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Four kinds of digital printing technology

Four kinds of digital printing technology

2021-10-15

1. Digital active printing

As the name implies, printing dyes are processed by reactive dyes. Active printing now has a variety of design elements, including floral prints, geometric prints, English alphabet patterns and any digital pattern that designers can imagine using a computer. Reactive printed fabrics are suitable for a wide range of groups, and can be applied for a long time. Moreover, the fabrics are colorful, color fastness is good, and feel soft. So the best choice of high-grade bedding in life is active printed fabric.


2. Digital sublimation printing

Transfer printing is mainly used in polyester fiber products. With the improvement of transfer printing technology, it is also widely used in nylon, acrylonitrile, cotton, linen and wool. Thermal sublimation printing pattern has the characteristics of lifelike pattern, delicate pattern, clear hierarchy and strong three-dimensional sense, which can print natural scenery and artistic patterns.


3. Paint printing

Is one of the process of fabric printing, coating, unlike dyes, there is no direct sex of the fibers, cannot be combined with fiber, it's in the fiber on the "coloring" principle is the use of a synthetic resin can generate fast film, fixation on fiber surface, so the coating of various fiber fabric can be printed, and print the image detail is clear, transitional and exquisite, Suit to behave beautiful beautiful colour. Jet silk textile coating printing tone pure, rich color, smooth transition, suitable for all textile direct printing.

4. Disperse direct spray printing

In dDI printing, you print ink directly onto the fabric. Before printing, the fabric is treated with chemicals to ensure that the ink binds to the fabric during the evaporation process. After the ink is applied to the fabric, the fabric is passed through the oven to ensure that moisture evaporates and the dye remains on the fabric. However, this does not mean that the ink has stuck to the fabric. The fabric is steamed to ensure that the ink sticks to the fabric. This process triggers a chemical reaction that causes the fabric to absorb the ink and bind the color to the fibers.


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