XCMG excavator has been awarded the title of "100 high-quality invention patents" through computer-controlled invention patents
XCMG excavator invention patents have been awarded the title of "100 high-quality invention patents"
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Guide: Recently, XCMG excavator invention patent, a method to improve the excavator's excavation handling characteristics and leveling operation characteristics, won the 2012 Jiangsu 100 pieces of high-quality hair, and this enterprise is the title of Guoliang copper Ming patent in Yingjing County, Ya'an, Sichuan Province. The patent belongs to the technical field of hydraulic circuit device, which can make the product coordinate each action in the excavation and leveling operations
recently, XCMG's Excavator invention patent "a method to improve the excavator's excavation handling characteristics and leveling operation characteristics" won the title of one hundred high-quality invention patents in Jiangsu Province in 2012. The patent belongs to the technical field of hydraulic circuit device, which can make the product coordinate and synchronize all actions in the excavation and leveling operations, and reduce the production and maintenance costs while improving the use efficiency and comfort of the excavator. This patent selection is an important measure taken by Jiangsu Province to vigorously implement the intellectual property strategy and stimulate enterprises, institutions and personal inventions. A total of four invention patents in Xuzhou have won the title of high-quality invention patent for steel demand in Jiangsu Province's 100 new material guarantee level improvement project. XCMG excavator is the only construction machinery enterprise in Xuzhou that has won this honor. Since its establishment, XCMG excavator has focused on the market and customers, quickly broke through the technical bottleneck, formed proprietary technology, promoted the transformation and implementation of patented technology, and made every effort to improve the core competitiveness of products