Product Name: Pet Basket
Color classification: brown, coffee color, khaki,
Surface material: willow
Applicable objects: General
Applicable size: ultra-small, medium
Three problems that often occur in the processing of willow products
Wicker handicrafts are one of the traditional folk handicrafts with a long history. In ancient times, they were only used as ordinary daily products. They gradually emerged until the end of the twentieth century, gradually became a foreign exchange earning project in some regions. With continuous development, products are constantly being updated updated. More novel, practical beautiful products are displayed in front of us. However, there are still three common problems in the entire processing process of willow wholesale products. Next, pet basket manufacturers Just add less to everyone:
1. In the peeling process of the wicker, there is a problem of too much time effort, which requires higher technology to solve it it can certainly be solved! This also requires us to learn more about automation, so that the production efficiency is greatly improved wicker growers have more profits.
Second, the processing of wickerwork also has problems such as time-consuming. Although the wicker producers who want to have already have good processing efficiency, it is that they are working day night! If there is a machine that can replace some parts of the production process of wickerwork, then it can make wickerwork a major source of income.
3. the perspective of government management private enterprises, some enterprises are generally small in size, low in concentration, scattered in layout, weak in ability to resist market risks; this has caused farmers to have no bottom in the cultivation of willow, which has affected enterprises. Scale.
In order to be able to consolidate develop large-scale production in the Liubian wholesale market, relevant enterprises departments should rely on scientific technological progress grasp the construction of technology platforms. Vigorously introduce new technologies new varieties to achieve new breakthroughs in improving product quality.