operation section side of the instrument panel, A space is formed so that there are no obstacles that obstruct the driver's front view of the driver seated in the driver's seat ,
    The instrument panel is a combiner disposed between the windshield and a rear end portion of the second column on the other side of the pair of left and right columns in the longitudinal direction of the machine body .
  4. The combine as described in any one of Claims 1-3 with which the said steering operation part is supported by the said 1st support | pillar of the said one side among the said left-right paired support | pillars.
  5. The combine according to claim 4 , wherein the steering operation unit is supported in a cantilever manner on the first support column.
  6. The windshield has reached a lower side than the lower end of the steering operation part,
    A space is formed between a lower end portion of the steering operation portion and a floor portion of the driving portion so that a driver seated on the driving seat can see through the windshield obliquely below the one side. The combine according to any one of claims 1 to 5 .
  7. The steering operation unit is provided with a support bracket that is supported in a cantilevered manner on the first support on the one side,
    The arrangement height of the support bracket, combine of claim 6, the lower end of the support bracket is configured so as to be positioned above the lower end of the seat surface.
  8. The steering operation section is provided with a support bracket that is supported in a cantilevered manner on the one side support column,
    The support bracket is in the aircraft longitudinal direction, and the front glass, any claim 1 which is disposed between the rear end portion of the first strut of the one side of said pair of posts 7 A combine according to claim 1.
  9. The instrument panel is supported on the top of the side frame at the front of the side panel,
    The combine according to any one of claims 1 to 8 , wherein the one side portion of the instrument panel protrudes toward the one side with respect to the one side portion of the side frame.
  10. The windshield has reached a lower side than the lower end of the steering operation part,
    A driver seated on the driver's seat is placed between the lower end of the portion of the instrument panel that protrudes to the one side of the side frame and the floor of the driver, through the windshield. The combine of Claim 9 in which the space is formed so that the diagonally downward side can be seen.
  11. The combine height according to any one of claims 1 to 10 , wherein an arrangement height of the instrument panel is set so that a lower end portion of the instrument panel is positioned above a lower end portion of the seat surface.
  12.   The combine according to any one of claims 1 to 11, wherein the windshield is disposed in a forward inclined posture in which an upper portion is positioned on the front side of the machine body from a lower portion.
  13.   The combine according to any one of claims 1 to 12, wherein the windshield reaches a floor of the operation unit.
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