Russian military enterprises display full 3D printing UAV
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the design of nuclear and enhanced polymer materials can have specific expected properties. Heart tip: in the development process of 3D printing, Russia seems to have been unknown, but in recent years, the country has been catching up. For example, the Russian military recently claimed to have been in arma3 The poor quality of oil seal will also lead to oil leakage. Additive manufacturing technology is used in the development of TA tank; At the same time, the national natural matter research center suggested that the Russian space agency could build a 3D printing base on the moon
[China Packaging News] in the development process of 3D printing, Russia seems to have been unknown, but in recent years, the country has been catching up. For example, the Russian military recently claimed that it had used additive manufacturing technology in the development of armata tanks; At the same time, the national natural matter research center suggested that the Russian space agency could build a 3D printing base on the moonAccording to a draft released by uimc, this new type of 3D printing UAV can be manufactured in one day, while its spare parts can be manufactured in minutes. The UAV is equipped with an on-board video camera. Its main function will be to reconnaissance and monitor targets. Most of the devices designed for this purpose within a radius of 50 kilometers are titanium or titanium alloy or peek. In addition, the UAV is equipped with a domestic engine, weighs 4kg and has a wingspan of 2.4m. It is understood that its manufacturer uimc actually belongs to Russian military giant rostec, which was established at the request of the government to promote the manufacturing of high-end technology and communication system products. Moreover, rostec launched a similar 3D printing UAV last year
according to uimc, compared with similar products, this new UAV has several advantages. First of all, it is cheap and easy to manufacture. It can be deployed in groups. Once it is damaged or destroyed, the loss is small. Other advantages include the ability to create new, portable loading and control components for the UAV to complete the experimental force by the load holding system in multiple locations. "The application of additive manufacturing technology can greatly speed up the development and manufacturing of new products and reduce their costs." Said Sergey skokov, deputy director general of uimc. "The advantage of this aircraft is that any part of it can be effectively 3D printed - even on the battlefield."
at present, this 3D printed UAV is being displayed on innoprom, which is an International Industrial Trade Fair held in Yekaterinburg, with a duration of July. The exhibition has been held annually since 2010 and is expected to attract more than 52000 visitors this year
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