The Technology in the Design and manufacture of Advertising logo?
Technology refers to the method and process of workers using all kinds of production tools to process or deal with all kinds of raw materials and semi-finished products, and finally make them become finished products. The principle of formulating the process is that it is technologically advanced and economically reasonable. Because the factors such as equipment production capacity, accuracy and worker proficiency vary greatly from factory to factory, the processes developed by different factories may be different for the same product; even the same factory may do different processes at different times. It can be seen that, as far as a product is concerned, the process is not unique, and there is no difference between good and bad.
This uncertainty and non-uniqueness are quite different from other elements of modern industry.
1 baking paint: baking paint on the substrate three times primer, four times topcoat, each paint, are sent to the dust-free constant temperature baking room, drying. Baking lacquer is divided into two categories, one kind of low temperature baking paint curing temperature is 140 °- 180 °, the other is called high temperature baking paint, its curing temperature is 280 °- 400 °.
almost all substances do not adhere to Teflon film. Very thin films also show good non-adhesion properties.
1.2. Heat resistance
Teflon film has excellent heat resistance and low temperature resistance. It can withstand high temperature to 300 ℃ for a short time, and can be used continuously between 240 ℃ and 260 ℃. It has remarkable thermal stability. It can work at freezing temperature without embrittlement and does not melt at high temperature.
Teflon film has lower friction coefficient. The friction coefficient changes during load sliding, but the value is only between 0.05 and 0.15.
1.4, moisture resistance
Teflon film surface does not touch water and oil, production operation is not easy to touch the solution, if there is a small amount of dirt, simple wipe can be removed. Short downtime, save working hours and improve work efficiency.
1.5. Wear resistance
under high load, it has excellent wear resistance. Under a certain load, it has the dual advantages of wear resistance and non-adhesion.
1.6. Corrosion resistance
Teflon is almost free from drug erosion and can protect parts from any kind of chemical corrosion.
2.Surface screen printing
screen printing is the tension of silk fabric, synthetic fiber fabric or wire screen on the screen frame, and the screen printing plate is made by hand engraving paint film or photochemical plate making. Modern screen printing technology, is the use of photosensitive materials through photographic plate making method to make screen printing plate (so that the screen printing plate on the part of the screen hole for the through hole, rather than the part of the screen hole is blocked) oil painting, prints, posters, business cards, binding covers, commodity packaging, commodity signs, printing and dyeing textiles, glass and metal and other plane carriers.
3.Thermal transfer printing
thermal transfer is a new method of printing patterns on a variety of materials, especially suitable for the production of a small number of personalized and custom goods, as well as the printing of patterns containing full-color images or photos. The principle is that the digital pattern is printed on the special transfer paper with special transfer ink through the printer, and then with the special transfer machine, the pattern is accurately transferred to the surface of the product at high temperature and high pressure to complete the commodity printing.
Advantages: it is expected that such strong market feedback can be obtained, because the machine has the following advantages: simple folding printing, no damage to folding, accurate folding position, folding picture printing, folding professional application, folding multiple printing.
in sculpture, the cutting or carving of wood, stone or other materials into the desired shape can be called carving. Tools for this purpose are knives, chisels, cones, flat axes and hammers. Hollowing out is a carving technique. The outside looks complete, but the inside is empty or inlaid with small hollowed-out objects. Traditional sculpture is the use of knives, axes and other tools in the wood, stone and other materials for artistic creation. According to the different tools and methods, modern engraving can be divided into chemical etching, electric etching, manual carving, laser carving, marking carving, mechanical carving, roll die carving and so on. 5UV printing: UV printing is the use of UV printer for printing on the surface, UV printer is a high-tech free version of full-color digital printing machine, unrestricted by materials, can be in T-shirts, moving doors, cabinet doors, sliding doors, glass, plates, a variety of signs, crystal, PVC, acrylic, metal, plastic, stone, leather and other surfaces for color photo-grade printing. No need for plate printing, beautiful and rich colors, wear resistance, anti-ultraviolet, simple and convenient operation, fast printing image, fully in line with the industrial printing standard. 6. Luminous: luminous is a kind of non-thermal radiation of light emission, its duration is much longer than the vibration period of light (10-14 seconds).
The thermal radiation of hot objects such as incandescent lamps is different from that of incandescent lamps. The basic properties of thermal radiation do not vary with the properties of the heat body, while luminescence reflects the characteristics of the material. Luminescence is a result of the interaction between external factors, optoelectronic radiation, etc.) and matter. Once the action of the outside world stops, the luminous will also stop, but there is a duration, which is much longer than the vibration period of light (10-14 seconds). This feature was pointed out by the Soviet scientist Vavilov, which can be used to distinguish luminescence from other types of light emission, such as scattering and reflection.
According to the mode of excitation energy can be divided into the following clock cases:
(1)photoluminescence-luminescence caused by external light excited objects. The luminous wavelength is generally greater than or equal to the excited wavelength. Medical x-ray machines use x-rays to excite phosphors to produce visible light.
(2) electroluminescence-the luminous phenomenon of the direct conversion of electric energy into light energy. In the past, it has been called field luminescence, such as the luminescence produced by discharge. Fluorescent lamps are a combination of electroluminescence and photoluminescence: Mercury atoms in the lamp are excited by the discharge of two electrodes, and the ultraviolet rays emitted by mercury atoms are received by phosphors on the tube wall and converted into visible light. TV screens are also electroluminescent.
(3) radioluminescence-luminescence excited by radioactive substances. The luminous paint on a clock or instrument is the use of radioluminescence. They contain phosphors and radioactive substances tritium or radium.
(4) Chemiluminescence-luminescence caused by chemical reaction. The energy released by some chemical reactions, especially oxidation, can excite electrons. For luminescent molecules, this can produce chemiluminescence, such as the chemiluminescence of the compound luminol. Bioluminescence (bioluminescence)-a special form of luminescence that occurs in organisms.
(5)Like fireflies. The luminous efficiency can reach 100%.