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Automatic lawn-mowing tube with blades that sweeps over your grass

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Goran Radanovic
Goran Radanovic Feb 03, 2022
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Rotating blades attached to a tube on wheels that sweeps across your lawn via parallel assembly-like tubes.
  • Saves you time and effort by mowing the lawn automatically
  • Avoids injury
  • Preset the mowing time like a sprinkler system
  • Saves electricity or gas by completing the task quicker
How it works
Picture two aluminium square tubes, wide enough for small wheels to roll across. These two 'assembly tubes' are parallel, one at the front of the lawn and the other at the back.
Another tube, to the side of the lawn, has rotating blades attached. The ends of the 'side tube' have wheels that roll down the assembly tubes. The side tube can roll back to its starting position, thereby sweeping across the lawn again.
Home owner can adjust, via a control unit, how high the side tube should hover over the lawn. He can also preset the sweeping period and the number of sweeps.
This would work best on square or rectangular lawns. The issue would arise on curved lawns.
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General comments

jnikola2 years ago
Your lawns should not only be square or rectangular but also flat. It's a tough task with a lot of preparation, but could perfectly work for football, tennis, baseball, and other fields/courts. However, another problem arises when we talk about courts - the leftovers of cut grass. Your proposed system doesn't collect it and therefore stands somewhere between too complex for private use, but lacks features for professional use. To solve the grass cutting leftovers problem, you could install another "brush" that works the same way as the cutter and collects the grass.
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