OEM/ODM Factory for New design UV machine, UV Flatbed printer for large format printing for Belarus Manufacturers
OEM/ODM Factory for New design UV machine, UV Flatbed printer for large format printing for Belarus Manufacturers Detail:
- Type: Digital Printer
- Condition: New
- Plate Type: Flatbed Printer
- Place of Origin: Anhui, China (Mainland)
- Brand Name: COLORIDO- UV printer, Flatbed printer for large format printing
- Model Number: CO-UV2513
- Usage: Bill Printer, Card Printer, Label Printer, ACRYLIC,ALUMINUM,WOOD,CERAMIC, METAL,GLASS,CARD BOARD ETC
- Automatic Grade: Automatic
- Color & Page: Multicolor
- Voltage: 110~220v 50~60hz
- Gross Power: 1350w
- Dimensions(L*W*H): 4050*2100*1260mm
- Weight: 1000KG
- Certification: CE Certification
- After-sales Service Provided: Engineers available to service machinery overseas
- Name: New design UV machine, UV Flatbed printer for large format printing
- Ink: LED UV INK,ECO-SOLVENT INK,TEXTILE INK
- Ink system: CMYK, CMYKW
- Print speed: Max 16.5m2/hr
- Print head: EPSON DX5,DX7, Ricoh G5
- Printing Material: ACRYLIC,ALUMINUM,WOOD,CERAMIC, METAL,GLASS,CARD BOARD ETC
- Printing size: 2500*1300mm
- Printing thickness: 120mm( or customize thickness)
- Printing resolution: 1440*1440dpi
- Warranty: 12 Months
Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Details:||INDIVIDUAL WOODEN BOX PACKAGE(EXPORT STANDARD)
L 1200 *W 1230* H 870 MM 350KG
|Delivery Detail:||Shipped in 15 days after payment|
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Putin shows, off, Russia,’s firepowe,r at ,Victory Day, parade
Vladimir Putin has warned his Russian army can ‘repel any potential aggression’ after 10,000 troops marched through Red Square with a terrifying arsenal of missiles in a military parade.
The annual march in Moscow marks the defeat of Hitler in the Second World War, but the Russian president was using it today to showcase the Kremlin’s modern military might.
Putin was personally taking the salute at the parade involving 10,000 troops and 114 units of military equipment.
The parade gave the first public showing of Tor and Pantsir mobile surface-to-air missile that have been adapted for use in Russia’s Arctic forces, their white-and-black winter camouflage standing out amid the olive drab of other war machines.
‘The armed forces of Russia are capable of repelling any potential aggression,’ Putin told thousands of military personnel.
Plans to send 72 aircraft overhead were defeated by the weather – despite the Kremlin spending £1.3 million to spike the clouds with a chemical cocktail to supposedly guarantee sunshine.
The fly-past was grounded because of low cloud, thwarting Putin’s bid to showcase his air force and honour Russian pilots who have served in Syria.
The Soviet ‘weather changing’ technology successfully prevented rain on Putin’s parade but failed to disperse the thick low cloud so only a display of armoured vehicles and missile systems went ahead.
Putin told the annual commemoration: ‘We will always guard Russia just as you, the soldiers of the Victory, did.
‘And [we will] strengthen the traditions of patriotism, loyally serving the homeland.
‘The lessons of the past war force us to be vigilant and the Russian Armed Forces are ready to repel any potential attack.’
He vowed: ‘There was no, there is no and there will be no force that could ever enslave our people.
‘They fought to the bitter end, defending their homeland, and did what seemed impossible, they turned the bloody wheel of the Second World War back, drove the enemy from our land where it dared to come, crushed Nazism, put an end to its atrocities.
‘And we will never forget that it was our fathers, grandfathers and great-grandfathers who brought the freedom to Europe and the long-awaited peace on the planet.’
The Russian president personally took the salute at the parade. But a fly-past of 72 aircraft was cancelled.
This meant no display by Russia’s Sukhoi Su-30SM fighter jets, which have seen combat action recently in Syria.
A debut Victory Day march was scheduled for schoolchildren in Russia’s new ‘Yunarmia’, a 30,000-strong militarised patriotic movement nicknamed the Putin Youth Army and established by the Defence Ministry.
It was scheduled to begin at 10am in Moscow, 8am London time, with other commemorations held in cities across Russia’s 11 time zones.
On display in Moscow was the the newly developed Tor-M2DT short-range anti-aircraft missile system and the Pantsir-SA surface-to-air missile system, both designed to operate in the Arctic.
The air display included a first outing at the Victory Day event for the Sukhoi Su-30SM fighter jets, which have seen combat action recently in Syria.
On display too were the T-72B3M variant of the T-72 main battle tank.
Russian air force Commander Col. Gen. Viktor Bondarev said: ‘What makes this year so special is that virtually each and every pilot who will take part in the 9 May flyby in Moscow has fought in Syria, is highly decorated, and will showcase skills that will make many countries salivate.’
This year marks the 72nd anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe.
The sombre occasion is a show of respect to the 27 million Soviet soldiers and civilians who died during the defeat of the Nazis.
Many Russians were today honouring the dead in their own families by taking part in marches to the Immortal Regiment, holding pictures of relatives who perished in the war.
Meanwhile, more than 10,000 people waving Russian flags and carrying portraits of Stalin watched tanks roll through Ukraine’s de facto rebel capital Donetsk on Tuesday in celebration of the Soviet Union’s victory over Nazi Germany.
The display of military might used by the Moscow-backed insurgents in their three-year conflict against government forces violated the terms of a long-ignored 2015 peace deal.
Donetsk straddles a demarcation line in the industrial east of Ukraine from which both sides’ big guns were meant to have been withdrawn almost two years ago.
An AFP reporter counted 45 pieces of heavy military equipment – ranging from a lone World War II-era tank to its modern versions used in the current war as well as rocket launchers and anti-aircraft guns – roll through the city’s main street.
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