20 A Visit To The TV Set Factory

A Visit To The TV Set Factory

Posted on July 2, 2010 by team

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Have you ever been interested in television set manufacture? Today you have a chance to know how your best friend was produced.

Such plastic granules are delivered to the factory to produce plastic components of TV sets.

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They are mixed in a special machine.

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Further the granulated material goes to this pressing shop.

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Pressing machines.

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A press mold is filled up with liquid plastic.

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A ready frame goes further…

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… where its is stamped with a logo.

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In the next shop the press machines are more sophisticated.

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Nearly all the work is done by the machines.


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20 Responses to “A Visit To The TV Set Factory”

  1. Archy Bunka says:

    A. Bunka here. Number one there Meathead.

  2. Archy Bunka says:

    I still got my Zenith.

  3. Byron76 says:

    Preety nice pictures! Russia has from ever a state of the art technology and industry and continues to develope.
    Greetings from Argentina!

    • Ivana Benderova says:

      Enjoy the post Byron. Because in 1 hour and .15 minutes Alemania will demolish “El Diego” y los niños, and Equipo Argentina will return to home in a shameful discrace, and embarrassment. Arriba El Alemania… carajo!”

    • Ivana Benderova says:

      Byron, in exactly 1 hour, el diego and los ninos will be soundly defeated by der motherland. Start crying now, and have a wonderful day.

  4. Papa Carlo says:

    Nice to see. I thought TV production still functional only in Far East countries.

  5. Chris says:

    Ummm, this is not Russian technology.

  6. Rangoon says:

    Boring pictures.

  7. six-string samurai says:

    the size and cleanliness of the factory is impressive!

  8. Kirov (REAL) says:

    some of that stuff is Russian high-technology.

    • nebulu says:

      There is no russian technology here. It is Philips or LG tv sets assembly line. All the manufacturing machines you see here are made in Japan or in Germany.
      The only thing russians do here is just connecting wires by hand…

  9. YJ says:

    What monopoly brand is it.

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  11. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Looks like Samsung.

  12. Adam Adamant says:

    Story already ran a few months ago…

  13. too much vodka says:


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