Composite Materials – Industry Solutions
Composite materials are mainly divided into two categories: metal matrix and non-metal matrix. The metal matrix commonly used includes aluminum, magnesium, copper, and their alloys. Non-metal matrix mainly includes synthetic resin, rubber, ceramics, graphite, carbon, etc. Reinforcement materials mainly include glass fiber, carbon fiber, boron fiber, aramid fiber, carbon fiber, asbestos fiber, whiskers, etc.
With the rapid development of technology, composite materials are gradually replacing traditional wood and metal alloys. Composite materials with their excellent chemical stability, wear resistance and lubrication, self-lubrication, heat resistance, fatigue resistance, stress relief, noise reduction, electrical insulation and other properties are increasingly used in defense industry, aerospace, automotive, shipbuilding, precision machinery, deep-diving equipment, robot structures and high-end sports goods and so on.
In production and processing, most of the composite materials require subsequent processing of burrs and holes of various directions also need to be processed in subsequent processes. Traditional methods rely on manual labor using cutting tools such as scissors and hand electric drill and other traditional processes for subsequent processing. The efficiency is extremely low and slow, unable to meet the needs of rapid processing.
Alpha company has developed a special five-axis machine for composite materials to improve production and processing efficiency and solve the problems encountered in customer production. This has reduced labor costs and improved the problems in traditional composite material processing, increasing production efficiency.