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Trends in the development of the plastics manufacturing industry

Update:17 May 2019

In the context of Industry 4.0, traditional manufacturi […]

In the context of Industry 4.0, traditional manufacturing is gradually moving toward “machine substitution”, and many traditional manufacturing fields have begun to use automated robots instead of manual operations. The robot is a new type of device developed in the mechanized and automated production process. In modern production processes, robots are widely used in automated production lines. Although the robot is not as flexible as a human hand, it has the characteristics of being able to repeat work and labor, not knowing the fatigue, not afraid of danger, and the power of grasping heavy objects is greater than that of the human hand. Therefore, the robot has been valued by many departments, and more and more Widely used.

The plastic machinery industry has become one of the fastest growing industries in China's machinery manufacturing industry, and the annual demand is still increasing. The rapid development of China's plastic machinery industry mainly has the following two major factors: First, the equipment upgrade and the elimination of old equipment brought about by the demand for high-tech equipment; Second, the rapid development of plastic processing industry at home and abroad, on plastic machinery The demand is strong.

Injection robots are intelligent robots mainly used in the field of injection molding. For plastics manufacturers, the automation of production workshops can bring great convenience to enterprises, which makes enterprises have greater advantages in market competition. A trend in the development of plastics manufacturing. Compared with manual operation, manufacturers using injection molding robots can cope with many challenges such as high manual loss rate, short delivery period, and safety issues. High-speed, flexible, and high-load robots are not only capable of automated production, but also a greater degree of product performance, which is critical for the efficiency-oriented injection molding industry.