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see how the word bracelet is made in the factory.
There are 8 steps to make a rubber bracelet.
Design the artwork. An artwork includes the information of order number, size, logo style, order quantity and other options like glowing and individual pack. It shows what the bracelet looks like with your message or logo.
Make the mould or film. A mould is needed for debossed, embossed, colorfilled styles. It is made from copper. A film is functioned like a mould but it is for printed wristband only.
Prepare the rubber material. A rubber bracelet is mainly made from silicone rubber, and some other accessories like curing agent which solidify the soft rubber, and Color masterbatch which makes bracelet colored.
Produce bracelets by the mould. As we mentioned before in 2nd and 3rd step, we will transfer the blocks to bracelets by a set of moulding machine of high temperature.
Edge cutting. A semi-product of rubber bracelet has rough edges, we have to cut it off. It is cut by machine.
Color the logo and wording. The bracelet comes out from moulding machine without colors on the logo and lettering. We have to fill the ink or print thebottle opener ink on the bracelet.
Clean the product and packing. As the bracelet has static electricity, dust will be on the surface and hard to move off. We count the quantity by weighting.
) for adult in circumference and 1/4”(6mm), 1/2”(12mm), 3/4”(19mm), 1”(25mm) in width. We make it in 2mm thickness as regular and 1.5mm as thin wristband. The direct way to choose size is to measure the size of your wrist before selecting. If all the above sizes do not fit you, it is available for custom size also.
The first rubber bracelet came into being in 2005. It is a rubber bracelet resisting cancer called LIVESTRONG by Armstrong who suffer from bottle openercancer. He shows us the strengthen and brave facing the disease. From then on, custom rubber bracelet became more popular all around the world.
So let me show you the meaning of different colors.
Band color white stand for making poverty history.
Yellow stand for livestrong.
Black and white stand for standing up and speaking up.
Blue stand for beatting bullying.
Pink stand for supporting knowledge strength.
Blue and white stand for one world one cause
Blue and green stand for say no to sectarianism.