This female sculpture uses tin bronze casting. The following is a breakdown of copper materials.
Most of the bronze sculptures are made by melting and recasting at high temperature.
It is pure copper, which is purple-red, also known as copper. Pure copper has a density of 8.96 and a melting point of 1083 ° C. It has excellent electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, ductility and corrosion resistance.
Mostly used for cost-effective cast copper sculptures and wrought copper sculptures, also known as flavonoids in the sculpture industry. Flavones are alloys of copper and zinc. If it is only composed of copper and zinc, it is called ordinary brass.
If it is a multiple alloy composed of two or more elements, it is called special brass.
Such as copper alloys composed of lead, tin, manganese, nickel, iron, silicon.
Brass has strong wear resistance. Special brass is also called special brass, which has high strength, high hardness and strong chemical resistance.
There are also outstanding mechanical properties of cutting. The seamless copper tube drawn from brass is soft and wear-resistant. Contains copper at 62% to 68%, strong plasticity, and manufacturing pressure-resistant equipment.