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The Innovation And Development Direction Of Welding Technology
Jan 24, 2018

All the developed countries in the world attach great importance to the development and innovation of welding technology. American and German experts discuss the role and development direction of 21st century welding. Agreed that:

(1) welding (to 2020) will still be an important manufacturing technology, it is a precise, reliable, low-cost, and is the use of High-tech connectivity materials. There are no other ways to apply more widely to metal connections than welding, and to add greater added value to the products being welded.

(2) Welding technology (including connection, cutting, coating) now and in the future, there are the most likely to successfully process all kinds of materials into the market of the preferred processing methods.

(3) Welding is no longer a "call process", it will be gradually integrated into the product life cycle, from the design, development, manufacturing to the maintenance, recycling stages.

(4) Welding will be considered to improve the product life-cycle cost, quality and reliability is a vital means, but also to improve the market competitiveness of products have an important contribution.

All the major industrialized countries in the world attach great importance to the role of welding research institutions, and basically form the three-level research and development system of University Institute enterprises. The major industrialized countries have established welding institutes such as the British Welding Institute (TWI), the Edison Welding Institute of the United States (EWI), the French Welding Institute (FWI), the Japan Connection and Dissolution Institute (JRWI), the Barton Welding Institute in Ukraine (PEWI), Welding Institute of the University of Aachen, Germany (ISF) and the German Welding Society (DVS) are distributed throughout the welding research and Training Center (SLV) and so on, and Korea's Welding Research Center is located in the Korean Institute of Modern Science and Technology (KAIST) Korea Industrial Production Technology Research Institute Kitch. They all belong to national welding research institutions.

In recent years, the development of welding technology in foreign countries can use the following examples of industrial robots, welding new power and laser welding technology and other development processes to briefly explain the importance of the combination of production and research. After the first international global oil crisis in 1972, Japan began to introduce and absorb American robot technology in order to improve its competitive position in the international market, and the Government supported the development of its industrial robot industry, and the government offered tax concessions to the manufacturers of domestic robots. Soon several technical strong electronic/electrical company transformed into Japan's industrial robot backbone enterprises, such as Yaskawa (motor), Panasonic (electrical), Fanac (CNC) and so on. In the 15 years from the 1970s to the end of 80, Japan's industrial robots rapidly developed and surpassed the United States as the world's industrial robot production and application of the "Kingdom", 2004 has 356,000 types of robots, accounting for the world's total of 42%. Japan's auto industry is also the most applied robot industry, creating its price competitive advantage. South Korea in the late 1980s began to vigorously develop industrial robotics, under the government's funding and guidance, led by the modern heavy industry group, to the late 1990s spent 10 years to form their own industrial robot system, the current Korean automobile industry in large number of applications of domestic robots, And already has Korea's complete set of automobile welding robot production line to enter China. China since the 1980s, the state has invested hundreds of millions of yuan of funds, spent nearly 20 years, but because the work is too academic, so far even a mass production of Chinese independent intellectual property rights of industrial robots are not established, forming a huge contrast.