2016 New Style 3003 Aluminum Plate for Germany Importers
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3003 Series Aluminum Plate Specifications
3003 Aluminum Plate Features
♦ This series aluminum plate is anticorrosive and its production technology is good.
♦ The main ingredient in it is manganese element and the content is between 1.0% and 1.5%.
3000 Aluminum Plate Applications
As a result of it good property in anti-corrosion, this series aluminum plate is commonly used in moist environments like air conditioners, refrigerators, the bottom of cars.
3000 series aluminum Plate are widely used in construction,decoration,pipe, packing,automobile,air condtioning,pot,containers,refrigeration,electrical and electronic products, etc.
With Plain, five bar, stucco, diamond, or mirror surface process, Or coated with PE, PVDF, BRUSH etc. There is (CC) cold rolling and (DC) hot rolling Line.
|plate||3003||O H12 H14 H16 H18||0.3-0.5mm,
|Kithenware,food /chemical processing storage device|
|3004||thin aluminum plate work pieces,
Building equipment ,storage device
|3105||Baffles ,cap ,etc.|
Jinding is a professional manufacturer and supplier of 3003 aluminum plate based in China. We also offer aluminum coil, aluminium slit coil, aluminum sheet, coated aluminum coil, diamond aluminum tread plate,and more. Whenever you have a need for any of our products, please feel free to contact us.
Learn how to make five different snowflakes using aluminum cans, glitter, die cuts, and punches. paper, acetate, glitter, scor-tape double-stick adhesive, zyron, paper punches and dies in the vagabond die-cutting machine. They are all very simple techniques and even if you don’t have the same tools and toys as me, perhaps you’ll find a new technique, tool or maybe something that sparks an inspiring idea that you can apply to your own craft!
#1: Snowflake made from an aluminum soda pop can
#2: Snowflake made from Acetate with color applied
#3: Three-Dimensional Cut and fold Snowflake
#4: Chunky Glitter applied using xyron
#5: Glitter applied using double Stick adhesive
Here is a list of some of the items that were used along with some links:
Tim Holtz Vagabond Machine
Tim Holtz Sizzix Bigz Die & Texture Fades Layered Snowflake
EK Tools Large Snowflake Punch
Spellbinders Spectacular Spin Die
Thin die (Unknown Brand)
Opalina Glitter (unknown brand)
Chunky Silver Glitter (unknown brand)
Viva 3-D Stamp Paint – Violet Metallic
Recollections Starry Night Paper
Recollections Signature Metallics Paper
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists
Scor-Tape (this is an awesome double stick adhesive! Especially great for journal covers and spines. It is a very strong adhesive!) http://scor-pal.com/scor-tape
Your patience and understanding is greatly appreciated as I work through the learning curve of putting these videos together… along with some computer challenges too. Parts have been cut out that i thought would be too boring to endure in ‘real time’ … hopefully not too much!
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I’m participating the hashtag event titled #LoveWinterArt for December 2015 (9th -13th) through the Creative Arts Collaboration (CAC) group! Be sure to check out the other amazing artists making a contribution to the event. Their videos can be seen on the CAC Playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWIliupmkUxNzi59mtv6qHpJmO-uQRfPR I was so excited to participate in this event and after deleting all of my original videos after putting this together I discovered that all my enthusiasm for this event was cut out in the editing process!!! (my first video/demo is actually the last in the line up and I failed to cut the introduction and put it in the front). I’m very sad about that and sorry I can’t put it back in. I have a lot to learn about video editing …. and about giving tutorials. Please be patient with me through this process of learning.
I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (https://www.youtube.com/editor)