Customization of festive lanterns is a classic Chinese folk art culture. With its diversified themes, rich forms, and short customization period, its position in the cultural tourism market has gradually improved. However, due to non-standard customization, there is no complete quality system yet. How should consumers distinguish the quality of festive lanterns?
Customization of holiday lanterns uses an internal structure composed of a steel frame and iron wires. In order to save modeling time, some manufacturers do not have enough iron wire density when customizing, which makes the segments not smooth enough. For example, a circle can be composed of 12, 24, or 36 iron wires. The higher the density, the smoother it is. Although the quality of this internal structure does not cause safety hazards, it affects the aesthetics. Consumers can check whether there are corners on the surface when purchasing, which is caused by insufficient segmentation of the internal structure.
Modeling quality refers to the three-dimensional texture, and it is the modeling quality that determines the final exquisiteness of festive lantern customization. Just like the peacock lantern, the high-quality feathers are welded round and round with iron wire, which is very time-consuming to customize. And the poor quality is directly replaced with inkjet cloth. In general, the inkjet cloth is limited to the production of complex characters or patterns, but some abuse the inkjet cloth, resulting in poor overall three-dimensional perception and lack of artistic sense.
The customization of luminous lanterns is inseparable from lighting. If the number of light bulbs is too small in order to reduce the cost when customizing, the lighting will be uneven, and the direct effect is that the light flickers seriously when viewing. However, good quality festive lanterns have certain rules for placing the bulbs. Generally, the bulbs are placed at a distance of 30 cm, and the brightness is appropriate without flickering.
This is the customary method of customizing holiday lanterns in order to save costs. The key is that consumers still have trouble talking. What is the size ratio deviation? In fact, it is to avoid the heavy weight. For example, in the production of panda lanterns, the easy-to-make parts are enlarged and the complicated structure is reduced while the overall size remains the same. This will cause the overall ratio to be wrong, which is top-heavy. Although this cannot be called a quality problem, it affects the viewing.