In 2020, cultural tourism has been advocated, so the competition for scenic spots is very large. Only if it is novel and interesting enough can it attract more tourists? Some scenic spots consider incorporating an animatronic dinosaur simulation model, but they are afraid that the service life is not long enough. Today outdoor display dinosaurs park factory will give the majority of scenic spots managers a popular science on what determines the lifespan!
In the process of use, the life of the outdoor display dinosaur simulation will be affected by many factors, and various problems will appear. The most common is that the skin is damaged, causing the internal water to burn out the motor. Or the place where the control box is placed is damp, and the circuit board becomes damp and there is a problem.
There are also long-term overloads of the animatronic dinosaurs, such as uneven placement, and the influence of stress and strain. Almost all structures, shapes, and sizes of parts are under different pressures. In the long run, the dinosaur model is in an overloaded state, resulting in a short life of the motor. Therefore, when placing the dinosaur model, we must pay attention to ensure that the terrain is level.
If you see that the animatronic dinosaur has a little failure in normal times, you must maintain it in time. For example, if a certain action does not move, it may be a voltage problem. If you don't pay attention to it, it may cause other actions to fail, so the usual maintenance is very It is important to pay attention to these problems as much as possible during use, to avoid such problems, and to extend the life of the animatronic dinosaur simulation model.
Of course, the more important point is that the quality of itself must be excellent. In order to save costs, some manufacturers use small motors for large movements, or if the power supply of the control box is not enough, the parts and components will increase wear during use, and there will be broken welds and disconnections. Yes, so keep your eyes open during the purchase of dinosaur models.