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How Is The National Flag Printed?
Sep 26, 2018

   In fact, the production of the flag is not as simple as we think, it also needs to go through dozens of complicated processes to complete. Among them, the most important six processes are printing, steaming, washing, flattening, cutting and ironing. All the procedures are completed accurately and then subjected to strict quality inspection. carry out.

  To print the national flag, the first thing you need to do is to spread the dyed cloth on the assembly line in the printing and dyeing workshop, and then use the pre-made five-star version to paint on the piece of cloth. After brushing, the hot air delivered by the hot air pipe under each case can be dried in a certain period of time before entering the second process.

  The second process is to steam in a large steamer. After about 18 minutes, the wine red color gradually turns into a bright red color. After the washing in the washing workshop, the red flag becomes More vivid. After printing, these flags should be placed in this place to dry, and after drying for a while, they can enter the cutting and sewing workshop and start to iron. After the ironing is finished, we will sew, check the size, cut and sew it. In the future, check, box, and storage.

  After so many processes, the flag is finally completed, so what kind of flag is qualified? One is that the size of the flag must be correct, the star position is also right, the surface should be clean, the flag surface should be clean, and there is no dirt, scraping, and smashing. We don't have first-class products, second-class products, and all the first-class products, the rest are unqualified, and are not allowed to leave the factory.

  It seems that the production of a national flag also requires close coordination of all aspects, and strict implementation of operational standards can be successful, and ultimately it can appear in various large-scale activities, as well as in the hands of institutions, schools and ordinary people.