Crayon Manufacturing

Crayon Manufacturing - Crayon Manufacturing A STEP BY STEP...

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Unformatted text preview: Crayon Manufacturing A STEP BY STEP APPROACH Basic Steps Basic Steps • • • • • • • • Wax arrives at crayon making plant Heated machines mix wax with color The wax is then poured into molds Water travels through molds to cool wax Crayons are pulled out of molds Labels are applied to crayons Machines sort the loose crayons Finally the crayons can be shipped off Crayon Wax Is Stored Here Crayon Wax Is Stored Here Melted Wax Travels Through Melted Wax Travels Through These Pipes Into The Plants The Coloring Pigment The Coloring Pigment The Coloring Powder Is Added The The Melted Wax Enters The Mold The Melted Wax Enters The Mold Process The Excess Wax Is Removed The Excess Wax Is Removed The Crayons Removed From Mold The Crayons Removed From Mold Close­Up Close­Up Labeling Process Labeling Process Waiting For Packaging Waiting For Packaging Multiple Sorting Machines Multiple Sorting Machines Close­Up Close­Up Retail Packaging Retail Packaging What You Buy What You Buy Image property of coloringpagefun.com Uses With Crayons Uses Pressure Variations Pressure Variations Vary the pressure on a crayon by pressing hard or lightly to create a deeper or lighter color. Oodles of O’s Oodles of O’s Hold a crayon upside down and roll it between the fingers to make small circles. Stripe Design Stripe Design Tape several crayons together. Then make stripes or plaids, or multiple lines with an easy stroke. Etching Etching Cover a thick layer of crayon with a dense layer of black crayon. Use a paper clip or toothpick to scratch lines through the top layer to reveal colorful layers underneath. Butterfly Technique Butterfly Technique Lay an unlabeled crayon on a piece of paper. Grasp it in the center and rotate it. Texture Rubbing Texture Rubbing Place a piece of paper on top of your material.Rub over the paper with the side of an unwrapped crayon. Ready To Color ? Demonstration of Techniques Demonstration of Techniques Some Personal Projects Some Personal Projects Just Look How Much Fun You Just Look How Much Fun You Can Have With Crayons ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course CMST 2061 taught by Professor Unknown during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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