Development of printing technology
- Sep 26, 2018 -

According to historical records, this printing technique has been recorded in the Qin and Han Dynasties. When it came to the Northern Wei Dynasty in the Northern and Southern Dynasties, this process had a considerable scale. During the Sui and Tang Dynasties, the technology became more and more perfect. It has been able to produce high-end products such as “five-color clips” and invented the screen on the hollow version to solve the difficulty of printing closed circle patterns. In the Song Dynasty, the production of clip-on printing was specialized, and printed fabrics were very popular. The folder was introduced to Japan during the Sui and Tang Dynasties; after the Song Dynasty, with the development of maritime traffic, it was gradually brought to Western European countries. On the eve of liberation, roller printing and "slurry printing" were adopted. After the liberation, the printing technology and production have been greatly developed. The lithographic screen printing, rotary screen printing and other mechanized production have been developed. The printing process has been continuously improved. There are special printing, imitation burnt printing, metal foil printing, paint cover printing, With flashing printing, etc., the appearance and inner quality of the fabric have been greatly improved, and printing has become a fashionable element.

One of the traditional decorative techniques of ceramics.

It means that the pattern is printed on the carcass that has not dried out by using a stamp with a decorative pattern. China used the early impressions. In the Spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States Period, hard-printed pottery was widely seen in the south of the Yangtze River; the body tattoos were printed during the manufacturing process, which was different from the pure decorative patterns in the later period. The 隋 generation uses a separate impression to piece together the pattern, that is, the two impressions are arranged in phase. In the Song Dynasty, there was a complete dish-printing pottery, that is, in the process of repairing, the perfect pattern of the pattern was printed on the bowl, so that the printing decoration reached the mature stage; the kiln printing was the highest level representative of the Song Dynasty.