Browse > Home / / Flash Dealer Personalized Jump Drive

Flash Dealer Personalized Jump Drive

Sunday, August 16, 2009 Posted by One-4-All

Personalized Jump Drive What are you thinking about that picture? Do you think it is a bracelet? If you think that image is a bracelet, you have a big mistake. It's not a brace;et, but it's a Personalized Jump Drive. Jump drive or in more famous name is flash drive, are a tools that was used for transporting and transferring computer files. I am sure that you are usually saw it. In your office, your home or another place. I think you are using jump drive too. Yes, i am using it too. Many people are use a flash drive too. But if i look up for their flash drive or jump drive, it was have a standar design. Sometime i feel boring with standard design. I will look a different style if i want to buy another jump drive. So it will look a personalized. Get a different people with the others.

But where i must looking for it? The answer is Yes, it is a jump drive dealer in the world. It is a great USB jump drive dealer. For example look up for above picture, it is a great personalized jump drive design right? people will not recognize that it is a jump drive, especially if it use in people wrist will be look like a bracelet. I am really love it., as a great USB flash drive dealer, have a lot of a personalized jump drive design. You can also order a jump drive with your own design, for example use your own logo in jump drive body or your shape design. With over 80 styles and style combinations available, has the drive to best fit your needs. There are a several design that available in that dealer.
Personalized Jump DrivePersonalized Jump DrivePersonalized Jump Drive
Personalized Jump DrivePersonalized Jump DrivePersonalized Jump Drive

Flashdealer have a several technique to make a personalized jump drive, with Screen Printing / Silk-Screening, Hot Stamp, Laser or Foil Stamp, 4-color Process, Laser (Engraving) tehcnique.
  • Screen Printing / Silk-Screening

  • An image is transferred to the printed surface by ink, which is pressed through a stenciled screen and treated with a light-sensitive emulsion. Film positives are put in contact with the screens and exposed to light, hardening the emulsion not covered by film and leaving a soft area on the screen for the squeegee to press ink through. Also, you must create a different screen for every color you are going to print, and then screen each color separately allowing drying time in-between.

  • Hot Stamp

  • Setting a design on a metal relief die or plate, which is then heated and pressed onto the printing surface to achieve a deboss.

  • Laser or Foil Stamp

  • Applying metallic or colored foil imprints to vinyl, leather or paper surfaces. Usually with a deboss.

  • 4-color Process

  • A system where a color image is separated into 4 different color values by the use of filters and screens (usually done digitally). The result is a color separation of 4 images, that when transferred to printing plates and printed on a printing press with the colored inks cyan (blue), magenta (red), yellow and black, reproduces the original color image. These four colors can be combined to create thousands of colors just as your computer printer does.

  • Laser (Engraving)

  • Imprinting method by which art or lettering is cut into a material by a laser beam that vaporizes the portion exposed through openings in a template. developed a personalized flash drive for Kidde Aerospace and Defense. The product looks just like a real fire extinguisher, except that the top pulls off to reveal a USB flash drive!
Personalized Jump Drive give a solution if you are not an expert in design, but you want to have a personalized jump drive. can always provide you with a Pre-Production Samples of the product you are ordering.
Interest to make your personalized jump drive and become a different people than the others? i think you should try this thing.

Best Regard


My XDA Blogspot on August 16, 2009 at 9:30 PM said...

this is flash drive...

the lounge on August 16, 2009 at 11:45 PM said...


Post a Comment