The water-printing process is one of the most basic pri […]
The water-printing process is one of the most basic printing processes in the screen printing industry. It can be printed on cotton, polyester, hemp, etc., almost all of the light-colored fabrics, and is widely used. It works similarly to dyeing, except that it is the color required to "dye" a certain area of the fabric into a flower position. Therefore, this process cannot be applied to deep-colored fabrics. The biggest advantage of the water-jet printing process is that it is widely used, has good flower fastness, and can print better results at a relatively low price. The limitations of the waterjet printing process are not applicable on all dark fabrics.
The glue printing process uses a special chemical gel that blends seamlessly with the dye. The dye adheres to the fabric firmly through the medium of the gel, and the glue printing process overcomes the limitation of the water-jet printing. It is characterized by printing for various color depths and materials. It can be printed on blended fabrics of cotton, hemp, viscose, polyester, nylon, polypropylene, chlorin and various fibers. It can also be used on leather, artificial leather and other materials. Printing, which can be used for fluorescent printing, inkjet printing, burnt printing, electrostatic flocking printing and other printing processes. The biggest advantage of the glue printing process is that it is widely used, with brilliant colors and high degree of reduction. However, its printing process is complicated and the cost is relatively high compared to the water-jet printing process.
Foam printing is also called three-dimensional printing. The foam printing process is developed on the basis of the glue printing process. Its principle is to add several certain proportions of high expansion coefficient chemicals to the glue printing dye. After drying, it is foamed at a high temperature of 200-300 degrees to achieve a three-dimensional effect similar to "relief". The foaming printing process can achieve high, medium and low foaming effects according to the requirements of the substrate. The biggest advantage of the foam printing printing process is that the three-dimensional feeling is very strong, and the printing surface is prominent and expanded. Widely used in cotton, nylon cloth and other materials. The electrostatic flocking printing process is one of the three-dimensional printing processes.
The principle is to transfer the high-strength compound resin bonding brightener to the surface of the substrate with a screen containing the desired flower position, and then let the fiber fluff be charged through a high-voltage electrostatic field of hundreds of thousands of volts. The fluff is quickly and uniformly “bumped” onto the adhesive, and a layer of fluff is “paved” on the surface of the fabric, and then cured by high temperature curing. It is widely used in sofa fabrics, packaging boxes, shoe fabrics, decoration, toys, industrial electrical device protection and so on. The fluff is covered on the surface of the object, and is not restricted by the shape and size of the plant. The product printed by the flocking process has strong stereoscopic effect, bright color, soft hand feeling, no fluffing and abrasion resistance. Cotton, silk, leather, nylon cloth, various PVC, denim, rubber, sponge, metal, foam, plastic, resin, no anti-cloth, etc. can be printed.
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