Digital printing fabrics are usually designed by computer and finished by machine spray painting.
Transfer printing fabric usually prints the pattern on a medium first, and then heats it when printing.
From the dye (paint, activity, dispersion), pigment printing and dye printing can be distinguished by comparing the hardness difference between the printed part and the unprinted part on the same fabric. The hand feeling of the pigment printed area is slightly harder than that of the unprinted area, perhaps a little thicker. White paint is also used for printing. This factor should not be ignored.
Printing process design is mainly based on pattern characteristics and guest requirements. First of all, the pattern should be examined and determined according to factors such as fabric fiber, printing method, dye selection and equipment. Be sure to find out the guest's requirements for fabrics, such as polyester, cotton or blended fabrics. Secondly, make sure the guest's choice of printing dye. Direct dyes, reactive dyes or paints are generally used for cotton printing, disperse dyes for polyester and paints are also useful, but reactive dyes cannot be used.
The digital ones can be printed on paper and then transferred to the cloth, while the pure digital ones can not be printed on cloth. The transfer is large in batch and can print 1.5 to 3.0m wide cloth. As for the discrimination, it can be determined by the critical line of flower position and the number of colour sets. More than 8 transfers are not common, so if the colours are multiple and the layers are varied, it is very likely to be transferred.
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