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Non-woven bag printing process
- Jul 16, 2018 -

Non-woven bags generally use screen printing technology, which is often referred to as "silk printing", which has been a common printing process used by many manufacturers. Generally, it is artificially printed. Because the printing has odor, the color is not full and easy to fall off, so many new non-woven printing methods have emerged. Here we introduce several mainstream models on the market:


Watermark

It is named for its use of water-based elastic glue as a printing medium. It is more common in textile printing, also called printing. The color paste and the water-based elastic rubber are blended during printing. The printing plate can be washed directly with water without using a chemical solvent. It is characterized by good tinting strength, strong hiding power and fastness, washing resistance, and basically no odor. Generally used for printing: canvas bag, cotton cloth

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Thermal transfer

Thermal transfer is a special printing in printing! This method requires an intermediate medium, that is, printing the image onto a thermal transfer film or a thermal transfer paper, and then transferring the pattern to the non-woven fabric by heating by a transfer device. A medium commonly used in textile printing is a thermal transfer film. The advantages are: beautifully printed, rich in layering, comparable to photos. Suitable for small area color image printing. The disadvantage is that the printed pattern is easy to fall off and the price is expensive.


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