(Second-hand textile equipment) Information: my country's textile industry is in a critical period of transformation and upgrading. In just a few years, a large number of new mechatronics textile equipment has been emerging, which has been welcomed by users. But it is also undeniable that the overall situation of the textile industry is slightly depressed after a period of continuous development and growth. As a part of the textile industry, the situation of textile machinery is not optimistic.
In order to reverse the unfavorable situation and strengthen the development momentum, my country's textile machinery industry needs to solve the following three problems. Problem 1: Mechanized imitation At present, domestic textile machinery equipment still has a big gap with foreign equipment in terms of stability, failure rate and reliability. Compared with the general half-month running-in period of foreign equipment, domestic equipment often takes several months or even more than half a year, and the failure rate is still high.
In addition, the author once heard a sales manager of a textile machinery factory describe their process of developing a comber. First, a cotton spinning factory was surveyed and mapped a relatively advanced comber at that time, and then it took less than half a year to manufacture a comber. Comb machine and put it on the market. This may be exaggerated, but it also reflects from the side that some domestic manufacturers only imitate mechanically, without the process of digestion, absorption, investment, and research. How can they produce high-quality machines? In fact, in the environment of global division of labor, independent innovation is a comprehensive process that includes system integration, processing equipment and technology, and management level. The gap between my country's textile machinery equipment and foreign countries is not only the gap of technological invention Talent, management and other all-round lag. Question 2: One-sided exaggeration of product functions In order to obtain orders and seize the market, some textile machinery companies have unilaterally exaggerated the functions of the equipment by configuring accessories and equipment that do not meet the original design requirements, and selling the highest level achieved during the experiment as a normal indicator.
Taking the spinning automatic doffer as an example, some machines claim that it takes 3 to 4 minutes for each row of yarns to doff the yarn, and the end retention rate promises to exceed 97%, but the actual yarn doffing takes an average of more than 4.5 minutes and the end retention rate is less than 96%. The author has gone through some enterprises, and the response is that the overall performance of the new equipment purchased fails to meet expectations due to the poor quality of the components and equipment. The maintenance work is very heavy, and the consumption of machine materials is much higher than expected. This invisible loss is huge.
This disguised fraud is irresponsible to users, and even more irresponsible to oneself. In addition, in the process of introducing new products and equipment of my country's textile machinery to the market, there are still insufficient standard operations. It is understood that the new equipment exhibited by textile machinery companies at the European International Textile Machinery Exhibition will be put on the market after at least two years of testing in the experimental factory or the factory of the company that cooperates with it.
At present, there are still many domestic spinning mills who, intentionally or unintentionally, regard cotton spinning mills directly as experimental factories, and use lower-than-market prices as bait to sell newly designed but untested equipment. The problem is that the prototype is not equal to the commodity. The prototype has not been subjected to fatigue tests such as reliability, stability, failure rate, etc. for a long time in the experimental factory or the affiliated spinning mill. It is often put on the market in a hurry. If the maximum efficiency is not obtained, the risk will eventually be transferred to the user factory, which will cause the user to spend a lot of manpower and material resources. Problem 3: The equipment can't keep up with the main engine. Some textile machinery factories have irregular designs, do not focus on innovation, and do not understand the functions, materials, and processes of each component in terms of R&D equipment, or how to transform samples into practical products that satisfy users. etc. to consider issues such as system coordination.
First of all, the quality of key components is not up to standard or improper selection, and the processing and assembly accuracy cannot meet the design requirements. The quality of equipment and components directly determines the quality of the whole machine. Equipment configuration is not in place, there is no standard, only according to the price agreed with the customer, the price is high, the configuration is good; the price is low, the configuration is poor.
Secondly, the technology of textile machinery equipment and its related supporting technology lags behind. According to the author's understanding of the textile market, there are currently three lags in the following aspects: First, the lag of equipment after high production of equipment is more prominent; second, the maintenance method of high-end equipment cannot keep up with the requirements; third, the focus of high-speed new equipment maintenance and fueling specifications lag. Third, the supporting technologies related to the craftsmanship are not in place, so that the craftsmanship cannot be truly stable for a long time.
Textile machinery factories are often used to mainframe production, and seldom study the production technology and software of popular products on the market. In fact, in some cases, it is not that the performance of the equipment is not good, but that there is no reasonable process configured according to the customer's raw materials. Therefore, to a certain extent, the textile machinery factory should also employ first-class textile technicians to assist in the design of the textile machinery.