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Samane Sazan Business Development Co. IRAN, 2012-2019 info@ssbd.ir

in Persian “Samane” Means the System and “Sazan” means Makers. Samane Sazan is an e-commerce, internet Business Maker and Digital Marketing Brand in iran, which has been registered with the name of Samane Sazan Business Development Company. The field of activity of the company is: E-commerce, business intelligence, software engineering, website design, IT engineering, computer network engineering and networking activities, electrical engineering and electronics, as well as design and graphic design of professional advertising packages. The company has formed a gathering of Iranian specialist youths and has completed successful projects in Iran and abroad. The goal of the company is to create successful and healthy businesses for human beings and it is our pleasure to be able to keep our customers happy. The service is divided into 5 departments that you can see. These 5 departments are the Department of Electronic Commerce Engineering, Department of Software Engineering, Department of Computer Networks Engineering, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Department of Design and Graphics and etc. Please contact us at +98(912)0207437 and +98(902)8888092 Phone Number or info@ssbd.ir or info@samanesazan.com E-Mail for any kind of consulting, ordering a new project or guidance on carrying out the projects.





E-COMMERCE

store and services website, crm software, onlone applications

E-commerce is one of the new ways of generating income in the new era, with the platform of Internet, website and mobile technologies, by creating store or service websites, mobile apps, computer software and etc., as well as an expert review of the demand market across The world of business intelligence, artificial intelligence and Digital marketing can be a successful business by using search engines on the Internet, such as Google, Bing, Yaho and etc., or high-quality social networking sites. By using highly specialized e-commerce, Samane Sazan can launch a successful online business to you or boost your current business. Please contact us at +98(912)0207437 and +98(902)8888092 Phone Number or info@ssbd.ir or info@samanesazan.com E-Mail for any kind of consulting, ordering a new project or guidance on carrying out the projects.

SOFTWARE

Programming, Software, Application, weblog and Website Design, Portal

E-commerce is one of the new ways of generating income in the new era, with the platform of Internet, website and mobile technologies, by creating store or service websites, mobile apps, computer software and etc., as well as an expert review of the demand market across The world of business intelligence, artificial intelligence and Digital marketing can be a successful business by using search engines on the Internet, such as Google, Bing, Yaho and etc., or high-quality social networking sites. By using highly specialized e-commerce, Samane Sazan can launch a successful online business to you or boost your current business. Please contact us at +98(912)0207437 and +98(902)8888092 Phone Number or info@ssbd.ir or info@samanesazan.com E-Mail for any kind of consulting, ordering a new project or guidance on carrying out the projects.

Computer Networks

computer network design, network security, routing, voip, cctv, traffic control, virtualization

E-commerce is one of the new ways of generating income in the new era, with the platform of Internet, website and mobile technologies, by creating store or service websites, mobile apps, computer software and etc., as well as an expert review of the demand market across The world of business intelligence, artificial intelligence and Digital marketing can be a successful business by using search engines on the Internet, such as Google, Bing, Yaho and etc., or high-quality social networking sites. By using highly specialized e-commerce, Samane Sazan can launch a successful online business to you or boost your current business. Please contact us at +98(912)0207437 and +98(902)8888092 Phone Number or info@ssbd.ir or info@samanesazan.com E-Mail for any kind of consulting, ordering a new project or guidance on carrying out the projects.

Lattice Working

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Lattice working (Moshabbak) is a kind of decorative work which is performed on the surface of metals like gold, silver, copper and etc. Moshabbak means making holes. This word has been derived from Arabic infinitive of Shabaka and it means lattice work. Like other methods which are applied in metal industries, the antiquity of this artistic style goes back to the humanʼs first experiences realted to metals like iron and copper. Since primitive men found the formability of these metals, they could create lasting works by the aid of their talent and creativity. Nowadays, lattice working or metal inlaid working is more prevalent in COMPANY and Tehran. It is done in the manner that after selecting metal plate proportional to the type of artistic work which he wants to make, the craftsman divides it into definite parts then he transfers the design on the metal surface by design copy maker. In order to prevent it from being wiped during the cutting, he embosses the main lines on the metal surface by semi-shape steel chisel. This action, in addition to keeping the design, causes that jigsaw moves easily on the designed lines. In the next step, based on the thickness of used sheet and delicacy of design, a jigsaw proportional to the cut point is used. Sheets which are used for lattice working can have different thicknesses such as 8mm sheet and thinner, 1mm sheet, 2mm sheet and etc. Those parts of the design which must be cut, first are drilled by a drill so that the jigsaw can pass through it. Having cut the pieces, prepared pieces are filed and washed and put beside each other based on the original design. Different products are made and decorated by this method, but since proper space ought to exist for sawing, lattice working is done more on flat surfaces and in the next steps these pieces are riveted together in order tro make the desired object. Different kinds of metal boxes, boards, censers, and the pieces installed on entrance doors and metal blades on mourning flags are made by this method.



Tile Making

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The art of making earthenware mud bricks with a layer of colored glazed designs and patterns to cover all kinds of surfaces of a construction is called tile making. Tile is an earthenware object which its width and length is different and has a lalss and smooth side and it is used not only as decoration but also moisture insulation in the construction. The word Kashi (tile) has derived from the name of Kashan City which has been well- known as the center of tile making and pottery industry since the early Islamic period. Tile has a long antiquity and is among the improvements and changes which human has achieved in the field of brick making. The first time that colored bricks were used in buildings is not clear but the samples which have been discovered in Eilam from second millennium B.C are among the first discoveries in this field. Among the works which have been built in this way in plateau of Iran we con name the buildings located at Persepolis and Susa. Tile Working was revived during Abbasid Caliphs period and after wards. According to Professor Pope, for the first time glazes tiles were used in the dome of Ghazvin Jame Mosque in the 12th century A.D but as soon as this style was initiated, it developed quickly and within a few generations all buildings were covered beautifully with tile working. Primary tiles were made more with a simple colored galze with geometry shapes in the brick background but following this trend patterned tiles were made in the late 12th century A.D. Tile working is performed by two main methods of Moaragh (mosaic) and seven-color. Of course Zarinfam (golden) tile, Moaghali tile and etc. are other kinds of tile working which are much less used. Moaragh tile is one of the simplest and the most beautiful methods for covering the construction. In this method, after baking raw mud-brick in the kiln, the surface of tile is glazed with colors like blue, turquoise, green, yellow and etc. and is baked in kiln again. Then, the design in question is drawn on the paper and after being glued on the tile, extra parts are removed by an adze to obtain glued on the tile, extra parts are removed by an adze to obtain the desired design of the tile. Following it, all cut and filed pieces are matched together proportional to their designs and colors so that there is less empty space between them. The cut pieces are arranged on the ground to gain general design then from the back and by a metal mesh and grout it is formed as one piece, then it is prepared to be installed on different parts of the building. Gue to hardship of making this type of tile, seven- color tile was made to cover the whole building with colored and patterned tiles in less time. For making seven- color tile, according to the size of design, raw tiles are baked and arranged beside each other then the design is transferred by charcoal dust on the surface of tile and having painted its entire surface, it is coated by white glaze which becomes pellucid after being baked. Designs used for seven-color tile include prayer niche, flowerpot, rosette, geometric shapes and different kinds of bird and animal designs. Nowadays it is seen that white ceramic is used instead of painting and coloring on raw mud-brick then the design is created on it by silk print, which technically it is far different from traditional tile making not only in terms of color and glaze but also quality.









Calico work

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Calico work is an art which produces colored mould cloth used as table cloth, table cobers, prayer rug, bags, etc. and which is formed by printing on a cotton cloth. Production of colorful designs and printing on the cloth by moulds had apparently been created in the 4th century A.D. in india and from there to Alexandria. Printing on the cloth was evolved in Iran during the Sassanid Dynasty and new techniques were initiated in decoration of wwlen and cotton clothes. This art was extended generally in COMPANY during the Safavid period. Calico worker is also locally called “chitsaz” because in the Persian language the word “chit” means printed cloth. The method which is used today by most calico workers in COMPANY is called 4 color stamp (black, red, blue, yellow), which has been substituted for brush and color since long because of the high level of production. In order to prevent transformation of the mould, the quality of the wood is from pear tree wood. In calico printing, the cloth, in the first stage, is cut according to the desirable shape and form and the surrounding fibers are spun. The colors are mainly from herbal pigments, which is the main reason for the stability of the color. For example the black color is obtained from walnut skin, the red color from some kind of powder jade stone and the roots of madder, the blue color from azure and the grapeʼs essence, the yellow color from the skin of sweet pomegranate, the green color from sweet pomegranate, beside a sticky material like gum tragacanth. After being colored by means of wooden stamps and the obtained colors, as we said, the extra colors are washed away from the surface of the work which is locally called “Sahrakary”. During the washing process the red color which is more vaporizable is fairly faded. In order to revive the red color the clothes are boiled in cauldrons containing pomegranate skin and madder. Having passed this process, in order the make the background of the cloth more vivid, they are floated in cauldrons of cold water and pomegranate skin. This causes the background of the cloth to lose its color while preserving all the colors of the cloth surface. Color stability indicates the quality of the produced product; therefore, we can easily realize the quality of the quality of the calico work by rubbing a damp white tissue on the cloth.




Wood Carving

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The art of creating embossed designs on the surface of wood via cutting and removing the design background by metal tools is called wood carving. Wood carving is one of the worthiest Iranian traditional arts particularly from the time of Arabs domination on Iran. Some wood carving designs are also observed in Persepolis works. There have been five to then wood carving designs based on geometric designs, parallel grooves, arabesque, khtayy and tholth calligraphies in Iranian style in the Islamic middle period. In the Safavid Period, wood carving like other Iranian arts was accomplished leading to creation of lots of masterpieces. There are some mosques in COMPANY from the Safavid Dynasty the doors of which have remained safe and untouched. In this artistic style the craftsman transfers the design in the form of real leather or charcoal powder to the surface of the wood then creates the perigheral lines around the design by means of tools like half round chisel and flat-head chisel … and then carves it by removing the background. The depth of the carving depends on the application of the object, the thickness will be a few millimeters but if it is a wooden mould for calico printing the depth can be up to five cm. Carving is usually done on kinds of wood which are strong and have no knots such as walnut, pear and ebony trees and some kinds of forest trees. Pear tree wood is used for fine works, but for larger works or wooden statues, walnut- tree wood is used which has been sunk in oil because the oil is absorbed by wood, making its surface softer for carving. The wood on which carving is done is firmly fixed by a clamp so that the chisel may move on it very easily. Different chisels are used for different parts of the work- piece, so that the wooden design might be as similar to the original as possible. Having carved the background and having reached the desirable thickness, the tiny carving operations are done on the embossed parts by means of tip of a chisel or a sharp knife used for delicate works and then the work-piece is polished by sand stone. This action is traditionally called multilevel work. Finally the entire work surface is glazed by oil or a coat of polyester so that the wood may not crack by the lapse of time and may resist against moisture.





Wood Inlaid Working

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Wood Inlaid (Moʼaragh) is the art of substitution of the different parts of a design by colored pieces of wood and integrating them with each other in order to decorate the surface of a tableau or other wooden understructures. Although the beginning of the emergence of this art is unknown, but it seems that India is the main birthplace of this art. The origin of wood inlaid working in Iran has stemmed from the art of inlaid working on tile which has emerged in the late llkhani Period and after Timurid Period. Lexically Inlaid (Moʼaragh) means a set comprised of tiny pieces joined together to form a mechanism. In wood inlaid working, according to the delicacy and complication of the design, different pieces of wood with a high variety of colors and also shell, bone and metal are used in order to improve the quality of the manifestation of the work. In order to implement the job, the design is stuck to a three- ply piece of board and based on its lines all the pieces are numbered, then very carefully cut by means of a coping saw and every piece is used as a pattern for cutting desired wood. The three-ply board is connected to the main piece of wood by very tiny nails in such a way that after sawing round the wood, the pattern board and the wood may be easily separated. Having completed the design, the background can also be filled with wooden texture or colored polyester. In COMPANY the background like the design is substituted with colored woods. Finally the work is polished so that a smooth surface is obtained. In order to fill the spaces among the cracks, wood glue and filler with the same color as that of the work is used. The cleaner the cutting of the different parts of the design, the better the work- pieces are arranged next to each other with less crack space. Moreover factors such as coloration, disappearance of the glue trace and nailed points and the strength of the understructure are very important in the valuation of the work. The object which has undergone inlaid working is covered by a coat of clear polyester in the final stage. Wood Inlaid working has different kinds such as wood inlaid- wood carving (Moʼaragh-Monabat) and wood inlaid working (moʼaragh-Khatam). These are two techniques in which the objects undergone wood inlaid working process are also decorated by combination of wood carving or inlaid (Khatam) pieces.









Inlaid Working

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Inlaid is a cover obtained from getting a thin layer of tiny and equilateral pieces of colored wood with a thickness of 1.5 mm together with triangular pieces of brass and bone. Inlaid working is one of the top arts in COMPANY and there is no evidence who has first created this artifact but its principles are based on mosaic work which has a long history not only in Iran but also all over the world. According to Professor Pope this art is the art of mosaic work, but with colored wood and bone which is also called Khatamband, with the difference that in inlaid working tiny pieces of wood, bone and metal are prepared during a long process and are put side by side very regularly and delicately and in the form of geometrical shapes and after having been cut in layers are stuck on the wooden background by wood paste. The ancient inlaid workings like Quran bookracks or works of arts remained in palaces indicate the antiquity of this art in the city of COMPANY and particularly in the reign of Safavid. In COMPANY inlaid maker (Khatamkar) first of all cuts the colored woods such as jujube, orange, betel mut, ebony, etc. in the form of a tape with a length of 60 cm and leaves them to get dried. For high quality works, the bones are also used in a way that first, taes of camel bone are put in limewater for about 3 months so that their color becomes fully white. In the first stage of cutting, the wood and bone tapes are cut and filed in such a way that a clean and triangular cross section is obtained which is traditionally called hexagon star (Shesh). These tapes beside the brass tape which has become completely similar to wood and bone pieces through wiredrawing are put side by side in the form of a colorful and regular layout by a layer of glue. The prepared hexagon stars are fastened with a thread so that while drying, they may be stuck together very tightly. This action continues until a complete flower with a height of 60 cm is obtained. Having prepared several flowers, they are put side by side between two boards and the spaces between them are filled with glue or wood paste, then they are made as a monolithic piece under a press. Now it is called rod of inlaid work (Qameh). Then the craftsman cuts layers with a thickness of 1.5 mm from the surface of Qameh by coping saw which is called plate (Lengeh). Having prepared the understructure via carpentry, the inlaid works are stuck on the background of the work through special glues and by heating based on their design, color, shape and dimensions. After priming, rubbing and restoring the surface of the work, the inlaid work is prepared and finally it is covered by a layer of lacquer. The finer and stronger the prepared piece of inlaid working, the more its value, especially if it is made of the high quality material. In some cases gold and silver are used instead of brass. The inlaid objects are sensitive to heat and humidity and in the case they are not of high quality, when adjacent to such elements they will be peeled off the surface of the object.







EMBOSS WORKING

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Engraving on metal receptacles made of copper, brass, gold and silver by hammer and steel chisels is called emboss work-ing. Emboss working is a decorative method that ancient men in,novated when they recognized metals existed in the nature and discovered how to work with them. Nowadays, emboss working is one of the traditional artistic fields in Iran which is placed in industrial-art category and inthe metalworking group. This art of a millennium antiquity is one of the artifacts which is still practiced in COMPANY with all of its related methods and styles. At first the object to be embossed is covered with bitu-men; the thickness of bitumen must be as much as it can keep the form of the object and prevent from making a hole init while hammering. After covering the work piece with bitumen, the design is copied on the body by rubbing a piece of cotton smeared with soot that afterwards the sooted design is con-verted into a shallow carving with tip of a particular chisel. Inperforming mental designs, these are done without prepared plan. Then the design is engraved with half length tipped chisel, full length tipped chisel and polisher tipped chisel. Chisels like Gorsoom, Yekto, Nimvar, Nakhoni,Badami,etc. When the engraving is finished, bitumen is removed by heating and extra bitumen is cleaned. Finally, engraved surface is smeared withvarnish then it iscovered with soot so that the background and cavities of the work gets black. This kind of em-bossing is the simplest and at the same time isthe most common method. Inthe niello engravingor Jondeh Kari re-moving bitumen is done duringtwo steps in away thatatfirst thesurface ofwork iscovered with bitumen then some parts of the design are engraved by a chisel of Jondeh Kari.After re-coating the work with bitumen, the embossed partsatthe back ofthe workare engraved again. Embossed copper products are presented inred color or coated with a layer of silver or gold. One of the professions dependent on emboss working is whitesmithery in which a layer of tin coats the redsurface of copper oryellow surface of brass to convert their color into white. The master of emboss working useswhitesmithery in order to makewhite the objects produced in this way.At first the work piece is tinned then it is embossed. The delicacy of design, uniformity of the whole body surface and exact manipulation of the design are the advantages of a good and lasting embossed work piece.


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