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  • SL-PL002 Pen- Zig Zag Writing Tester 


    Application

    This machine is used to test the refill.Draw a Zig Zag at a certain speed to check whether the stitch meets the performance requirements of Clause 3.6 of ISO27668-1.

    Principle:

    This machine simulates the state of writing with a pen. After placing a certain load on the sample, it writes circular marks at a certain speed to check whether the structure and performance of the sample are in good condition.

     

    Parameters:

    Test sample

    Pen

    Road weight

    50g+/-0.5g

    The maximum diameter

    ≤φ23mm

    Sample number

    8pcs/time

    Single rang/Full rang

    1.375 inches /2.75 inches

    Writing speed

    1.0m/min-15.0m/min AdjustableInput the number on touch screen

    Pencil autobiography speed

    0.5-3.0 Turn/min AdjustableInput the number on touch screen

    Line distance

    2.0mm-15.0mmInput the number on touch screen

    Writing angle

    60°~90°Adjustable(with hands)

    Finish testing

    Alarm and sample bounce off paper

    Languages

    English and Chinese

    Control

    7- inch display touch screen

    Motor

    Three sets of Raiser servo motors

    PCL control

    Japanese original Mitsubishi PCL

    Power supply

    Diphasic 220V,20A

      

    Standard:

    This writing tester is made with reference to the requirements of Clause 3.6 of ISO27668-1

    Note:

    Please review video of the writing tester operation as below link:

    https://youtu.be/3mtGI8q6Ti4


    What is zig zag writing?

    The zig zag letters are: v, w, x and z. When writing zig zag letters, remember to keep your lines straight! Watch the video below to learn more about zig zag letters.

     Try writing these letters in the air whilst the video is playing

    How do you write zig zag letters?

    Zigzag letters

    begin to form lower-case letters in the correct direction, starting and finishing in the right place.

    form capital letters and digits 0-9.

    understand which letters belong to certain handwriting 'families' – or letters that are formed in similar ways.

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