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What are the printing methods of printed fabric?

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Hangzhou Xiaoshan Zhengda Textile Co., Ltd. is an enterprise specializing in the research, development, production and trade of Oxford cloth and clothing fabrics. We have oxford fabric for sale and pu coated fabric for sale. Our products include Oxford cloth, jacquard cloth, polyester cloth, TC, TR, etc., and its applications range from clothing to luggage, luggage and other outdoor sports goods. Here is an introduction to printed fabric:

There are many ways to print patterns on fabrics with dyes or paints, but the main methods are as follows.

(1) Direct printing

The method of directly printing flower-shaped patterns of various colors on the fabric is direct printing. During the printing process, the color paste of various colors does not hinder and destroy. About 80%-90% of printed fabrics use this method. This method can be used to print white ground flowers and ground flowers patterns.

(2) Discharge printing

Fabrics dyed with ground color are printed with color paddles that contain chemicals that can destroy ground color. Such chemicals are called discharge agents. Dyes that are resistant to chemicals can also be added to the discharge paddle. Such discharge printing can achieve two effects, namely white discharge and color discharge.

(3) Anti-dye printing

First, print an anti-dyeing agent that can prevent dyes from being dyed on the fabric, and then pad dye the ground color. The printed pattern can prevent the ground color from being dyed. This method is anti-dye printing. This method can achieve three effects, namely Anti-white, color and partial anti-dyeing.

(4) Pigment printing

The production of printed cloth with paint has been so widespread that it has begun to be used as an independent printing method. Pigment printing is direct printing with paint. This process is usually called dry printing to distinguish it from wet printing (or dye printing). By comparing the hardness difference between printed and unprinted parts on the same fabric, pigment printing and dye printing can be distinguished. The pigment-printed area feels a little harder than the unprinted area, and may be thicker. If the fabric is printed with dyes, there is no obvious difference in hardness between the printed part and the unprinted part.

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