Printing, a voucher used to seal a document; used to refer to a tax stamp. Sold by the government, posted on contracts, vouchers, etc., as a special kind of printed matter for tax. It also now refers to the pattern printed on the fabric.
The pattern printed on the fabric (with clothing active printing, discharge printing, burnt printing, glue printing, etc.).
1. The process of patterning a dye or coating on a fabric is a fabric print. Printing is a topical dyeing that requires a certain degree of color fastness.
2. One of the important ways of fabric pattern decoration.
As early as in the Neolithic Age, China used the letterpress to print the ceramic pattern. It was used in the seals and seals in the Zhou Dynasty, and even in the Spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States Period. The letterpress printing has been used in fabrics. It has reached a fairly high level in the Western Han Dynasty. The unearthed printed color yarn is a combination of three letterpress printing and painting. During the Sui and Tang Dynasties, a large number of printed fabrics were transmitted to the Western Regions through the Silk Road, and to Japan in the fifth and sixth centuries. At the same time or at the same time as the development of the letterpress printing, another kind of printing method - the embossed hollow version appeared one after another, along with the letterpress printing.