1. Japanese system
Japan is the world’s first-class queue, mold enterprises about 10000, mostly small and medium-sized enterprises. But small and medium-sized enterprises generally do not complete a complete mold independently, nor do they carry out production, but as a professional division of labor in the whole process, the overall level is very high, which is very different from domestic mold enterprises and aluminum alloy die-casting plants.
Although Japan is still a world-class industry, it still faces some problems, such as shortening delivery time, insufficient talent renewal, and challenges from emerging countries. At present, many enterprises in Japan are expanding equipment investment to make up for the shortage of talents. In processing, a large number of automatic processing equipment, or intelligent control equipment. In the design and manufacturing departments, almost all adopt CAD / CAE / CAM technology for motion simulation analysis and DNC (direct digital control) CNC Machining. The technological development of mould mainly develops to high precision, high speed, long life, complexity, large scale, integration and high performance.
2. American Department
An important feature of the US Department is that its high-end strength is very strong, but the middle end has basically flowed out of China. Standardized production and supply have been realized. CAD / CAE / CAM technology has been widely used in mold design and manufacturing. Advanced equipment has been provided for processing technology, inspection and testing. The development of large, complex, precise, long-life and high-performance molds has reached the leading level. For the time being, aluminum alloy China die casting factories are not able to compete on the same platform, and the limited competition is not comprehensive.
Germany, like Japan, is a strong competitor of domestic aluminum alloy die-casting factories facing the international market. Germany, like Japan, has many micro die-casting enterprises. However, the vitality of Germany is stronger than that of Japan. Another bigger advantage is that Germany has nearly 100 key die-casting enterprises, which are enough to take the lead.
Singapore’s development comes from the strong support of the government. It has enough influence in Asia. However, because of the government’s support, its development is not comprehensive. The castings produced by the mold are mainly small and precision. The main fields are concentrated in semiconductor frame / packaging mold, metal stamping mold, plastic mold, silicone rubber mold and other fields.
5. China’s own strength
China is still a clich é. The proportion of imported equipment is too large, and the technology of domestic equipment is not good. This problem has led to the profit of many aluminum alloy die casting plants being exploited by foreign equipment manufacturers in disguise, and the remaining profit is difficult to be used for industrial upgrading.
In the future, the development of China’s aluminum alloy die casting plants will mainly focus on:
1) The die structure is becoming larger, more precise, more complex and its service life is increasing;
2) CAD / CAE / CAM technology is widely used in mold design and manufacturing;
3) Application of new technology in mold design and manufacturing;
4) Improve the level of mold standardization and the utilization rate of mold standard parts;
5) Develop high quality mold materials and advanced surface treatment technology;
6) Develop new forming process and new mould, cultivate new idea and new mode/
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