Recently, Creative 3D has been supported by the Canadian Space Conordia to promote breakthrough research and research results in the field of aerospace for international higher education. The Association is committed to research on advanced engineering and technology projects.
Sponsorship comes from a common mission
All along, Concordy Asia Pacific represents the fact that space is not only interesting, but also very accessible. From 2018 to 2019, Hannah Jack halcro, president of space concordia, said: "Our goal is to motivate people to take an extra step and explore further areas." The space Concorde is dedicated to introducing space 3 and related topics to the public.
The Concordia Institute of space research is an Aerospace Research Association run by 100% of students supported by faculty at Concordia University and the Canadian Space Agency. In order to study the impact of climate change on Lake kruen in Yukon and prove the feasibility of high-performance flight computer in future CubeSat missions, the space Concorde project was launched in the summer of 2018 to play a role in scientific research and enable students to enter real space missions.
With different research branches such as spacecraft, ground station, rocket technology and robotics technology, Space Concorde is constantly striving to build a competition-based structure. Cordia Aerospace Company has successfully established some milestones in the process of scientific research by virtue of its talent advantages, strong scientific research foundation and abundant international competitive advantages.
As an international leading intelligent manufacturer of 3D printers, Creative 3D has a clear position in education, art design, die manufacturing, aerospace, automotive industry and other industries, and is willing to contribute to global scientific research. Concordia Asia Pacific Airlines said: "We hope to cooperate on projects that have a meaningful impact on our association and society as a whole." As a preacher of 3D printing industry, chuangxiang 3D has always delivered the convenience and influence of 3D printing technology to users at home and abroad. Helping space Concordia build enables us to foresee more possibilities for future talent engineers and 3D printing technology.
Imagine how three-dimensional printers can play a role in aerospace research?
In 2012, the Robotics Department of Space Concorde was established as a final project of engineering. For many years, the robotics department has been focusing on the research of different parts of the rover, from multi-purpose arm to mobile platform, to airborne scientific experiments, and finally reached the apex in the current design. This project is divided into five systems: mobile platform, manipulator, scientific payload, autonomy, operability, and the application of creative 3D ender-3 printer in the construction of mobile platform and manipulator.
At present, the robotics sector is preparing for the challenges of the world. Their latest roamer, Astro Boy, is everything from rolling toolboxes to robotic scientists. Astro's concept is a Mars probe designed to help astronauts use its complex grabber, which can turn knobs, pull levers and type on keyboards. Astro's robotic arm can be replaced by a vehicle-borne biochemical sampling and testing station, allowing the detector to detect life signs in soil samples while exploring the field semi-autonomously.
Last summer, the team competed with their Rovers in the University Rover Challenge (URC) at the Mars Desert Research Station in Utah and is preparing for the European Rover Challenge (ERC) in Kircher, Poland, in September.
In 2020, the team plans to improve existing Land Rover designs over the next few years with the goal of participating in both URC and ERC and the Canadian International Land Rover Challenge (CIRC) in Alberta.
In addition to the race, the team plans to eventually own a research-oriented rover. The detector will serve as a platform with standardized interfaces, allowing collaboration with research groups and organizations that want to test new technologies or conduct experiments.
It took five years to develop and create three-dimensional rooted in China and serve the world; establish standardized production and operation system and service network; deepen the development of education, industry, construction, automobile industry, aerospace and other industries, and promote the transformation and upgrading of traditional manufacturing industry to intelligent manufacturing industry. In August of this year, during the user's return visit to "cross China in the name of love", the relevant director of Shanghai Oriental aviation flight training Co., Ltd. said: the 3D printer under creality brand plays a key role in the construction of diversity and flexibility in the production of some aviation materials.