i need an advice... what is the best material for a juicer and gerlic presser? i want it to be lightweight Durable and strong...
and id i have pole.. what sould be the max Stress that it can activate?
You have several options to choose from... and you have a materiel catalog available in Sold works under materials.
I would recommend using some kind of aluminum.
In addition to that keep in mind the for a juice make the material has to be rust proof as whale so it should be a coted form of materiel.
Every juicer I've ever seen has been 300 series stainless or plastic or a little of both. I think the drawback to aluminum is, just as Jermy wrote, corrosion. Since you'll need stainless hardware for an AL assembly, the AL will corrode pretty quickly in lemon juice. You can slow that down with anodizing, but not stop it.
The stress depends heavily on the geometry. It doesn't sound like you have a lot of experience with analysis. So I recommend common sense and testing to get to the strength you want.
One of the stainless steels, since it will be in contact with food and in an acidic environment. Click on this link: Let me google that for you
Thank you very much guys!!
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