In this video we show you how 3D printed speakers are professionally flocked.
In this video we show how a front fairing of a Harley Davidson is professionally flocked. The noble flock from Casati gives the front fairing with its glitter effect a whole new look.
Luke Fellos from Geek Gaming Scenics uses our MINI Flocker Evo to create great model landscapes.
At 8:52, 12:36 and 13:23 you can see how he does it.
We show you how easy electrostatic flocking is. In this video we flock a standard bottle opener. The flocked surface is very colorful and feels fantastically velvet like. You only need our MINI Flocker Evo, a suitable adhesive and of course flock fibers. In this video we use black flock fibers made of polyamide of 0.5 mm length and 1.7 dtex.
Our customer Kempe-Automotive loves his new AIR Flocker Pro and also flocks your parts. Thanks to electrostatic-pneumatic flocking, even difficult 3D geometries such as hollows and recesses can be professionally flocked without any problems.
Our sales manager Michael Raiser introduces our MINI Flocker Evo, the versatile hand-held flocker.
Tabletop gaming master Luke Fellows of Geek Gaming Scenics builds wonderful, deceptively real landscapes.
To recreate lifelike grass,
he uses the MINI Flocker Evo from SCHNIER.
At 12.50 minutes you can see it in action.
SCHNIER flock expert Leonhard Ott shows how to flock a pumpkin with the MINI Flocker Evo.
Flocking expert Leonhard Ott explains the basics of flocking together with Managing Director Olav Schnier.
The FLOCK-o-Skop is the modern successor of the Flock in Spect.
In this video, Olav Schnier and Leonhard Ott explain how the FLOCK-o-Skop works and what it is used for.
The smart-E 209, smart-E 310 and smart-E 510 high-voltage power supplies are specially designed for electrostatic coating. Whether painting, powder coating or flocking, we have the right high-voltage generator.
The melody really comes from the spark of the Tesla coil. The complete music is controlled by a MIDI file. The accompanying music is played by a MIDI sequencer. The melody track controls the Tesla transformer via a modulator with amplifier. The modulator converts the MIDI data into phase, pulse width and firing frequency. The Tesla transformer raises the voltage to several hundred kilovolts and thus generates the sparks that produce the tones. So there are no speakers and no audio/video special effects.
We show and explain the process of electrostatic flocking.