The hottest plastic mold industry in China has gre

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China's plastic mold industry has great potential in the future

in recent years, China's plastic mold industry has developed quite rapidly. At present, plastic mold accounts for about 30% of the whole mold industry. At present, the domestic plastic mold market has the largest demand for injection mold, of which the development focus is engineering plastic mold

the rapid development of China's national economy puts forward higher and higher requirements for the mold industry. Only the automotive industry will need 360000 tons of various plastic products; The annual output of refrigerators, washing machines and air conditioners exceeds 10million; The annual output of color TV sets has exceeded 30million. By 2010, in the construction and building materials industry, the penetration rate of plastic doors and windows will be 30%, and the penetration rate of plastic pipes will reach 50%, which will greatly increase the demand for molds

in the construction and building materials industry, plastic building materials can replace a large number of steel, wood and traditional building materials, and will be more and more used in the future. It is predicted that in 2005, plastic products for construction accounted for 16% of the total output, about 4million tons, so the demand for plastic building materials and molds will grow rapidly. As the country has banned the use of cast iron pipes and replaced them with plastic pipes, it is expected that 80% of the indoor drainage pipes of new residential buildings and 50% of the urban water supply will use plastic pipes in 2010. At the same time, the country is vigorously developing plastic doors and windows. By 2010, the popularity of plastic doors and windows and plastic pipes will reach 30% - 50%, and the market share of plastic drainage pipes will exceed 50%

the recent annual growth rate of the number of molds required by the household appliance industry is about 10%. A refrigerator needs about 350 molds, worth about 4million yuan; A fully automatic washing machine needs about 200 sets of molds, worth 30million yuan for ordinary ball screws; There are 20 sets of plastic moulds for an air conditioner, worth 1.5 million yuan; A single color TV needs about 140 sets of molds, worth about 7million yuan. The color TV mold alone has a market of about 2.8 billion yuan per year. With the fierce competition in the home appliance market, the design of the housing has become an important part of the domestic large-scale aluminum alloy production base, which puts forward new requirements for the color, feel, accuracy, wall thickness and so on. Insiders generally believe that large, precise and reasonably designed injection molds (mainly for thin-walled products) will be welcomed by the market

automobile and motorcycle industry the automobile industry is one of the five pillar industries of China's national economy, with an amazing growth rate, so the potential market for automobile molds is huge. Every type of car needs thousands of molds, worth hundreds of millions of yuan; Nearly 1000 molds of each model of motorcycle are worth more than 10 million yuan. It is estimated that the automobile and motorcycle industry needs more than 10 billion yuan of molds every year, while the manufacturing capacity of large-scale precision molds in China is insufficient. It is reported that at present, almost all the panel dies of medium and high-end cars in China are imported products. Therefore, developing our own high-tech large-scale precision auto panel mold is an important work in the future

therefore, experts predict that in the future mold market, the proportion of plastic molds in the total mold will gradually increase, and the development speed will be higher than other molds

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