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         illustrates a shell coating layer 205 that is coated onto the
         core wire 210 via hot dipping the core wire 210 into a molten
         Bi–20Sn alloy composition.
           Figure 9 illustrates a cross-structure view of a core-shell
         solder wire 300 with a core wire 305 composed of a first alloy
         Bi–11Ag and a shell coating layer 310 composed of a sec-
         ond alloy Bi–20Sn, in accordance with certain aspects of the





                                                              Figure 11: Front structural diagram of a combined lifting barn fencing
                                                              equipment.
                                                              that drives the fence 2 to lift up and down. The lifting mech-
                                                              anism is mounted at the bottom of the first annular groove.
                                                              The hoisting mechanism 3 is mounted at the top of the gate
                                                              above the stage. The barn 1 is mounted on a bedplate 6; the
                                                              barn 1 descends to the first annular groove or rises above
                                                              the stage driven by the lifting mechanism 4. When the barn
                                                              1 descends to the first annular groove, the upper surface of
                                                              the bedplate 6 is flush with the stage surface. When not con-


         Figure 10: Second microstructural view of a core-shell solder wire.

         present disclosure. Figure 10 illustrates a microstructural
         view of a core-shell solder wire 400 with a core wire 410 com-
         posed of a first alloy Bi–11Ag and a shell coating layer 405
         composed of a second alloy Bi–42Sn, in accordance with cer-
         tain aspects of the present disclosure. As illustrated, by way
         of example only, the shell coating layer 405 has an average
         coating layer thickness of 15 microns. Additionally, figure
         10 further illustrates a shell coating layer 405 that is coated
         onto the core wire 210 via hot dipping the core wire 210 into
         the Bi–20Sn alloy composition.
         Combined lifting barn fencing equipment
         Pat. 10,335,706  U.S. class 1/1  Int. class A63J 1/02  Figure 12: Enlarged view of part B of figure 11.
         Inventor:  Yutang Ruan, Yuyao, CN., Jianjun  Liu, Yuyao,   nected with the hoisting mechanism 3 for lifting, the fence
         CN., Yifei Xia, Yuyao, CN., Shuyong Zhang, Yuyao, CN.,   2 is naturally shrank  to retain inside the second annular
         Heqi Zhang, Yuyao, CN., Lifeng Zhou, Yuyao, CN., Qiang Li,   groove 11, when the connected with the hoisting mechanism
         Yuyao, CN., Xiushuang Yang, Yuyao, CN., Guangwei Liu,   3 for lifting, the fence 2 is hoisted above the stage.
         Yuyao, CN., Wenjing Yin, Yuyao, CN., Huili Fang, Yuyao,   Referring to figures 12-15, the lifting mechanism 4 includes
         CN., Yuanle Huang, Yuyao, CN.                        a drive unit 47 fixedly mounted at the bottom of the first annu-
         Assignee: Zhejiang Dafeng Industry Co., Ltd., Zhejiang Prov-  lar groove and a transmission device connected with the drive
         ince, CN.
           A combined lifting burn fencing equipment is disclosed
         herein.  The combined lifting barn fencing equipment in-
         cludes a barn movably mounted in a first annular groove in
         the periphery of stage, a lifting mechanism that drives the
         barn to lift up and down, a fence movably mounted in a sec-
         ond annular groove of the barn, and a hoisting mechanism
         that drives the fence to lift up and down. The lifting mecha-
         nism is mounted at the bottom of the first annular groove.
         The hoisting mechanism is mounted at the top of the gate
         above the stage. The barn is mounted a bedplate. The barn
         descends to the first annular groove or rises to the above of
         the stage driven by the lifting mechanism.
           The front structures  of a combined lifting barn fencing
         equipment in the patent application are shown in figures 11-
         15. The combined lifting barn fencing equipment, includes a
         barn 1 movably mounted in a first annular groove in the pe-
         riphery of stage, a lifting mechanism 4 that drives the barn
         1 to lift up and down, a fence 2 movably mounted in a second
         annular groove 11 of the barn 1, and a hoisting mechanism 3   Figure 13: Top view of a combined lifting barn fencing equipment.

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