3D Printing Technology of Manufacturing Metallic Material

Generally, rapid laser prototyping requires to expose the surface of the specimen to high power laser in order to melt metal powder into liquid state, then move the laser beam to melt the powder in the front and let the liquid metal in the rear go through cooling and solidification. But all these need surrounding […]

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Nature and Usage of Magnesium

Magnesium is one of the lightest structural metal so far known in the world. Besides its light-weight construction, a few of the other advantages it offers are: high specific strength and stiffness, excellent damping and cutting properties, and easy recycling. Magnesium alloy is internationally used in the automotive industry to remove weight, save energy, reduce […]

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On September 3, 2013, posted in: Latest News by

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Research on Metal Powder Melting Technology

A new technology of rapid prototyping metal powders through the selective laser melting (SLM) process was discovered in recent years, thus made the directly forming of nearly full density parts possible. SLM technology can simplify the over-complicated producing process caused by selective laser sintering (SLS) technology. Main producing methods through SLS technology are as follows: […]

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On August 21, 2013, posted in: Latest News by

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Simple Analysis of Technical Status for Metal Powder Metallurgy

Powder injection molding is still one of the hot spots of current research. Powder injection molding material have been developed from such early systems as the iron based alloy, hard alloy and ceramics which are insensitive to impurities and have low requirements to performance to the nickel based high temperature alloy, titanium alloy and niobium […]

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On August 7, 2013, posted in: Latest News by

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Introduction of Silicon and Its Use

Silicon is an important semiconductor material with two different allotropes, amorphous silicon powder and crystalline silicon. It has a solid structure of diamond crystal and clear metallic luster. Under the heat, it can react with halogen, nitrogen, carbon and other nonmetal, or certain metals, such as Mg, Ca, Fe, Pt, etc. The generated silicide, usually […]

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