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    Home Textile Fabrics Factory introduces the printing process flow.

    1. The active direct-injection printing process is usually used for cotton and linen, and the dispersion heat transfer process is generally used for polyester. In addition, there are heat transfer, pigment printing, traditional printing technology, watermark, traditional engraving paper printing, silk screen printing and so on. Traditional engraving paper printing, watermarking and other traditional crafts require thousands of printing costs, which is not suitable for printing small orders of less than 1,000 meters. Each printing process has different printing principles and different hand feelings. The reactive direct-injection printing process has a post-washing treatment, and the printed product will be softer. In processes such as heat transfer, the ink is essentially an adhesive, and it will feel hard when printed.

    2. Patterns required for printing. For patterns that need to be positioned and printed, generally confirm the size of the pattern. If it is a squandered pattern, not only have to confirm the size of the pattern, but also whether it can be continuous in all directions. The traditional printing process has requirements for the number of colors of the printed pattern. The more colors, the higher the printing cost. For digital printing, there are no restrictions.

    3. Sometimes we hand over 1000 meters of fabric to the factory, but the finished product printed is only 970 meters. At this time, we must consider the loss and shrinkage caused by the printing process. Reactive printing requires water washing; dispersive printing requires high temperature heat transfer. These processes will cause fabric loss. Therefore, when proofing, confirm the loss and shrinkage of the fabric in advance, so that you can control the number of meters of the base fabric needed to prevent too much or too little production.

    4. Proof to confirm the printing color. There is a color difference between the color of the printed pattern on the computer display and the actual printed color. The color of the computer display screen is usually brighter and brighter, while the printing color on the fabric is generally darker and darker. The general international practice is that the customer specifies the Pantone color number corresponding to the pattern, and the factory performs the color matching with the Pantone color number. If you don’t have a Pantone color card, you can send color samples (cloth swatches, printed paper drafts) to the factory for color matching. Then make a sample to confirm the color.

    5. After the proofing period is over, mass production will begin. Need to communicate with the factory the delivery date, price and payment method for mass production. I won’t elaborate on how to communicate and negotiate.

    Through the above introduction, Dyeing Fabric Factory hopes that you can simply refer to the content of this article in future use.