Ancient and modern meet, metal 3D printing technology to restore the "step moon bridge"
"Climb the Jiyang Buyue Bridge and connect heaven and earth like a magpie bridge". Radium laser with aluminum alloy material to restore the step of the moon bridge, with modern technology to perfectly demonstrate the beauty of the ancient building bridge.
Buyue Bridge was built in the 14th year of Zhengde in the Ming Dynasty, with a total length of 127.5 meters and a width of 6.05 meters. The construction of the whole bridge does not require one nail and one rivet, which embodies the mature skills and superiority of my country's traditional bridge construction technology. The 42 wooden houses on the bridge are covered with tiles, and the wooden components crisscrossed up and down are closely connected with each other without any mistake. The shape is simple, magnificent and the structure is rigorous.
Radium laser with the help of LiM-X260A series of equipment integrated forming rapid production, the series of equipment with fine light spot and other configuration advantages, to reproduce the beauty of the bridge art.
The printing size is 200mm * 60mm * 73mm, the theoretical weight is 410g, and the printing time of a single piece is 20 hours. The interior is filled with a honeycomb structure, which saves materials and compresses printing time while retaining a natural beauty; the precise structure and high surface finish fully demonstrateMetal 3D printing processThe "hard core" advantage in manufacturing complex structures and achieving lightweight parts.
3d printing with aluminum alloy:Aluminum is a metal with good strength to weight ratio, high thermal conductivity, high electrical conductivity, low density. Aluminum alloy for 3D printing has the characteristics of low density, light weight, high specific strength, high thermal conductivity, excellent physical and mechanical properties. Combined with the design freedom of 3D printing technology, it can be used in pressure vessels, hydraulic manifolds, brackets, High-strength structural parts and other fields go further and further.
A nail a rivet, across the stream. The ancient bridge condenses the wisdom, craftsmanship and aesthetic taste of the ancient working people; it also embodies the connotation of Chinese traditional culture and national spirit. Radium laser inheritance ingenuity quality, with modern technology to restore the beauty of ancient buildings and bridges, showMetal AdditiveThe exquisite craftsmanship outlines the "Bridges and Bridges" of each Jianou person ".
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Permalloy refers to an iron-nickel alloy with a nickel content in the range of 30% to 90%. This kind of soft magnetic alloy can effectively control the magnetic properties through appropriate process. It is a typical functional material with high permeability, low coercivity, high saturation magnetic induction, high Curie temperature, good corrosion resistance and good processing performance. Mainly used in alternating magnetic field, widely used in aerospace industry and telecommunications, measurement and control system. Commonly used permalloy 1J50, 1J79, 1J85 and so on. In the field of aerospace industry, permalloy is mainly used to manufacture precision components with high sensitivity, fine size, small size and low high frequency loss.
Additive manufacturing combines 3D printing with industrial production, creating a new processing method, and has irreplaceable advantages in the manufacturing of complex structural parts. Recently, Dr. Guan Kai, general manager of Tianjin Radium Laser Technology Co., Ltd., accepted an exclusive interview with MM's "Insight" program and expressed a clear view on the hot topic of additive manufacturing. MM "Insight"
The 6th China (Xi 'an) International 3D Printing Conference and Qin Chuangyuan 3D Printing High-end Forum opened today. Radium Laser was unveiled with LiM-X150A equipment and typical metal 3D printing displays, sharing technological achievements and application cases, discussing the future development direction of additive manufacturing, and going to the digital future together.