PriceList for Colorido Roll to roll Textile Printer direct to all fabric printing Supply to Mexico
PriceList for Colorido Roll to roll Textile Printer direct to all fabric printing Supply to Mexico Detail:
- Type: Digital Printer
- Condition: New
- Plate Type: Belt type Economic Digital Textile Printer
- Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
- Brand Name: Digital Inkjet Machine Textile Printer direct to all fabric printing
- Model Number: CO-1024
- Usage: Cloths Printer, All the textile fabric like Cotton, Polyester, Silk, linen etc
- Automatic Grade: Automatic
- Color & Page: Multicolor
- Voltage: 220V±10%,15A50HZ
- Gross Power: 1200W
- Dimensions(L*W*H): 3950(L)*1900(W)*1820(H)MM
- Weight: 1500KG
- Certification: CE
- After-sales Service Provided: Engineers available to service machinery overseas
- Name: Colorido Roll to roll Textile Printer direct to all fabric printing
- Ink type: acidity,reactive,disperse,coating ink all compatibility
- Print speed: 4PASS 85m2/h
- Printing Material: All the textile fabric like Cotton, Polyester, Silk, linen etc
- Print head: starfire print head
- Printing width: 1800mm
- Warranty: 12 Months
- Color: Customized Colors
- Software: Wasatch
- Application: Textile
Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Details:||INDIVIDUAL WOODEN BOX PACKING (EXPORT STANDARD)
|Delivery Detail:||Shipped in 20 days after payment|
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DIY School supplies and room organization for back to school! In this DIY video I show 15 DIY school supplies, room organization and room decor DIY projects for teenagers and kids that’ll get you ready for back to school. DIY projects: owl backpack, emoji bag, galaxy bag, pencil case, binder, notebooks, weekly erase planner are just a few of the awesome DIY school supplies crafts that you will find in this back to school tutorial.
DIY galaxy school bag is a perfect DIY project for those who want to create a cool school bag for notebooks, pencils & other school essentials. You need a black bag or backpack and some white & blue fabric paint. You can buy cheap plain backpack or recycle an old one. I love galaxy DIY projects – so much fun to make, easy and always looking amazing.
To keep your school pencils organized a nice pencil pouch is a must. In this DIY school supplies tutorial I show DIY pencil case or a makeup bag step by step that’ll take 10 minutes to make and won’t cost more than 2 dollars.
Next DIY school supplies are two different DIY paper clips and DIY bookmarks options. For the pretty plastic flowers you need some plastic beads, which you need to bake for a few minutes. Stick the beaded flowers on your paper clips and you get awesome flower bookmarks. You can make super cute bookmarks using ribbon and paper clips too!
In this DIY school supplies we also recycle plain backpack into an adorable DIY owl backpack! We need some felt or normal fabric material to make the cutest owl backpack for back to school. Instead of owl you can make other animals like a cat, bee, bunny. Just have fun with different colors of fabric!
DIY alphabet phone case project? All you need is a plain phone case and permanent markers. Keeping it in line with a back to school theme I decorated mine with a bunch of letters.
One of my favorite DIY projects in this DIY school supplies video is a DIY weekly planner. This DIY planner or erase board makes it easy to keep track of all your school tasks and free time activities. It also looks stunning on your desk or on the wall of your bedroom. A beautiful DIY room decor piece that will keep your life organized.
An awesome desk organization piece is a DIY beaded bowl. This DIY is fun to make and looks amazing. Pour a bunch of beads into an oven proof bowl and bake for a few minutes. You are left with a cool bowl to store small bits and pieces that would otherwise lay around your room.
Pencil holders are a great room decor and DIY desk organization project for storing pens and pencils. We will decorate them with a DIY puffy paint. Puffy paint is so much fun to make and to play with. You can use it to decorate windows, glasses or even make jewellery. I decorated two jars by writing on a bunch of letters and numbers. They help me keep my desk tidy and organized!
An epic back to school DIY room decor is where you make your pencils look like a bouquet of flowers! All you do is stick some artificial flowers on your pencils and put them in a jar or a glass. Such an easy and useful DIY room decor idea for your desk.
This DIY school supplies guide wouldn’t be complete without a DIY emoji school bag! I show how to use a transfer paper to decorate your plain school bag or a backpack with a bunch of emojis! Transfer paper DIYs are so easy to make. You can print out any picture of your choice, quotes, cartoon characters and transfer them to your school bag. I printed out 9 emojis with different face expressions and ironed them on the bag. Perfection!
In this DIY school supplies tutorial I also show two DIY notebooks and a DIY binder! For the first DIY notebook dip your thumb into acrylic paint and then press it on the paper. Add a few details using a black pen and you’re left with an awesome DIY pineapple notebook! Another notebook design is inspired by Instagram! I created an Instagram feed on my pc, printed it out and stick the sheet on my plain notebook to get a DIY Instagram notebook! We also have to decorate and organize a binder. Binders are super practical because you can use them for many different subjects. So you don’t have to carry a bunch of notebooks in your school bag. I show how to keep your binder organised.
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This video describes research at NC State to convert 2D patterns into 3D shapes using only light to trigger self-folding of polymer sheets patterned by a desktop printer.
An additional video may be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKRWZG67dtQ
We are grateful to the DOE and to the NSF for supporting this work.
Transcript: This video describes a simple way to convert two dimensional patterns into three-dimensional shapes. There are many conventional 2D patterning techniques that are simple, inexpensive, and readily available. For example, screen printing is used to print t-shirts. Roll-to-roll printing and inkjet printing are used to print paper. Photolithography is employed in the manufacture of computer chips. All these methods are inherently two-dimensional. Yet, they can be used in conjunction with folding to generate 3D shapes. In this process patterning is employed to define regions on the 2D sheet that will undergo folding. The final 3D shape will be derived from appropriately arranged 2D patterns.
A classic example of folding is the ancient Japanese art of origami, which describes folding (“ori”) of paper (“gami”). Folding also plays an important role in Nature and has found application in various fields of science and technology. For example, there is protein folding, architecture, textiles, engineering, electronics and communication, industrial design, and remote deployment of satellites and solar sails.
A team of researchers at NC State has found a simple approach for converting 2D patterns into 3D objects. The approach is simple and inexpensive. The process requires a pre-strained polymer sheet, which is commercially available. Patterns are drawn on a computer and printed onto the polymer sheet using an ordinary deskjet printer. These sheets can be cut by hand using scissors. The polymer sheets shrink when heated above the glass transition temperature. When we place these sheets under a lamp, the black ink from the printer selectively absorbs the light and converts it into heat locally in the hinge regions. The heat increases the temperature of the sheet under the printed ink. Because black ink absorbs light well, many types of light sources may be utilized including infrared lamps or halogen bulbs.
This video provides visual representation of this thermal process. It shows a cross sectional view of the sheet and it is apparent the sheet gets warmer starting from the top. The portion of the sheet that does not have ink does not get hot. With time the temperature in the sheet underneath the ink increases progressively deeper into the sheet (as well as in areas outside the inked regions). When the temperature inside the film exceeds a certain critical value, the stored strain gets released, which causes the sheet to shrink. Because of the geometry of heating the strain relaxation occurs gradually (starting in the region close to the ink), the sheet folds in the direction towards the heat source. This process is capable of converting a single sheet of polymer into a number of shapes depending on the shape and location of the hinges, as shown in these examples.
In summary, this video describes a simple way to convert 2D patterns into 3D shapes using light and inexpensive commercial polymers. This new approach to self-folding is compatible with low-tech 2D patterning techniques as well as soft materials. This method can be also extended to different sources of light and different substrates. The technique may be useful for both low-tech and high-tech applications including packaging, assembly, electronics, and remote deployment.
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