Printing What kind of commercial printing methods are best? There is not one of the best ways. Printing Each printing method is only relative to the printing of specific types of patterns and specific production of the printing method is the best, some methods for some patterns and specific production of the printing method is completely unsuitable.
Special printing one, Printing full of floor printing floor printing through the printing method without the use of dyeing way to get. Usually in the printing process, Printing the background and pattern patterns are printed on the white cloth. Sometimes the floor print is designed to mimic the higher cost of production or dyeing, but it is easy to identify different ways of printing from the back of the fabric. Printing The floor of the floor is lighter than the background; because the fabric is first dyed, so the front and back sides of the same color.
The problem of prone to printing is sometimes a large area of background can not be dark cover. When this problem occurs, carefully check the floor pattern, you will find some dim stains. This phenomenon is basically caused by washing, rather than due to the amount of dye caused by the cover. Printing In the strict conditions of the production of high-quality printed cloth does not appear these phenomena. This is not possible when printing on the floor using screen printing, because the paste is scraped, rather than being rolled like a roller print. Printing The paint is usually hard to print.
Second, flocking printing
Flocking printing is a method of printing a fiber fluff (about 1/10 to 1/4 inch) called fiber lint in a specific pattern to the surface of the fabric. The process is divided into two stages. First, the pattern is printed on the fabric with an adhesive rather than a dye or coating, and the fiber linter is then bonded to the fabric. The fiber lint is only fixed in the case where the adhesive has been applied Parts. Printing There are two ways to attach fiber lint to the fabric surface: mechanical flocking and electrostatic flocking. In mechanical flocking, the fiber lint is sieved onto the fabric when the fabric passes through the flocking chamber in a flat pattern. When the machine is agitated, the fabric vibrates and the fiber short fiber is randomly placed into the fabric. Printing In the electrostatic flocking, the fiber lint to apply static electricity, the results adhere to the fabric when almost all the fibers are aligned upright. Compared to mechanical flocking, static flocking of the slower, more expensive, but can produce more uniform, more dense flocking effect.
The fibers used for electrostatic flocking include all the fibers used in the actual production, with the most common of both viscose and nylon. In most cases, Printing short fibers are colored before transplanting to the fabric.
The ability of the flocked fabric to withstand dry cleaning and / or washable depends on the nature of the adhesive. Many high-quality adhesives used in fabric processing have excellent washability, dry cleaning fastness, or both fastness. Because not all of the adhesive is subjected to any cleaning, it is necessary to verify which cleaning method is suitable for any particular flocking fabric. Printing Third, flocking process
In addition to flocking or flannel prints, the flocking process is also widely used to cover the entire fabric surface of the overall flocking process. Printing Depending on the fiber and flocking process used, the appearance of the flocked fabric may be suede or velvet, or even imitation plush. These fabrics are used for non-slip sticking fabrics, handbags and belts, bed linen, furniture cloth, Printing car seats and a wide variety of other fabrics for footwear, clothing, imitation plush fabrics, boat decks and swimming establishments. Printing The fibers and binders used must be suitable for the end use of the product.