The relationship between other industries in the textile machinery industry

The textile machinery industry is interdependent and mutually reinforcing with many other industrial sectors. For example, the steel for the production of needles requires good elongation, toughness, necessary hardness, rigidity and elasticity, which requires the steel for the metallurgical industry to smelt and roll. The textile machinery needs motors that provide special functions in the motor industry, such as torque motors and stepping motors; high starting torque, high working time rate, textile special motors that can withstand harsh environments; DC motors with variable speed performance and variable frequency motors Wait. The electrical and electronic industry is required to provide high-quality components and more complex automatic control devices and microprocessors and microcomputers that can withstand 8000 hours of continuous operation per year. It is required that the petrochemical industry provide oil-resistant synthetic resin which is invariably deformed in lubricating grease for a long time and is superior to non-ferrous metals, and is used for manufacturing transmission parts, bearings and seals, etc., and also needs various engineering plastics and reinforced plastics with excellent performance. Wood with increasingly scarce resources, or instead of metal to reduce weight and inertia, improve corrosion resistance, wear resistance and other properties. The rubber industry is required to provide various transmission belts, roller wrapping materials, aprons, various cushioning parts, etc., and other mechanical industries are required to provide general-purpose reducers, universal transmission parts, universal clutches, couplings, brakes and other mechanical parts. In addition, new technologies, new materials and new structures developed to meet the needs of aerospace technology, automotive industry and weapon industry, such as high-precision, high-speed rolling bearings, carbon fiber reinforced plastics, micro-compressed air lines and valve parts, hydraulic torque Inverters, hydraulic transmissions, and jet technology have also begun to be used in textile machinery to promote high speed and high efficiency.