Stainless steel sculptures made of Fiberglass are generally forged, and the thickness of Fiberglass used for sculpture is generally determined by the comprehensive factors such as the shape of the sculpture, the environment in which it is placed, and other requirements.
In addition, the thickness of glass fiber reinforced plastic for sculpture should consider its use time, quality, and stiffness, and also consider the strength requirements of the plate under pressure; heat transfer performance; pressure distribution, and the size of the plate.
If the thickness of glass fiber reinforced plastic for sculpture is not enough, it is easy to bend, which will affect the production of decorative panels.
If the thickness of the glass fiber reinforced plastic for sculpture is too large and the steel plate is too heavy, it will not only increase the cost of the steel plate but also cause unnecessary difficulties in operation.
At the same time, the thickness of the glass fiber reinforced plastic for sculpture should be considered during processing or use. The thickness of glass fiber reinforced plastic for sculpture is not absolutely the same, but the thickness of the same steel plate is strived to be as consistent as possible. Generally, the thickness tolerance of saw blades of medium specifications is 0.05 to 15 mm.
If the requirements are too strict, the grinding costs will increase accordingly. Generally, the steel plate with large tensile strength and high hardness has greater resistance to mechanical damage and longer durability, but the grinding and processing costs are also relatively high.