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Brief introduction of metallization technology of zirconia ceramic structural parts

Brief introduction of metallization technology of zirconia ceramic structural parts

Zirconia ceramic structural parts can be metallized through some processes. The following Pintejin Ceramics Factory will take you to understand this technology.

The metal of the zirconia ceramic structure is melted, and the cross section begins to be filled with its F form, and the fusion of its F4FH weld is carried out through the metal section, and the fusion ratio is 7. When its size affects welding, the composition and the mechanical properties of the product combination can be compared, and the proportion of the weld of the entire metal is a part of the size, so when the steel of the weld is compared with the chemical difference, the weld Chemistry is influenced by materials.

The fusion point of the ceramic stainless steel ring represents the occupation of various proportions. After the comparison of metal and chemical composition, if the difference between the two points is large, the influence of the composition and composition of the fused base metal will be greater. After the non-standard zirconia When the ceramic structure has more impurities than the welding wire.

When the steel metal of large-diameter zirconia ceramic structural parts contains more alloying elements, the welding wire contains less metal elements. After the improvement of alloying elements and the ability of welding seam, the comparison of fusion point and high incandescent seam are increased. mechanical properties. After analysis, it can be seen that the large-diameter material contains less gold and has less gold elements. When the controlled wire gold material has more elements, these alloy elements play a key role in improving the lifting of the weld. one.

The degree to which the chemical composition of the weld of zirconia ceramic structural parts is affected by the steel composition is directly related to the fusion ratio. The larger the fusion ratio, the greater the influence of the base metal composition and the crack composition, and the tendency for the thermal cracks to increase.



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