Halloween (English: Halloween, the abbreviation of “all Hallow’s Eve”), referred to as “Halloween”. The day before Halloween (all Hallow’s day), that is, October 31 every year, is a traditional festival in the western world. Celebrations are generally held in the evening. It is mainly popular in western countries such as the United States, the British Isles, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. That night, children will put on makeup clothes, wear masks and collect candy from door to door.
On Halloween, the English name “hallow” comes from “halween” in Medieval English, which is very close to the etymology of “holy”. In some areas of Scotland and Canada, the festival of saints is still called “Allhallowmas”, which means mass to be held on the day of commemorating all saints.
In Europe, Halloween is traditionally regarded as the closest time for the supernatural world to the human world. This legend is similar to the Zhongyuan Festival and Yulan festival in East Asia. Anoka, Minnesota, is known as the “Halloween capital of the world”, and a large parade is held at this time of the year.
Additive manufacturing (3D Printing) services for Halloween Bat Masks. Processes include stereolithography (SLA), multi jet fusion (MJF), fused deposition modeling (FDM), digital light processing (DLP) and material poly jet. Materials worked with include aluminum, brass, copper, titanium, ABS, acrylic, nylon, polycarbonate and others. Engineering and industrial design services are also offered. Low production volume is available. Suitable for consumer goods, toys and medical devices. ITAR registered
|Material||thermoplastics, polycarbonate, ASA, nylon12 CF and Ultem® resin|
|Surface Treatment||Custom (Anodized, powder coating, etc.)|
|Main Process||SLA/SLS/FDM 3D Printing|
|Quality Control||Strictly Quality control in the whole process, from material to packing, Coordinate-measuring machine|
|Customized Drawings||Auto CAD, JPEG, PDF, STP, IGS, and most other file formats are accepted|