12 Years Manufacturer 5000 5-bar Aluminum Tread Plate Supply to Slovenia
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The major series of this series aluminum tread plate provided by Jinding includes 5005 5052 5083 5086 5154 5182 5251 5754 series etc.
♦ 5000 Aluminum tread plate
♦ Pattern:diamond,1 bar ,5 bars.
The main ingredient of this series aluminum tread plate is magnesium element and the content is between 3% and 5%. It is also called aluminum magnesium alloy.
With its low density, it features high tensile strength and elongation.
This series aluminum tread plate is a commonly and mature series in China.
With the same area of other series, the weight of this aluminum tread plate is lighter. As a result, it is used in aviation, such as in the fuel tanks in airplanes.
It is widely used in conventional industries.
This aluminum tread plate can be used in continuously casting and rolling. It can be hot rolled. As a result, it can be used in oxidation and deep processing.
You can use aluminum tread plate sheets in the floor of automobile, airplane, light rail, vehicle steps, stair treads, elevators, etc. You also can use tread plate sheets in your garage or workshop for a variety of purposes.
As a professional manufacturer and supplier of 5000 aluminum tread plate based in China, we also offer aluminium slit coil, diamond aluminum tread plate, anodising aluminum coil, aluminum coil, aluminum strip, coated aluminum coil, etc. for you to choose from.
I did not insert servo motors in this fursuit head. The ears and eyelids are controlled with 4 Bowden cables – no electronic components needed. It works like an old camera remote control shutter cable. The cables are over one meter long – I can grab them inside a fursuit glove.
You can see how I made the head in my livejournal:
Part 1: https://tioh.livejournal.com/72392.html
Part 2: https://tioh.livejournal.com/72596.html
Part 3: https://tioh.livejournal.com/73390.html
Part 4: https://tioh.livejournal.com/73639.html
Part 5: https://tioh.livejournal.com/73887.html
Part 6: https://tioh.livejournal.com/74948.html
Part 7: https://tioh.livejournal.com/75459.html
Video with LEDs turned on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpPGqYGcH3E
Part 8: https://tioh.livejournal.com/76475.html
List of materials:
- 50x50cm plastic mesh
(it’s used to filter leaves out of rainwater – it’s sold under the name PolyNet LeafGuard)
- One 3mm diameter aluminum staff (50cm)
- An aluminum profile 20x3mm (30cm)
- Flexible material for the ears
(50x10cm – I used an old mousepad)
- Cable ties (200)
- One role strong linen thread
- 4 Bowden-cabels
(bicycle beak cabels, at least 1m long)
- 2 transparent plastic hemispheres
(6cm diameter – sold as christmas ornaments)
- Window colors in black, white and eyecolor
(Transparent, peel-off paint, water based for painting glass windows)
- FIMO (white) or Polycaprolactone for the teeth
In Episode 8 of Roadkill we introduced you to the greatest engine swap project ever—a Hemi into a 1955 Chevy Bel Air. Nearly two years later, we finally get Mike Finnegan’s Mopar-powered Tri-Five on the road, but not without a few problems along the way. Blown head gaskets, frayed wires, and severe sleep-deprivation are all overcome as Finnegan, Freiburger, and friends push to get this polarizing project car running again in time for an epic road trip.
The BlaspHEMI ’55 Chevy rides on a Jim Meyer Racing Gasser tube chassis with Viking coilover dampers and Firestone Cheater slicks out back. Up front the car has a tubular straight axle, parallel leaf springs and tires small enough to fit on a VW Bug. The rear axle is a John’s Industries 9-inch with 5.43:1 gears. The Hemi began life as a 528ci Mopar crate engine, which Finnegan rebuilt with a 0.030-inch overbore, ported aluminum heads, and a Comp Cams solid roller cam. The mill is topped off with a Hilborn stack injection system with EFI controlled by a FAST EFI ECU. An Aeromotive Stealth fuel tank and pump provides the fuel while MSD provides the spark. The engine is backed by a Tremec Magnum six-speed manual gearbox with an American Powertrain installation kit and a twin-disc clutch. The car was wired with a Speedwires kit and the guys built their own fenderwell headers using parts from Hedman.
To save weight, the original steel front clip was swapped out for a lightweight fiberglass tilt front end from Unlimited Products and the windows were replaced with lexan parts from ProGlass. The rollcage is a 10-point arrangement built from chrome-moly steel and TIG welded to the floor and frame. To save a ton of time, High Tech Auto Wraps covered the car in flat black vinyl instead of paint while the last of the parts were installed onto the car.
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