TC5012 With Jib 50M and 1.2Ton Tip Load Hammer Head

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TC5012 Description

 

Feature: Tower Crane                       

Condition: New

Rated Loading Capacity: 5T                        

Span: 3-50M                                      

Model Number: TC5012

Certification: ISO,CE                          

Warranty: 12 Month

After-sales Service Provided: Overseas third-party support available

TC5012  Features

free height: 30m            

max.height: 120m

tower head height: 8m   

jib length: 50m

tip load: 1.2t                  

max.load: 5t

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TC5012 With Jib 50M and 1.2Ton Tip Load  Hammer Head

 

TC5012 With Jib 50M and 1.2Ton Tip Load  Hammer Head

 

TC5012 Specifications

TC5012 With Jib 50M and 1.2Ton Tip Load  Hammer Head

TC5012 FAQ

1. Stationary/Travelling, external/ internal climbing tower crane 

2. Impeller blasting/rust protection paint

3. Advanced painting process

6. Famous brand mechanism system, Schneider Electronic control system, jiangte and jiuhe motor

7. Engineers available to service machinery overseas. 

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Tthe auto industry today use the robot in many sections including painting and welding. But most of industries use machinery.
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3D printing is a great technology getting better all the time. While the 3D printer can make all of those shapes within a certain precision (they lay down thin sheets of plastic on top of each other) there are many limitations of the process, such as size, materials, precision, and manufacturing throughput that make it not the best choice in all cases. I designed a part recently out of aluminum that thermally connected a tank to a cold plate heat exchanger. It was made on a CNC mill and could not have been made with 3D printing. Because of the size of it, even if there was a material available, 3D printing would likely have been at least 10X more expensive than CNC milling was. More processes gives engineers more design freedom to come up with better stuff.

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