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If the customer want to customize the rubber bracelets cheap on the online website , they need to choose the style for their silicone rubber bracelet first . About the style of the silicone wristband , we can provide the debossed colorfilled wristband , embossed printed wristband , printed wristband and so on to the customer to choose . Different styles of silicone bracelet have different requirements for logo . Such as if the customer want to order debossed colorfilled wristband or embossed printed wristband , the thickness of the line of the logo must be 0.3 mm at least . When we choose the style for the wrist band . The next step we need to choose the size for our rubber bracelets . The common size are 202mm (8inches) ,180mm (7inches) and 150mm (6inches) . About the band width , we can provide 6mm (1/4 inch ) ,12mm (1/2inch) ,19mm (3/4inch) and 25mm (1inch) . And the last step , we need to choose the band color . There are solid , segmented , swirled color style for the customer to choose .
Customized silicone bracelets are very easy . It only takes a few steps to customize a silicone bracelet we need .
Color masterbatch is the functional material for colors of the wristband. Pigment, carrier, additive is component of color masterbatch. We add it at the same time with curing agent to silicone plastic. Color masterbatch makes pigment has better dispersion in the product, keep chemical stability and stability of color.
If the logo is colored, the silicone printing ink will be used. Silicone printing ink is suitable for silicone plastic product, the logo will be durable with the ink. What contains in the ink ? They are silicon dioxide, pigment, silicone oil and solvent. When the ink is dried, some of the component will evaporates.
Glowing powder is a kind of rare earth that absorbs and store light energy, and release light in the dark. We will add it to a glowing wristband. The glow light last several hours and it is recyclable.
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