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- Sep 26, 2018 -

Transfer printing

First, the pigment is printed on the paper by printing method to make transfer printing paper, and then the color is transferred to the fabric through high temperature (heating and pressing on the back of the paper), which is generally used for chemical fiber fabrics, characterized by bright colors and fine layers. The flower pattern is realistic and artistic, but the process is currently only applicable to a few synthetic fibers such as polyester. The transfer printing process is simple, the investment is small, and the production is flexible. It is currently popular in the market... But to be honest, the transfer printing and other types of printing are compared, the price is higher, but there is a certain grade~~

Discharge printing

(Drawing and dyeing) dischargeprint (discharge printing) is dyed with dyes that are not resistant to the dyeing agent. After drying, the printing is carried out with a dye dye containing a discharge agent or a dye-resistant agent at the same time. The ground color dye is destroyed and achromatic, forming a white pattern on the ground or a colored pattern formed by dyeing the flower dye. Also known as white or color pull.

Reduced printing

The process utilizes the difference in chemical resistance properties of different fibers in the interlaced or blended fabric, applying a stripping agent to partially remove one of the fibers in the fabric by a printing process, and retaining other fibers to form a translucent pattern. Also called burn-out printing or burnt-out printing.

Shrink print

By using a printing method, a chemical which can expand or contract the fiber is locally applied to the fabric, and by appropriate treatment, the difference between the fiber at the printing portion and the fiber at the non-printing portion is caused to be expanded or contracted, thereby obtaining a product having a regular uneven pattern on the surface. Such as pure cotton printed seersucker using caustic soda as a bulking agent. Also called concave and convex printing.

Flat screen printing

The printing mold is a polyester or nylon mesh (flower plate) fixed on a square frame and having a hollow pattern. The pattern on the flower plate can pass through the color paste, and the pattern without the pattern closes the mesh with a polymer film layer. When printing, the stencil presses the fabric, and the stencil is colored with a squeegee, and the squeegee is used to reciprocate the squeegee to make the color paste pass through the pattern to reach the surface of the fabric. The flat screen printing has low production efficiency, but has wide adaptability and flexible application, and is suitable for small batch and multi-variety production.

Rotary screen printing

The printing mold is a cylindrical nickel screen having a hollow pattern, which is installed in a certain order above the rubber belt of the circulating operation, and can rotate synchronously with the belt. When printing, the color paste is input into the net and stored at the bottom of the net. When the round net rotates with the guide belt, the scraper and the flower net which are pressed against the bottom of the net are relatively scraped, and the color paste reaches the surface of the fabric through the net pattern.

The rotary screen printing is a continuous processing, with high production efficiency, and has the advantages of roller and flat screen printing, but there are certain limitations in the fineness of the pattern and the richness of the printing color. Remember: the choice of rotary screen printing in color and color has certain limitations.

Pigment printing

Also known as paint printing, since the pigment is a water-insoluble coloring matter, it has no affinity for fibers, and its coloring is achieved by coating of a polymer compound (adhesive) capable of film formation and adhesion to fibers. Pigment printing can be used for the processing of any fiber textile. It has superiority in the printing of blended and woven fabrics. The process is simple, the chromatogram is wide, the flower shape is clear, but the hand feel is not good and the rubbing fastness is not high.

Zinc printing

A pattern of printing is obtained by scribing a pattern on the zinc plate, covering the fabric, and scraping the color paste. This method is suitable for printing large flower or thick fabrics such as headscarves, towels and the like. Instead of hand-engraving the flower plate, a chemical etching process is sometimes used.

Roller printing

A process for printing on a fabric with a copper cylinder engraved with a concave pattern, also known as a copper roller printing. The engraved roller is referred to as the flower tube. When printing, firstly make the surface of the flower tube stained with color, and then use a sharp and flat scraper to scrape off the surface color paste of the unembossed part of the flower tube, leaving a color paste in the concave pattern. When the flower cylinder is embossed on the fabric, the color paste is transferred to the fabric to be printed. Each flower tube is printed with a color paste. If a plurality of flower tubes are mounted on the printing device at the same time, the color pattern can be continuously printed.

Digital printing

Digital printing is a printing made with digital technology. Digital printing technology is a high-tech product integrating mechanical and computer electronic information technology with the continuous development of computer technology. It first appeared in the mid-1990s, and the emergence and continuous improvement of this technology. It has brought a new concept to the textile printing and dyeing industry. Its advanced production principles and means have brought an unprecedented development opportunity for textile printing and dyeing.

Spray printing

A printing method in which a dye-containing liquid is sprayed onto a fabric by a liquid-containing sprayer through a patterned mesh opening or a pattern-cutting space. Also known as spray printing. In the 1970s, a spray printing method controlled by an electronic computer program was developed, in which a plurality of combined ejection openings intermittently ejected various coloring liquids to form patterns of various colors, mainly for carpet printing.