Sublimation printingThis type of printing is digital printing. This process is accomplished by the sublimation process (direct conversion from solid state to gas). Another name for this printing is transfer printing in that the design is printed on paper then heat is transferred from the paper to the fabric. This will require the help of an expert in selecting the right paper and ink. Heat and temperature, along with fabric and press, will also be crucial in implementing a quality design.
Direct DTG printing Direct DTG printing In this method the ink is sprayed directly onto the fabric. Unlike the sublimation method, the ink is injected into the fabric of the fabric. It has fewer steps than the sublimation method but its disadvantages can be the high cost and the use of high-sensitivity inks that cause clogging and damage to the heads. It gets shorter in time.
Block printing This type of printing, one of the oldest forms of printing, is usually made using wood molds. Press the mold onto the fabric or felt with the desired design and then press and press on the fabric.
EmbossingIn this type of printing, the fabric of the fabric should be dyed with dyes that are capable of being harvested, followed by printing on the dyeing materials.
Puff print edition Kkhph the volume is higher than the Gyrd.bray fabric printing for the print puff pastry with pastry should be available Orient with ink and then printing is done with a certain ratio mixture. The printing required for puffing requires heating to about 140 ° C, which can be done by a dryer.
Types of fabric printing inksGenerally, the inks can be classified according to the fiber type of the fabric in question. Therefore, the inks used for synthetic fibers are different from those for natural fibers. Types of inks used include reactive and pigment inks commonly used for textiles with natural fibers, sublimation and dispersive inks used in synthetic fibers and synthetic fibers, and acid inks are more compatible with silk and nylon fibers.