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■我が国鍛造技術の強み

我が国の鍛造技術は、設備の自動化の進展、徹底した品質管理体制、質の高い技術者の存在などにより、品質、コスト、納期の面で、高い競争力を有している。特に、コスト競争力を得るためには、鍛造品設計技術や加工工程設計技術のみならず、型技術、材料技術、鍛造周辺設備技術などの鍛造プロセス全体の総合的開発能力が必要であり、日々の技術改善努力に負うところが大きい。また、これらのノウハウ等の蓄積・データベース化も進展しており、鍛造品の高精度化ネットシェイプ成形法の開発、鍛造品欠陥の防止、コスト低減の推進等、高い競争力の維持に貢献している。

■鍛造技術力の国際比較

(対アジア諸国)

自動車をはじめとする種々の産業のグローバル展開により、鍛造品の現地生産増。コスト安という優位性は持ちながらも、良質の原材料、素形材の調達が困難なことなどにより、アジアにおける部品調達基盤の弱みが指摘されているが、長期的に見て、調達基盤が改善し、現地調達率が向上すれば、急速に競争力が高まることが予想される。

(対欧米)

精密鍛造技術は、1970~1980年代に日本で開発され、世界に先行していたが、欧米の技術開発は、先行している日本を横目で見ながらなされており、多くの面で追いついてきている。

一方、航空宇宙産業がリーディング産業の1つである米国においては、軽量非鉄金属の鍛造研究が進展している。

■ The Strength of Our Country’s Forging Technology

Japan's forging technology has high competitiveness in terms of quality, cost, and delivery due to the progress in automation of equipment, a thorough quality control system, presence of high-quality technicians, and the like. Obtaining cost competitiveness, in particular, requires not only forging design technology and working process design technology, but a comprehensive development capability of the whole forging process such as mold technology, material technology, and forging peripheral equipment technology, for which daily efforts on technical improvements are largely responsible. The accumulation and database formation of this know-how is also progressing, which contributes to the maintenance of high competitiveness through the development of highly accurate net shape forming method, prevention of forging defects, promotion of cost reduction and others.

■ International Comparison of Forging Technology

(With Asian Countries)

Local production of forged products has increased because of the global expansion of various industries, mainly automotive. Despite the advantage of low costs, the difficulty of procuring high-quality raw material and fabricated material has been pointed out as a weakness of the parts procurement base in Asia. However, in the long term, if the procurement base improves and the local procurement rate increases, the competitiveness is expected to rise rapidly.      

(With Europe and America)

Precision forging technology was developed in Japan in the 1970s and 80s and used to lead the world, but the technological development in Europe and America has been conducted while looking at the leading country, and in many aspects it has been catching up.

Meanwhile, in the United States, where the aerospace industry is one of the leading industries, forging research on lightweight non-ferrous metals is developing.

■ The Strengths of Our Country’s Forging Technology

Japan's forging technology has high competitiveness in terms of quality, cost, and delivery due to the progress in automation of equipment, a thorough quality control system, the presence of high-quality technicians, and other factorsthe like. Obtaining cost competitiveness, in particular, requires not only forging design technology and or working process design technology, but also a comprehensive development capability of the whole forging process, which involves such as mold technology, material technology, and forging peripheral equipment technology to name a few. Much of it is attributed to , for which daily efforts on technical improvements are largely responsible. The accumulation and database formation of this know-how is also progressing, which contributes to the maintenance of high competitiveness through the development of highly accurate net shape forming method, prevention of forging defects, promotion of cost reduction and others.

■ International Comparison of Forging Technology

(With Asian Countries)

LThe local production of forged products has increased because of the global expansion of various industries, mainly the automotive. Despite the advantage of low costs, the difficulty of procuring high-quality raw material and fabricated material has been pointed out as a weakness of the parts procurement base in Asia. However, in the long term, if the procurement base improves and the local procurement rate increases, the competitiveness is expected to rise rapidly.     

(With Europe and America)

Precision forging technology was developed in Japan in the 1970s and 80s,  and the country has been ahead of used to lead the rest of the world in the segment ever since. , bBut the technological development in Europe and America hasve been  developing this technology conducted whileith one eye on  looking at the leading country, and in many aspects, itthey hasve already caught  been catching up.

Meanwhile, in the United States, where the aerospace industry is one of the leading industries, forging research on lightweight non-ferrous metals is developingadvancing.

The Strengths of Our Country’sJapan’s Forging Technology

The forging technology used in Japan's is highly competitive forging technology has high competitiveness in terms of quality, cost, and delivery because of factors such as high due to the progress in automation of equipment, a thorough quality control system, and availability presence of highly -qualifiedty technicians in the country, and the like. Obtaining cCost competitiveness, in particular, requires not only a highly developed forging design technology and or working process design technology, but also a comprehensive development capability of the whole complete forging process, which  involves the use of various technologies such as such as mold technology, material technology, and forging peripheral equipment technology. Most of the development made in these technologies is attributed to , for which daily efforts on technical improvements are largely responsible. The Progress in accumulation and database formation of this know-how the knowledge on forging technology is also progressing, which contributes is helping Japan to the maintain its enance of high competitiveness in this field through the development of highly accurate net shape forming method, prevention of forging defects, promotion of cost reduction, and other such factors.

■ International Comparison of Japan’s Forging Technology

(With Asian Countries)

Local production of forged products has increased because of the global expansion of various industries, mainly especially the automotive industry. Despite the advantage of low costs, the difficulty of in procuring high-quality raw materials and fabricated materials has been pointed out as a disadvantage weakness of the parts procurement base in Asia. However, in the long term, if the procurement base improves and the local procurement rate increases, the competitiveness of the Asian countries is expected to rise increase rapidly.     

(With Europe and the USAAmerica)

Precision forging technology was developed in Japan in the 1970s and 80s,  and the country has been ahead of used to lead the rest of the world in this segment ever since. , but However, the technological development in Europe and America the USA has been conducted while looking at the leading countryhas already caught up, and  in many aspects it has been catching up.

Meanwhile, iIn the United States, where the aerospace industry is one of the leading industries, forging research on lightweight non-ferrous metals is developingadvancing rapidly.

The Strengths of Our Country’sJapan’s Forging Technology

The forging technology used in Japan's is highly competitive forging technology has high competitiveness in terms of quality, cost, and delivery because of factors such as high due to the progress in automation of equipment, a thorough quality control system, and availability presence of highly -qualifiedty technicians, and the like. Obtaining cCost competitiveness, in particular, requires not only a highly developed forging design technology and or working process design technology, but also a capability for comprehensive development capability of the whole complete forging process, which  involves the use of various technologies such as such as mold technology, material technology, and forging peripheral equipment technology. Most of the development made in these technologies is attributed to , for which daily efforts on technical improvements are largely responsible. The Progress in accumulation and database formation of this know-how the knowledge on forging technology is also progressing, which contributes is helping Japan to the maintain its enance of high competitiveness in this field through the development of a highly accurate net shape forming method, prevention of forging defects, promotion of cost reduction, and other such factors.

■ International Comparison of Japan’s Forging Technology

(With Asian Countries)

Local production of forged products has increased because of the global expansion of various industries, mainly especially the automotive industry. Despite the advantage of low costs, the difficulty of in procuring high-quality raw materials and fabricated materials has been pointed out as a disadvantage weakness of the parts procurement base in Asia. However, in the long term, if the procurement base improves and the local procurement rate increases, the competitiveness of the Asian countries is expected to rise increase rapidly.     

(With Europe and the USAAmerica)

Precision forging technology was developed in Japan in the 1970s and 80s,  and the country has been ahead of used to lead the rest of the world in this segment ever since. , but However, the technologyical development in Europe and America the USA has been conducted while looking at the leading countryhas already caught up, and  in many aspects it has been catching up.

Meanwhile, iIn the United States, where the aerospace industry is one of the leading industries, forging research on lightweight non-ferrous metals is developingadvancing rapidly.

■我が国鍛造技術の強み

我が国の鍛造技術は、設備の自動化の進展、徹底した品質管理体制、質の高い技術者の存在などにより、品質、コスト、納期の面で、高い競争力を有している。特に、コスト競争力を得るためには、鍛造品設計技術や加工工程設計技術のみならず、型技術、材料技術、鍛造周辺設備技術などの鍛造プロセス全体の総合的開発能力が必要であり、日々の技術改善努力に負うところが大きい。また、これらのノウハウ等の蓄積・データベース化も進展しており、鍛造品の高精度化ネットシェイプ成形法の開発、鍛造品欠陥の防止、コスト低減の推進等、高い競争力の維持に貢献している。

■鍛造技術力の国際比較

(対アジア諸国)

自動車をはじめとする種々の産業のグローバル展開により、鍛造品の現地生産増。コスト安という優位性は持ちながらも、良質の原材料、素形材の調達が困難なことなどにより、アジアにおける部品調達基盤の弱みが指摘されているが、長期的に見て、調達基盤が改善し、現地調達率が向上すれば、急速に競争力が高まることが予想される。

(対欧米)

精密鍛造技術は、1970~1980年代に日本で開発され、世界に先行していたが、欧米の技術開発は、先行している日本を横目で見ながらなされており、多くの面で追いついてきている。

一方、航空宇宙産業がリーディング産業の1つである米国においては、軽量非鉄金属の鍛造研究が進展している。

■ The Strength of Our Country’s Forging Technology

Japan's forging technology has high competitiveness in terms of quality, cost, and delivery due to the progress in automation of equipment, a thorough quality control system, presence of high-quality technicians, and the like. Obtaining cost competitiveness, in particular, requires not only forging design technology and working process design technology, but a comprehensive development capability of the whole forging process such as mold technology, material technology, and forging peripheral equipment technology, for which daily efforts on technical improvements are largely responsible. The accumulation and database formation of this know-how is also progressing, which contributes to the maintenance of high competitiveness through the development of highly accurate net shape forming method, prevention of forging defects, promotion of cost reduction and others.

■ International Comparison of Forging Technology

(With Asian Countries)

Local production of forged products has increased because of the global expansion of various industries, mainly automotive. Despite the advantage of low costs, the difficulty of procuring high-quality raw material and fabricated material has been pointed out as a weakness of the parts procurement base in Asia. However, in the long term, if the procurement base improves and the local procurement rate increases, the competitiveness is expected to rise rapidly.      

(With Europe and America)

Precision forging technology was developed in Japan in the 1970s and 80s and used to lead the world, but the technological development in Europe and America has been conducted while looking at the leading country, and in many aspects it has been catching up.

Meanwhile, in the United States, where the aerospace industry is one of the leading industries, forging research on lightweight non-ferrous metals is developing.

■ The Strengths of Our Country’s Forging Technology

Japan's forging technology has high competitiveness in terms of quality, cost, and delivery due to the progress in automation of equipment, a thorough quality control system, the presence of high-quality technicians, and other factorsthe like. Obtaining cost competitiveness, in particular, requires not only forging design technology and or working process design technology, but also a comprehensive development capability of the whole forging process, which involves such as mold technology, material technology, and forging peripheral equipment technology to name a few. Much of it is attributed to , for which daily efforts on technical improvements are largely responsible. The accumulation and database formation of this know-how is also progressing, which contributes to the maintenance of high competitiveness through the development of highly accurate net shape forming method, prevention of forging defects, promotion of cost reduction and others.

■ International Comparison of Forging Technology

(With Asian Countries)

LThe local production of forged products has increased because of the global expansion of various industries, mainly the automotive. Despite the advantage of low costs, the difficulty of procuring high-quality raw material and fabricated material has been pointed out as a weakness of the parts procurement base in Asia. However, in the long term, if the procurement base improves and the local procurement rate increases, the competitiveness is expected to rise rapidly.     

(With Europe and America)

Precision forging technology was developed in Japan in the 1970s and 80s,  and the country has been ahead of used to lead the rest of the world in the segment ever since. , bBut the technological development in Europe and America hasve been  developing this technology conducted whileith one eye on  looking at the leading country, and in many aspects, itthey hasve already caught  been catching up.

Meanwhile, in the United States, where the aerospace industry is one of the leading industries, forging research on lightweight non-ferrous metals is developingadvancing.

The Strengths of Our Country’s Forging Technology

The forging technology used in Japan's is highly competitive forging technology has high competitiveness in terms of quality, cost, and delivery because of factors such as high due to the progress in automation of equipment, a thorough quality control system, and availability presence of highly -qualifiedty technicians, and the like. In particular, to achieve Obtaining cost competitiveness, it is very important in particular, requires not only to have a highly developed forging design technology and or working process design technology, but also to have a comprehensive development capability of the whole complete forging process, which  involves the use of various technologies such as such as mold technology, material technology, and forging peripheral equipment technology. Most of the development made in these technologies is attributed to , for which daily efforts on technical improvements are largely responsible. The aAccumulation and database formation of this know-how is are also progressing, which contributes helps in to the maintaining theenance of high competitiveness through the development of highly accurate net shape forming method, prevention of forging defects, promotion of cost reduction, and other such factors.

■ International Comparison of Japan’s Forging Technology

(With Asian Countries)

Local production of forged products has increased because of the global expansion of various industries, mainly especially the automotive industry. Despite the advantage of low costs, the difficulty of in procuring high-quality raw materials and fabricated materials has been pointed out as a disadvantage weakness of the parts procurement base in Asia. However, in the long term, if the procurement base improves and the local procurement rate increases, the competitiveness is expected to rise increase rapidly.     

(With Europe and the USAAmerica)

Precision forging technology was developed in Japan in the 1970s and 80s,  and the country has been ahead of used to lead the rest of the world in the this segment ever since. , but However, the technological development in Europe and America the USA hasve been  developing this technology conducted whileith one eye on  looking at the leading country, and in many aspects, itthey hasve already caught  been catching up.

Meanwhile, in the United States, where the aerospace industry is one of the leading industries, forging research on lightweight non-ferrous metals is developingadvancing.

The Strengths of Our Country’s Forging Technology

The forging technology used in Japan's is highly competitive forging technology has high competitiveness in terms of quality, cost, and delivery because of factors such as high due to the progress in automation of equipment, a thorough quality control system, and availability presence of highly -qualifiedty technicians, and the like. In particular, to achieve Obtaining cost competitiveness, it is very important in particular, requires not only to have a highly developed forging design technology and or working process design technology, but also to have a capability for comprehensive development capability of the whole complete forging process, which  involves the use of various technologies such as such as mold technology, material technology, and forging peripheral equipment technology. Most of the development made in these technologies is attributed to , for which daily efforts on technical improvements are largely responsible. The aAccumulation and database formation of this know-how is are also progressing, which contributes helps in to the maintaining theenance of high competitiveness through the development of a highly accurate net shape forming method, prevention of forging defects, promotion of cost reduction, and other such factors.

■ International Comparison of Japan’s Forging Technology

(With Asian Countries)

Local production of forged products has increased because of the global expansion of various industries, mainly especially the automotive industry. Despite the advantage of low costs, the difficulty of in procuring high-quality raw materials and fabricated materials has been pointed out as a disadvantage weakness of the parts procurement base in Asia. However, in the long term, if the procurement base improves and the local procurement rate increases, the competitiveness is expected to rise increase rapidly.     

(With Europe and the USAAmerica)

Precision forging technology was developed in Japan in the 1970s and 80s,  and the country has been ahead of used to lead the rest of the world in this segment ever since. , but However, the technological development in Europe and America the USA hasve been  developing this technology conducted whileith one eye on  looking at the leading country, and in many aspects, itthey hasve already caught  been catching up.

Meanwhile, in the United States, where the aerospace industry is one of the leading industries, forging research on lightweight non-ferrous metals is developingadvancing.

■我が国鍛造技術の強み

我が国の鍛造技術は、設備の自動化の進展、徹底した品質管理体制、質の高い技術者の存在などにより、品質、コスト、納期の面で、高い競争力を有している。特に、コスト競争力を得るためには、鍛造品設計技術や加工工程設計技術のみならず、型技術、材料技術、鍛造周辺設備技術などの鍛造プロセス全体の総合的開発能力が必要であり、日々の技術改善努力に負うところが大きい。また、これらのノウハウ等の蓄積・データベース化も進展しており、鍛造品の高精度化ネットシェイプ成形法の開発、鍛造品欠陥の防止、コスト低減の推進等、高い競争力の維持に貢献している。

■鍛造技術力の国際比較

(対アジア諸国)

自動車をはじめとする種々の産業のグローバル展開により、鍛造品の現地生産増。コスト安という優位性は持ちながらも、良質の原材料、素形材の調達が困難なことなどにより、アジアにおける部品調達基盤の弱みが指摘されているが、長期的に見て、調達基盤が改善し、現地調達率が向上すれば、急速に競争力が高まることが予想される。

(対欧米)

精密鍛造技術は、19701980年代に日本で開発され、世界に先行していたが、欧米の技術開発は、先行している日本を横目で見ながらなされており、多くの面で追いついてきている。

一方、航空宇宙産業がリーディング産業の1つである米国においては、軽量非鉄金属の鍛造研究が進展している。

The Strength of Our Country’s Forging Technology

Japan's forging technology has high competitiveness in terms of quality, cost, and delivery due to the progress in automation of equipment, a thorough quality control system, presence of high-quality technicians, and the like. Obtaining cost competitiveness, in particular, requires not only forging design technology and working process design technology, but a comprehensive development capability of the whole forging process such as mold technology, material technology, and forging peripheral equipment technology, for which daily efforts on technical improvements are largely responsible. The accumulation and database formation of this know-how is also progressing, which contributes to the maintenance of high competitiveness through the development of highly accurate net shape forming method, prevention of forging defects, promotion of cost reduction and others.

 

International Comparison of Forging Technology

(With Asian Countries)

Local production of forged products has increased because of the global expansion of various industries, mainly automotive. Despite the advantage of low costs, the difficulty of procuring high-quality raw material and fabricated material has been pointed out as a weakness of the parts procurement base in Asia. However, in the long term, if the procurement base improves and the local procurement rate increases, the competitiveness is expected to rise rapidly.      

 

(With Europe and America)

Precision forging technology was developed in Japan in the 1970s and 80s and used to lead the world, but the technological development in Europe and America has been conducted while looking at the leading country, and in many aspects it has been catching up.

Meanwhile, in the United States, where the aerospace industry is one of the leading industries, forging research on lightweight non-ferrous metals is developing.

The Strengths of Our Country’s Forging Technology

Japan's forging technology has high competitiveness in terms of quality, cost, and delivery due to the progress in automation of equipment, a thorough quality control system, the presence of high-quality technicians, and other factorsthe like. Obtaining cost competitiveness, in particular, requires not only forging design technology and or working process design technology, but also a comprehensive development capability of the whole forging process, which involves such as mold technology, material technology, and forging peripheral equipment technology to name a few. Much of it is attributed to , for which daily efforts on technical improvements are largely responsible. The accumulation and database formation of this know-how is also progressing, which contributes to the maintenance of high competitiveness through the development of highly accurate net shape forming method, prevention of forging defects, promotion of cost reduction and others.

 

International Comparison of Forging Technology

(With Asian Countries)

LThe local production of forged products has increased because of the global expansion of various industries, mainly the automotive. Despite the advantage of low costs, the difficulty of procuring high-quality raw material and fabricated material has been pointed out as a weakness of the parts procurement base in Asia. However, in the long term, if the procurement base improves and the local procurement rate increases, the competitiveness is expected to rise rapidly.     

 

(With Europe and America)

Precision forging technology was developed in Japan in the 1970s and 80s,  and the country has been ahead of used to lead the rest of the world in the segment ever since. , bBut the technological development in Europe and America hasve been  developing this technology conducted whileith one eye on  looking at the leading country, and in many aspects, itthey hasve already caught  been catching up.

Meanwhile, in the United States, where the aerospace industry is one of the leading industries, forging research on lightweight non-ferrous metals is developingadvancing.

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