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Density requirements for grid on bucky stand

What is the density requirement of the grid on the buckystand? Let’s learn about the grid density of the grid with everyone.
The grid density of the grid is the number of lead bars present in a unit distance. It is represented by N, N=1/B, and B represents the distance between adjacent lead bars, that is, the smaller the value of B, the smaller the adjacent distance. The greater the number of lead bars per unit distance, the greater the grid density, and the larger the B value, the larger the adjacent distance. The less the number of lead bars per unit distance, the smaller the grid density. The greater the grid density of the grid, the stronger the ability to filter out scattered rays.
There are two types of grids: fixed type and movable type. The fixed type has a higher requirement for grid density. A wire grid with a low grid density can be used as a movable grid. It is perpendicular to the arrangement direction of the wire grid, which can filter out the scattered rays well without producing lead shadows.
The grid density ranges from 60 or 70 lines/inch, to high density (85 lines/inch), ultra-high density (103 lines/inch), invisible lines (105 lines/inch), and ultra-invisible lines (170 or 200 lines/inch). Inch) These can be customized. If you are interested in purchasing, please call us.

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