Wooden Door Covering Vacuum Membrane Machine

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Item specifice:

Dimensions: 16000mm*2100mm*2000mm Bed dimension: 5000mm*1300mm Vacuum degree: ≤-0.095Mpa
Actual power consumption: 13KW Voltage: 380v 50HZ Weight: 7.3T

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Wooden Door Covering Vacuum Membrane Machine

TM5000 Film Laminating Machine for PVC Paint-free Door


1.High automation:

The machine is highly automated, easily operated with automatic feeding. Items of processing time, temperature during the process of manufacture, as well as vacuum degree shall be in the control of digital display instrument.

2.Good heat conductivity:

Aluminum plate shall be used for heating system, which is of high heat conduction for higher rate of finished products. 

3.Innovative design: 

The machine TM5000 comes out by our technicians out of properties of PVC film to solve the issue of failure to form and to repair one time by ordinary negative press machine.

4.High configuration: 

The operation of drive system shall be done by chain drive, double reduction gear applied for feeding to avoid piece malposition, which shall lead to product waste; Electrical devices that imported with stable property shall be used for electrical system, equipped with two operating programs of high automation.

5.High working efficiency:

Heating by special craftsmanship on large bench, which highly improve product efficiency and save cost.

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Q:I would like to paint pressed wood on a desk and need some advice on the best way to do it? Any ideas would be great!!!
Make sure that you use a base paint. If this pressed wood is near any water or might get wet, try and find a oil base enamel base paint and this should do it
Q:im 13i dont know how to bench press really so i need step by step infohow much should i start and how much should be averagethis seens kinda silly but im only 13
You're in good shape to be starting to lift at the age of 13. Most bench press bars weigh 45 pounds by themselves, so start with that and work your way up. Make sure you have a spotter whenever you're trying more weight than you're used to. If you can't do 45, work with dumbells until you can (pushups on a regular basis will help too), and just try to keep pushing yourself a little bit more each time (once you can do 3 sets of 10 comfortably, start adding more weight). Ideally, a in shape person ought to be able to bench their own weight at least 10 times, but there is no reason to stop at in shape. Just keep pushing yourself and never quit. The key to being a strong person in the weight room is to do it consistently (at least twice a week and don't work on the same muscle group two days in a row) and constantly push your self to get better. Good luck!
Q:Hello Everyone. Im a 23 year old female and I joined a new gym in which they have a bench press club. All males have to bench press their weight in 8 reps, while the woman have to bench 65% of their weight, 8 reps as well.I was a 3 sport athlete in high school and a collegiate softball player as well. I just graduated in December...I thought I think I wanna live up to the challenge and try to be in the bench press club. I weigh 148 which means I have to bench press 96lbs 8 times. Which doesnt seem like alot the only problem is I dont really know how to I train for this?? I always do cardio everyday, but dont bench press or light weights and its been 5 months since I lifted actively while I was in college playing sports.Granted they do have trainers at the gym, but their arms as as big as my head and I dont want to make myself look like a fool, lol! Can anyone help me??? please?? thanks :)
its very nice you are willing to participate in such a fun and great way to excercise as lifting weights......now to answer your question bench pressing involves 3 major muscle groups working together to lift said weight, those muscle groups being the pectoralis major aka your chest.... Tricep aka the back of your arms.... . Front Deltoid aka the front of your shoulder... improving your bench press weight is NOT that difficult, i would personally recommend selecting a weight you feel comfortable with and start practicing we shall call it....try to learn proper form, how it SHOULD feel in each muscle group to lift the weight to full exstension, once you get proper form down start to gradually add weight as you do this more and more....youll find yourself getting stronger and stronger each time.... i would personally recommend a session of lighter weight/ higher rep 4 sets of 15 lets say on monday and then a session of higher weight/lower rep for friday....doing 4 sets of 6-8 the lighter weight higher rep will improve your endurance while the lower weight higher rep will improve your strength.....make sure using the lower weight and higher weight you should be FAILING at the max reps i suggested, once u hit 8 reps or 15 reps you should be tired....give yourself a 1-2 minute breather and knock out the next set REST IN BETWEEN AND EAT WELL....both very important things hope i helped
Q:Whats the difference between the two? Is bench press better than doing push ups?
Doing push ups works more of the upper back muscles (trapezes or traps) along with the chest, triceps and shoulder muscles including the rear deltoids. Doing push ups you have to balance your weight which also works the ligaments and tendons of the muscles. A free weight bench press is the same as a push up because you have to balance the weight. The free weight bench works everything the push up works except the traps and rear deltoids. FYI: Whenever you can, do free weights. They work your ligaments and tendons along with the muscles because you have to balance the weights while you are pushing or pulling them. In my opinion the push up is better than a bench press because it does work more muscles. This does depend on how big you want to get. Your body weight can only build so much muscle. For me my body weight is enough and therefore the push up is better for me. Someone else may have different goals and of course the push up will not be good enough for them. However, there are creative ways to add weight to the push up to make them more difficult for more challenging goals.
Q:How many times has Her Majesty had to issue gag orders to the press since taking the throne?
She only has to flash the press to make them gag She can only make a request, but, she is highly respected and if any member of the press didn't honor her request and it got out to the people, that person's career would be over.
Q:if i can do 200 lbs on vertical chest press can i do 200lbs on bench ( note. i also dont no if thats what its called but it might be its what ever machine you push foward with both arms 2
Both work the same target muscles. The chest press does alot of the stablising for you so not as many assistant muscles are used. The bench press is a progression of the chest press. When you are able to use the chest press and maintain perfect form then you are ready to progress to the bench press. Because you need more stability when performing a bench press it will be harder and you should find that you can not lift as heavy at first. If you have not used the bench press before start light and make sure you have someone to spot you. Once you have mastered the bench press you can progress to a dumbell press and then to a single arm DB press.
Q:if I do leg presses with about 185 lbs. will that make my legs skinnier or just gain muscle? If that will make me gain then how much should i lift to loose fat?.....thanks in advance!
less weight more reps to burn fat and tone
Q:I'm in need of new mineral fundation, and i have only used loosed before but i'm wondering if pressed powder is better since i used liquid foundation.what do you think?
loose. because wiping the pressed powder sponge around your face will mess up your concealer and give you a cakey look. plus, sponges can be breeding ground for bacteria. try to put loose powder on your fore head, nose and chin only this will mean you look fresh and healthy!! hope this helped
Q:Do press have to contact someone to get on the red carpet or do they just show up with their camera's and accreditation? I have the press release for the premiere i just didn't know if i should let them know I'm coming to the premiere... thanks!
You need to contact the PRO of the event in advance so that he will guide you the right way orelse you may have to face embrasements at times which can be avoided
Q:When i put on concealer can i cover with pressed powder instead of loose?
Loose powder is preferable directly after applying foundation. It is ground finer than pressed and is made to melt into the makeup to help your foundation have longer wear with less shine. Pressed powder it great to touch up with later in the day. Or you can buy a pressed powder that has the coverage of a foundation. It shows cakey for the first few minutes and settles into a nice natural coverage. Hope this helps.....Good Luck!

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