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Chinese aviation industry masters 3D print

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Chinese aviation industry masters 3D print

In the last 2 of the year, 3D printing technologies have acquired a particularly high value in the industrial policy of the developed countries, especially the USA, the article notes. In this regard, a certain “Research Institute of Automated Control”, which closely monitors global trends in this area, has succeeded in using 3D printing in the production of a fairing for some transmitting antenna, which had a complex shape, and in 2014 year began producing inertial navigation systems. Following this, a separate working group was created that is looking for production sites where 3D printing can be implemented and offers options for such an implementation. As a result of using 3D printing and solving other technical issues, the manufacturing time of inertial navigation systems has been reduced to 3 hours, which is approximately 28% of the time spent using traditional technologies.
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  1. Gagarin
    Gagarin 26 March 2014 13: 18
    +4
    How then it will be difficult and shameful for us to catch up with China ...
    1. johnsnz
      johnsnz 26 March 2014 13: 23
      +15
      This is China catching up with us ... We have had 3D printing and modeling for aerospace, Russian Railways, defense industry, etc., for two years now. And spam from this "Scientific Research Institute of Automated Management" is more than enough .... pulled up
      1. geptilshik
        geptilshik 26 March 2014 13: 47
        +2
        And if it's not a secret, what is the name of your company wink
        1. johnsnz
          johnsnz 26 March 2014 13: 56
          +3
          Volna3D, and type in the search engine
        2. vladimirZ
          vladimirZ 26 March 2014 14: 12
          +1
          How then it will be difficult and shameful for us to catch up with China ...


          Well, what about the liberal economy, you have to pay for your stupidity.
          God grant that they understand their mistakes and begin to move away from it, from this comprador oligarchic economy.
          What is not observed yet.
          Vladimir Putin, unfortunately, continues to affirm the slogan of the liberals: "the state owner is not effective, it is necessary to continue the privatization of state property" and transfer the property to private owners.
          1. jjj
            jjj 26 March 2014 14: 49
            -1
            Quote: vladimirZ
            Putin V.V., unfortunately, continues to assert the slogan of the liberals: "the state owner is not effective

            Not only is the state owner ineffective for the most part, he is also extremely stealing. In a private structure, if a person does well, then he gets it. And in the state, there are ten people who are employed for one effective employee. Even young people are now bursting with state structures. There you can just go to work and get a good salary. And the private owner must work hard. Of course, space, the military-industrial complex, aircraft construction, science, the main banks should be under state control, so that in order to "manage efficiency" and increase profits, firewood is not broken
            1. the polar
              the polar 26 March 2014 16: 30
              +1
              Quote: jjj

              Not only is the state owner inefficient for the most part, he is also extremely thieves.

              You still have to learn to study and study ... as one famous comrade said.
              But maybe you were born after 1991 year? Got it
              1. jjj
                jjj 26 March 2014 21: 02
                0
                Quote: Polar
                You still have to learn to study and study ... as one famous comrade said.

                And I suggest you look at the situation broader. You can learn from that comrade how to practically make a revolution. But he did not manage to master the construction of the state for reasons beyond his control. And the point is not in it.
                In the very near future we are expecting the re-adjustment of the entire national economy. Almost all of today's provincial authorities absolutely do not do any work to establish affairs in the subjects. The events of late summer and early autumn in the Far East have clearly shown this. Even earlier, we encountered a similar one in the Crimean village in the prosperous Krasnodar Territory. The head of Dagestan requests that extra money be collected from the region along with extra people, so that both money and people can be sent to another place where their work could be organized. There are a lot of such examples.
                Gradually, the center for production and finance is shifting towards the Pacific region. And Russia is directing its attention there. But to send money there means to waste it again. The existing system will not be able to use them fully for the good of the state. State structures for the foreseeable time worked well only on the situation in the Crimea. This showed that we can direct the situation in the right direction. Experience needs to be introduced. It was decided to apply it in the Far East. But who will do this? And the large structures that will move to the Regions will be engaged. And the oligarchs will do it, no matter how it causes protest in a certain part of the audience. Just no one else. The regions of the Far East and Siberia will house the headquarters of our largest corporations. And the establishment of life will go on terms of public-private partnership. Of course, under the control of the central government and in order to strengthen the state, and not to maximize profits.
                In this regard, a curious moment is the current strengthening of the ruble and the growth of the Russian stock market. The ruble strengthened, and the Central Bank did not carry out major interventions. It turns out that our people began to seize assets in the West, otherwise they will fall under sanctions. Currency is sold in Russia, and shares of Russian enterprises are bought in rubles. Now, for fairly modest money, you can buy shares in very serious enterprises.
                You can talk for a long time. Just in Russia there is a new industrialization
      2. Nayhas
        Nayhas 26 March 2014 13: 48
        +2
        Quote: johnsnz
        This is China catching up with us ... We have had 3D printing and modeling for aerospace, Russian Railways, defense industry, etc., for two years now. And spam from this "Scientific Research Institute of Automated Management" is more than enough .... pulled up

        Is the equipment Russian?
        1. johnsnz
          johnsnz 26 March 2014 14: 18
          +2
          Unfortunately the great, no. Custodian
        2. Al-in
          Al-in 26 March 2014 14: 51
          +2
          http://www.sdelanounas.ru/blogs/44381 .Друзья,заходите на сайт Сделано у нас .
      3. Letun
        Letun 26 March 2014 13: 56
        +1
        Quote: johnsnz
        This is China catching up with us ... We have had 3D printing and modeling for aerospace, Russian Railways, defense industry, etc., for two years now. And spam from this "Scientific Research Institute of Automated Management" is more than enough .... pulled up

        And of course, the 3D printer at your company is domestic! The fact that you know how to drive a Ferrari does not mean that you can do this Ferrari. And the person above wrote correctly, we will soon buy (if we still do not buy) 3D printers from the Chinese.
        1. geptilshik
          geptilshik 26 March 2014 14: 10
          +1
          By the way, you can do the printer yourself, where there was video with a self-made 3d printer. And by the way, the company is solid, very high quality products, it is a pity that only plastic so far. The Chinese are already titanium-aluminum and cobalt-chromium sinter. They just invest in new developments and equipment, even if not theirs, and we are all trying to make candy out of town ....
          1. jjj
            jjj 26 March 2014 14: 52
            0
            Quote: geptilshik
            The Chinese are already titanium-aluminum and cobalt-chromium sinter

            This process of "sintering" confuses me. The strength characteristics and durability of the product are somehow alarming. May be due to age-related bone
          2. Letun
            Letun 26 March 2014 16: 16
            0
            Quote: geptilshik
            By the way, you can do the printer yourself, where there was video with a self-made 3d printer. And by the way, the company is solid, very high quality products, it is a pity that only plastic so far.

            Fly like you on airplanes, the details of which you make on high-quality self-made printers, yourself.
        2. johnsnz
          johnsnz 26 March 2014 14: 25
          +1
          What is bought is, of course, mine. And I agree, it is necessary to study. And 50% drive foreign cars, wear Italian shoes, use French perfume .... Is it worth learning everything? Or are we going to "Triple" and "Red Moscow"?
    2. fzr1000
      fzr1000 26 March 2014 15: 02
      0
      Titanium part, 5m

    3. Army1
      Army1 26 March 2014 15: 37
      0
      http://www.sdelanounas.ru/blogs/37621/
  2. avt
    avt 26 March 2014 13: 20
    +4
    These are serious technologies. Anyone who REALLY gets the first, high-quality, serial product will jump in front very much and overtake competitors in several cases. Almost everything is ready at the R&D stage, the only concern is industrial designs with finished products superior in quality to those made by traditional means.
    1. Metlik
      Metlik 26 March 2014 13: 46
      +1
      The cheaper the production, the more important are the resources and materials. No wonder America is eager to seize resources around the world. 3D printing technologies will give Russia a great advantage in the world.
      1. Luzhichanin
        Luzhichanin 26 March 2014 14: 02
        +1
        Quote: Metlik
        No wonder America is eager to seize resources around the world. 3D printing technologies will give Russia a great advantage in the world.

        At the same time, there will be orders of magnitude less qualified people involved in the process. Not to mention the unskilled ... That's why people are being cut back, because they don’t know what to do with their hands, and not because of artificial food problems.
        After all, if there are dramatically millions of people who are not doing anything, respectively, without a livelihood, then this is the best environment for CHAOS.
  3. Chifka
    Chifka 26 March 2014 13: 23
    +3
    China solved the problem of military equipment. Instead of military factories he will set up printing houses - and go! Set only the number of copies. As in Word of Tanks, you can immediately print in camouflage. Will soon solve the problem of endless ammo and eternal life.
    1. inkass_98
      inkass_98 26 March 2014 13: 52
      +1
      Quote: Chifka
      Set only the number of copies.

      It would be funny if it were not so sad, because it will be so. Moreover, the equipment we have purchased, and they have, though stolen, but their own.
  4. major071
    major071 26 March 2014 13: 23
    +6
    China constantly captures all the advanced in the world. Something steals, something copies without demand, something creates itself. But the thing that the Chinese cannot be taken away is that they are trying to introduce it by any means. And it turns out, b ..., albeit in a small way, but they are introducing it. At this rate, they will soon push the United States to the backyards.
  5. Gagarin
    Gagarin 26 March 2014 13: 23
    +5
    SKOLKOVO is silent, apparently quietly already 4D technology is being tested, no less ...)))
    1. geptilshik
      geptilshik 26 March 2014 13: 49
      +4
      They precisely develop 4D technology for theft of money
  6. Gagarin
    Gagarin 26 March 2014 13: 27
    0
    Yes, it’s hard not to agree. PEOPLE WORK.
    Quote: major071
    And after all it turns out, b ..., albeit in a small, but introduce
  7. FID
    FID 26 March 2014 13: 32
    +5
    The Chinese themselves make radioelements of the "space" category. Our developers are already trying to arrange the purchase of ERE from the Chinese, in connection with the sanctions, the Americans have already squeezed the supply of ERE to Russia. Sometimes it becomes embarrassing ...
  8. Aleks_good
    Aleks_good 26 March 2014 13: 39
    +2
    Well, you don't need to buy, since you need to do your "space" in bulk.
  9. engineer74
    engineer74 26 March 2014 14: 10
    +1
    3D printing ... I do not know, did not come across ...
    Well, where is the photo of the maliciously milled frame !!!
    am
    1. geptilshik
      geptilshik 26 March 2014 14: 12
      +1
      the frame is rather sintered from powder on the printer, then processed. Milling a whole piece would be a lot of waste
      1. engineer74
        engineer74 26 March 2014 14: 19
        +1
        The item is clearly aviation, and there it is in the order of things. CMM (coefficient of material use, i.e. the ratio of the mass of the part to the mass of the workpiece) 0.1-0.4 is often found. smile
        1. geptilshik
          geptilshik 26 March 2014 14: 31
          +1
          Dear You can see an engineer of the old school, I think such CMMs remained mostly for domestic production, the whole world prefers saving, not for the sake of quality, of course.
          1. engineer74
            engineer74 26 March 2014 14: 42
            0
            It's not about "hardening" smile and not in KIM. The fantasy of the designer, as a rule, is limited to the technology available to him, at the time of development. In this case, this technology was a 3-axis CNC milling machine, otherwise the part would be much nicer.
            1. geptilshik
              geptilshik 26 March 2014 14: 50
              +1
              I did not understand how to make it even prettier
              1. engineer74
                engineer74 26 March 2014 15: 07
                0
                Sorry, unsuccessfully put it. I’ll try to explain: the less acute angles (stress concentrators) and the more fillets (rounding at the corners), the stronger the part (the likelihood of cracking under load), respectively, with the same strength, the part may have less mass. Something like that. hi
    2. RusSever
      RusSever 26 March 2014 14: 35
      +1
      Honestly, this howl about 3D printers bores me. Let me explain on fingers - which device is capable of printing - just printing - in this case, an airplane frame made of AMG alloy, a landing gear, for example, a cylinder block of a marine engine made of cast iron, or a cylinder cover, or something else. What kind of material will the printer print - metal powder? powder metallurgy - why laugh - what powder can you make ?? Therefore - to make a vase - please, but heavy engineering, etc. - sorry, I think that printing is nonsense ...
      1. geptilshik
        geptilshik 26 March 2014 14: 40
        +2
        Sorry, but you are not in the subject
      2. Roman 57 rus
        Roman 57 rus 26 March 2014 19: 25
        +1
        I still think that Tokoe is still possible.
        1. atesterev
          atesterev 26 March 2014 22: 26
          -1
          Tokoe is undoubtedly possible, but such is doubtful.
  10. Vtel
    Vtel 26 March 2014 14: 23
    +2
    I went on vacation, came home, turned on the computer + printer, printed a Tu-144 and waved to the Crimea - fiction or reality. Chew - appreciate!
    1. engineer74
      engineer74 26 March 2014 14: 46
      0
      Will there be enough for fuel and "road" tax? wink
    2. Roman 57 rus
      Roman 57 rus 26 March 2014 19: 26
      0
      You can still grow!
  11. emeldos2
    emeldos2 26 March 2014 22: 15
    0
    China Thugs Although They Know Without Russia they will not survive in any way before the Shit. the fact that they copy well done. Russia will not lose anything.