Semi-Automatic Automatic Labeling Machine for Bottles,Wine Bottles,Plastic Bottles
1.High accuracy and high speed, dispensing & labeling automatically printing date on the bottle at the same time
2.Suitable for labeling round bottle in different sizes.
3.Composed by main body, sending paper, receiving paper, bottle orientation etc parts.
4.Putting the bottle to orientation part by manual and fix the bottle;
5.all metal are made of 304 stainless steel with surface finishing and special treatment, which we can guarantee you very good quality
6.Small size labeling machine, very easy to operate
1.Label width: 10-180mm
3.Products Diameter: φ15mm-φ160mm
4.Products Heigth: 20mm -300mm
5.Max Outside diameter of label roll: φ240mm
6.Inside diameter of label roll: φ76mm
7.Max Labeling speed:10 m/min
8.Accuracy of labeling:±0.5mm
9. Coding Machine max line : 5 line , 16 words / link ( including 48 word dies )
10.Power: 220V 50Hz 300W
11.Machine Dimension: 920mm x 420mm x 500 mm
12. Machine Net Weihgt : 45 KG Gross weiht : 75KG
1.PLC, Motor ,Cylinder & Electric Eye can be changed for free within 1year,freight collect.
2.Other parts can be changed for free within 2years,freight collect.
Snow is particularly joyful in how it transforms everything it coversThe brightness of its white forces the iris in your eye to shut way down, and suddenly everything that isn’t snow is in silhouette or defined by shadow. The world becomes a high-contrast graphic representation of itself. This distillation of form allowed me to focus on painting pure motion in relation to the winter landscape.
This film is composed of approximately 2,250 watercolor paintings on paper. It is a kind of winter companion to my film “L’Eau Life,” although here the water is frozen and therefore much easier to paint — because painting snow mostly means leaving the paper white.
The music is by Shay Lynch, and wonderfully captures the endless cascade of the montage while giving the film a kind of emotional elegance in spite of its vaudevillian pratfalls.This film and essay originally appeared in my blog The Animated Life in the New York Times, Opinion.
Little Donkin is a company founded by Kate and Andrew in 2013 and launched in October 2014 with the aim of making and selling wooden toys that children will love. Andrew makes the toys from his workshop in Brixton, South London, with the help of his wife, Kate, and son, Leo.
They commissioned me to make a video telling the story of how the company came to be, which I shot and edited at the start of 2015. Next in the pipeline is a stop-motion animation featuring the Little Donkin toys!
To learn more about Little Donkin and to purchase the toys go to littledonkin.com.