Lifting the shelves may be familiar to everyone, from the medicine cabinets in ancient Chinese medicine stores to the various shelves used in modern shopping malls, to the steel bars in large three-dimensional warehouses or to shelves made of more advanced materials. They are all familiar to people, but there is a deeper level of entry into the professional perspective of the shelf, probably not many people know.
The development of modern logistics is the premise of the emergence and development of three-dimensional warehouses, and is compatible with the development of industry and science and technology. Modern large-scale production has increasingly promoted the socialization, specialization and centralization of industrial production. The high degree of mechanization of production and automation will inevitably require timely, rapid and accurate supply and distribution of materials. This has led to the rapid development of stereoscopic warehouse technology and has become a symbol of high technology in factory design.
For the planning of space, we must first classify and understand the direction of use of each space, and then evaluate its weights in all aspects, and evaluate the weights after comparison. If the storage space is limited and planning and design changes are not possible, then it is necessary to find ways to maximize the utilization of the existing storage space. This puts higher demands on the shelves. The emergence of modern warehouses has driven the development of shelves.