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2022-08-10
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Industry analysis: the domestic and international market of China's mold and CNC tool industry

according to statistics, the annual cutting and processing costs of the global manufacturing industry reach more than US $400billion, of which the tool costs are about US $20billion. The demand for cutting tools in the world market is growing. Among them, the growth of European and North American countries is stable, especially the Eastern European countries. The Asian market has rebounded slightly, and the market potential is great. The market of Latin American countries has increased significantly, especially Mexico. In the future, users will pay more attention to the research and development of cutting tools by manufacturers, not only in the field of materials and surface coating technology, but also in the field of cutting tool products and their production process, and pay attention to production practice, which will help cutting tool manufacturers increase their market competitiveness in the fields they are familiar with. In terms of technological upgrading, cemented carbide tools gradually replace high-speed steel tools, especially circular tools. The application of coated cutting tools is becoming more and more common. In Europe, the market share of new cutting tools for high-speed machining is growing

from the perspective of the cooperation mode of tool manufacturers, there will be strong alliances of many large companies in the high-tech market. At present, the domestic market has a great demand for medium and high-end molds. According to the prediction, during the 12th Five Year Plan period, the general trend of the mold market will be stable and upward, but it is required that domestic molds must meet the needs of users in terms of quality, delivery time and so on. Moreover, the home appliance, automobile and plastic products industries have the largest demand for molds. In the international market, in recent years, labor costs in industrialized countries have increased, and they are being transferred to developing countries, especially Southeast Asian countries. In China, it mainly produces high-precision molds, and molds with a large amount of manual labor input rely on imports. Therefore, the international market potential of medium and low-grade molds is very huge. As long as the quality of domestic molds can be improved and the delivery time can be guaranteed, the prospect of mold export is very optimistic. In addition, the demand for mold standard parts in the international market is also large

at present, China has only a small amount of exports. In the new wave of world economic integration, the accelerated transfer of global manufacturing to Chinese Mainland has become the general trend, and China will gradually develop into a world-class manufacturing base. Guangdong, with obvious advantages, especially the Pearl River Delta region, will develop into a world mold production center within ten years. At the same time, in recent years, China has used nearly US $1billion to import molds every year, of which precision, large, complex and long-life molds account for the majority. Therefore, from the perspective of reducing imports, the market share of such high-end molds and hardware tools will gradually increase. In the future, China's mold and CNC tool industry will also rank among the top in the world

the combination of ultra-high energy and ultra short pulse makes the ultra short pulse excitation report point out that Wuhan is one of the major automobile industry cities in China, which has brought a new application direction for production and medical treatment in recent years. The world's leading laser and Optoelectronics exhibition, laser world of photonics, will be held at the Munich Exhibition Center on May, 2013, during which various possible applications will be displayed after the laser pulse time is shortened and the power is increased. At the same time, on May, 2013, the audience will have the opportunity to participate in the optical technology conference held at the nearby Munich International Convention Center. Through six conferences and more than 2500 wonderful speeches, they will learn about the latest technological development

since its emergence, laser has always been the darling of users: it is very accurate, uses highly concentrated energy, and is especially suitable for all kinds of extremely complex tasks. But it also has problems: temperature can seriously damage or even destroy materials and human tissues, which greatly limits its application, but the emergence of ultrashort pulse laser has changed all this. It can send out pulses below the picosecond level, and can cut in or remove materials before overheating

products on the market, especially those at the picosecond level, can now be used in industrial production and are used day and night, said Christof Siebert, senior manager of TRUMPF micro process applications. He will preside over the latest application seminar of short pulse laser system during the conference. The meeting was held in the conference room of hall C2 at 14:00 and 16:00 on May 13, 2013

the continuous development of ultrashort pulse laser is the key exhibition content of hall C1 and C2 in the exhibition area of laser system and production engineering. At the same time, this technology will also be discussed in depth at the laser 2013 conference in production of the optical technology conference

shorter and shorter pulses, increasing power

Siebert said that the current general trend is to increase the average power to optimize productivity and efficiency. The second is shorter pulses to adapt to more sensitive materials, so as to expand the scope of industrial applications

for Dr. Arnold gillner, director of material removal and welding department of Fraunhofer Laser Institute, the technology is mainly developed towards 500W average power. At Fraunhofer, we have launched a prototype of 1kW femtosecond laser, gillner added. Together with Siebert, he will host meetings related to ultrashort pulse lasers. For scientists, the main problem is how to use higher power ultrashort pulse laser for workpiece processing to achieve higher ablation quality. Fraunhofer Institute will introduce two ways to meet the above conditions at the exhibition: an ultra fast scanning system with a beam deflection speed of 300m/s faster than that of simple operation, and a multi beam optical system that enables parallel processing

in addition to feasibility, cost is undoubtedly an important part of recent technological development. For example, an expert from jenoptek pointed out that their goal is to use higher energy lasers to improve productivity and offset the cost of femtosecond laser investment. In terms of performance stability, femtosecond lasers can now operate perfectly 24 hours/7 days. In addition, jenoptek also increased the laser pulse frequency of its D2 disk laser system to more than 500 kHz, and increased the output power by 25%. Jenoptek has also developed a series of new lenses to improve its high-energy laser all quartz lens group

non splitting separation constituent materials

Gyu C. CHO, vice president of IMRA, the leader in the field of ultrashort pulse laser, said that the most suitable field for ultrashort pulse laser is the treatment of transparent materials and extremely hard/brittle materials. Dr. Cho sees new possibilities in this technology. In the past, using traditional laser separation may lead to burning or edge splitting, but the femtosecond laser produced by IMRA generally has an average power of 20W and a pulse power of 50 micro joules, which eliminates this phenomenon. Dr. Cho said that the industries that first benefited from ultrashort pulse lasers included display production and semiconductor and microelectronics industries

There is no doubt that ultrashort laser pulses can be used in all kinds of glass or fragile materials. The thinner and harder glass widely used in intelligence is an example: picosecond lasers such as trumicro Series 5000 are very suitable for cutting glass plates. This technology can avoid tiny cracks caused by diamond or continuous or long pulse laser cutting, explained Christof Siebert, an expert of TRUMPF

the rise of ultrashort pulse laser medical applications

this technology has also brought great benefits to medicine and the end of medical treatment. One of the most important is the use of this technology in refractive cataract surgery, said Dr Matthias Schulze, marketing director of the relevant company. This kind of application has become the fastest-growing technology in medical laser in the past two years. It can ensure higher vision after replacing the intraocular lens. Schulze said. For example, using this technology, you can cut more accurately to correct astigmatism, so that the intraocular lens can fit perfectly. He predicted that in the future: Micro lasers will enable us to use smaller operating tables, while higher laser pulse rate can further shorten the operation time

users often know little about the benefits of technology

at the mikrolas innovation forum, lotse, a consulting company from Munster, explained in its survey report for Rostock Welding Research Institute that it is very important for manufacturers and users to exchange opinions and information through the exhibition. Their investigation found that ultrashort pulse lasers mainly appeared in laboratories and technology development departments. At present, the only application worth mentioning is the picosecond level, said Dr. Josef gochermann, managing director of lotse. The main reason lies in the lack of understanding: potential users of ultrashort pulse laser still know little about the possibility of this technology and the benefits they can get from it. Gochermann explained

laser world of photonics Munich International applied laser and Optoelectronic Technology Expo and optical technology conference will comprehensively show the latest development and potential uses of ultrashort pulse laser, and users can make full use of this opportunity to learn about relevant information

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