In the production of glass fiber reinforced plastic sculptures for baboons, in addition to the emphasis on raw materials, the glass fiber reinforced plastic processing technology is also very meticulous and professional, and every link is to strive for excellence.

In addition to oil stains and rust spots, according to the requirements of use, mechanical processing and chemical treatment can also be performed. The specific pretreatment content is as follows:

① Degreasing treatment includes two types: physical mechanical method (wiping method, combustion method, spray method) and physical chemical method (solvent degreasing method, lye degreasing method, emulsion degreasing method, and electrolytic degreasing method).

② Derusting treatment includes physical methods (mechanical blasting, shot blasting, artificial, abrasive cloth derusting, etc.) and chemical methods (pickling method, electrolytic pickling method, alkaline solution derusting method, etc.).

③ Phosphating (oxidizing) treatment The main objects of phosphating treatment are: non-ferrous metals and their alloys and steel. For non-ferrous metals and alloys, chemical oxidation, anodic oxidation (aluminum and aluminum alloy), phosphoric acid and chromic acid (zinc and its alloys) are mostly used; most of the steel is phosphoric acid, chromic acid and nitric acid.

Baboon Fiberglass Sculpture

Baboon Fiberglass Sculpture

All in all, the surface pre-treatment of the glass fiber reinforced plastic sculpture before the white embryo coating is an extremely important process. Only by ensuring the quality of the surface treatment can the best glass fiber reinforced plastic sculpture coating effect be obtained.

Baboon Fiberglass Sculpture Craft

Baboon Fiberglass Sculpture Craft

After the surface effect of the glass fiber reinforced plastic sculpture of the baboon is completed, it is necessary to carry out the art of painting and painting. It has been known in China since ancient times and is called Danqing. Commonly used for decorative painting on traditional Chinese architecture. Later spread to the Korean Peninsula and Japan.