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ite. 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. Make the mould or film. A mould is needed for debossed, embossed, colorfilled styles. We make a mould and set it in the machine, the high temperature of about 200℃ will solidify rubber into the sharp of bracelet. A film is functioned like a mould but it is for printed wristband only. It transfer the ink to the surface of bracelet as logo and wording. 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. We will mix these material evered rubber wristbandsnly in a blender. It comes out a ball of rubber. We need to measure it into blocks of almost same weight which as much as the weight of a wristband. Produce bracelred rubber wristbandsets 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. When it cool down, it gets the characteristic of a bracelet, smooth and strengthened. Edge cutting. A semi-product of rubber bracelet has rough edges, we have to cut it off. The rough edge is cut by machine. It will be good. 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 the ink on the bracelet. Different style has different way of printing. Clean the product. As the bracelet has static electricity, dust will be on the surface and hard to move off. So we need to clean the bracelet before packing. We usually wash it with water once. After washing, we will check the quality. Packing and delivery.    

However, wearing the bracelets can backfire. Keep reading to learn about the history of anti-bullying bracelets and tips to prevent bullying. Bullying is a serious problem in many schools. Bullying occurs when someone uses various means to physically or emotionally intimidate or humiliate someone else. Bullying does not have to be physical; in many cases it is mental or emotional, making use of words and other tactics meant to exclude another and make him or her feel bad. There are have been numerous attempts to stop bullying in schools, in an effort to increase the safety of the school environment. However, it can be difficult to address this problem. Anti-bullying bracelets One of the things that was tried in Britain (and also, on a more limited scale in the U.S.) was the use of bullying bracelets meant to help students through a show of solidarity. The yellow Livestrong bands for cancer awareness became a fashion trend, and many others began using silicon bracelets of different colors to raise awareness of different causes. The bullying bracelets are of the same mold. It is possible to make a fashion statement, while sticking up for a cause. And the anti-bullying bracelets were supposed to do just that. In order to give them some cachet, celebrities like Bono from U2 and soccer start David Beckham wore them. The bullying bracelets were supposed help students show that they would not be bullied, and that they would stand by their friends and help prevent their friends from being bullied. However, in the U.K., the plan backfired. The Guardian reported that many students wearing the bullying bracelets became victims themselves. Bullies thought that those wearing the bracelets would make good targets. So, instead of helping students, the bracelets simply marked out more victims for bullies. Avoiding bullies You do not need a bracelet to help stop bullying, though. Efforts to stop bullying really need to start with student efforts, with support from teachers and parents. If you want to avoid a bully, it is often a good idea to consider some of the behaviors that discourage bullying.                 silicone-diabetic-bracelets

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