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mobile, hardware, motorcycle and wristwatch to experience rapid growth in the process. Te diecasting businesses began to flourish.


In the last 20 years, the diverse development of the diecasting


industry has helped China go from a large diecasting country to a diecasting power. Except for Jiangsu Province, Zhejiang Province and Shanghai Municipality, Guangdong Province and Chongqing Municipality have experienced the fastest growth, with their numbers of diecasting plants and their production capacities continuing to grow. As China’s diecasting industry advances, so does its diecast-


ing equipment industry, at an even faster pace. What follows is a review of the 13 milestones in the history of China’s diecasting equipment industry. Te milestones are as follows: • During the 10th Five-Year Plan period, the Ministry of Science and Technology included “Research and Devel- opment around Cold- and Hot-chamber Diecasting


As China’s diecasting industry advances, so does its diecasting equipment industry, at an even faster pace.


Machines for Magnesium Alloys” in the national list of scientific and technological tasks.


• During the 10th Five-Year Plan period, the Ministry of Science and Technology included “Research and Devel- opment around Large-scale Diecasting Machines for Magnesium Alloys (3,000 Tons)” in the national list of scientific and technological tasks.


• In October 2001, during Shanghai International Indus- trial Exposition, the Model DCC1600 Diecasting Machine for Magnesium Alloys, a machine developed solely by a Chinese business, was revealed to the public for the first time (as the result of a state-funded scientific or technological task).


• The Model DCC2000 Diecasting Machine for Magne- sium Alloys was successfully developed.


• In Shenzhen, a base was set up under the auspices of the state for the industrialization of diecasting machines for magnesium alloys and for the production of such machines for sale overseas to earn foreign exchange.


• In 2001, a task force was set up in Shenzhen to promote the cooperation on magnesium alloy industrialization and appli- cation among three cities on both sides of the Taiwan Strait.


• In 2002, a special program was launched in Shenzhen to provide funds to the effort to industrialize the diecasting equipment industry.


近20年来,压铸产业多元化发展带动中国由压 铸大国向压铸强国转变。除江苏、浙江、上海之 外,广东、重庆发展最快,压铸厂数量及产量持续 增长。


伴随着中国压铸业的进步,中国压铸装备也得到 快速发展,以中国最大的压铸装备生产企业——香 港力劲集团的标志性发展为着眼点,总结出中国压 铸装备十三大“里程碑”事件。它们分别是: • “十五”期间科技部将《镁合金冷、热室压铸机


伴随着中国压铸业的进步, 中国压铸装备也得到快速发 展,以中国最大的压铸装备 生产企业——香港力劲集团 的标志性发展为着眼点,总 结出中国压铸装备十三大“ 里程碑”事件。


研究开发》列入国家科技攻关计划。


• “十五”期间科技部将《超大型(3000吨)镁合 金压铸机研究开发》列入科技攻关计划。


• 2001年10月上海工业博览会期间首次向世界展示 了具有自主知识产权的DCC1600镁合金压铸机( 国家科技攻关成果)。


• 成功研发出了DCC2000镁合金压铸机。 • 国家级镁合金压铸机产业化及出口创汇基地落户 深圳。


• 2001年,两岸三地镁合金产业化及应用工作组在 深圳成立。


• 2002年,深圳市设立专项资助压铸机产业化项 目。


• 2003年起,力劲集团成为日本爱信精机的主流设 备供应商。


• 2007年,全国金属热成型标准化分技术委员会落 户深圳。


• 2007年,美国通用公司首次向中国企业订购数十 December 2015 FOUNDRY-PLANET.COM | MODERN CASTING | CHINA FOUNDRY ASSOCIATION | 55


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