Different Classifications Of Printed Cloth
- Sep 26, 2018 -

According to the printing material, it can be divided into glue, water slurry and heat transfer.

1, glue. As the name suggests, it is to use the chemical oil to adjust the color, brush to the clothes, there will generally be a hand, will stick hands, there will be a taste.

2, water slurry. It is also printed with chemical oil, the difference is that the dye penetrates into the fabric, there will be no feel, only suitable for light-colored fabric printing.

3. Transfer printing. Using transfer paper as a medium, using high temperature, the color on the transfer paper is sublimated into a gaseous state and then transferred to the fabric.

Fabric printing

From printing paste: watermark, offset, silicone printing, transfer printing, (electrostatic flocking is also considered printing)

From the printing method: Taiwan version, garden network, flat net

Different fabric components, different process requirements, printing, printing, and other factors take different printing methods.

I hope to understand.

The printed cloth can be divided into transfer printing and infiltration printing according to different processes.

According to the different process equipment of printing, it can be divided into:

1) Hand-printed cloth. Including batik, tie dye, tie, hand-painted, hand-printed plate printing and so on.

2) Machine printing cloth:

A, roller printing.

B, screen printing. (including flat screen printing, rotary screen printing)

C, transfer printing cloth.

D, other printed cloth: inkjet printing, electrostatic printing, hot flower, burnt-out, anti-dyeing, discharge, flocking printing and so on.