Crayons - 1) First hot paraffin (wax) arrives at the crayon...

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1) First hot paraffin (wax) arrives at the crayon making plant. 2) Then, heated machines mix the paraffin (wax) with pigment, or color. 3) The hot, waxy liquid is poured into crayon molding tables. 4) Cold water travels through tubes in the molds to cool the wax down. 5) A scraper takes away all of the extra cool wax. 6) The crayons are pulled out of the machines and inspected. 7) Finally, a machine adds labels and crayons are shipped to stores. Edwin Binney and C. Harold Smith are the founders of the Crayola company which produces a variety of safe art products used by millions of children around the world. Their ingenious ideas have helped the Crayola company to become known throughout the world as one of the top producer of crayons and other art products. Their company has changed the way the world looks at art. Some of the world's most famous artists probably started their careers with a box of Crayola crayons. Because of their company, millions of children and adults can enjoy drawing and coloring and creating beautiful works of art. Thanks Edwin and Harold!
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