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Classification of Fabric Printing(Part 2)

1. Water slurry printing: The so-called water slurry is a kind of water-based slurry, which is not strongly printed on the clothes, and the coverage is not strong. It is only suitable for printing on light-colored fabrics. The price is relatively not so costly. But it also has an advantage, because it does not affect the original texture of the fabric, so it is more suitable for large-scale printing patterns. The characteristics are soft and bright. If the cloth color is deeper, the water slurry cannot cover it at all.

2. Plasma printing: The appearance and widely used of the rubber pulp are followed by water slurry printing. Because of its very good coverage, any light color can be printed on the dark fabric, and it has a certain gloss and three-dimensional sense,  making the garment more high-end, so it can be quickly popularized, and almost every printing firm used it. However, because it has a certain hardness, it is not suitable for large-scale patterns. It is best to print with water slurry in large-scale patterns, and then decorate with some glue. This can not only solve the problem of hard large-area glue but also highlight the layering of the pattern. So it is best to combine water and glue to solve the problem of large-scale printing.

3. Ink print: At first glance, the ink is not very different from the glue, but when the plasma is printed on a smooth fabric, such as a trench coat, generally, the color fastness is very poor. Ink can overcome this shortcoming. Therefore, when making windbreakers, we usually use ink to print, features of which are bright color, and vivid images.

4. Thick plate pulp: Thick board paste is derived from the glue. It is like the glue has repeatedly printed many layers. It can achieve a very neat three-dimensional effect. Generally speaking,      the process requirements are relatively high, so it is difficult for small printing plants to print well. Some do not even have this technology, let alone print well. In terms of patterns, numbers,       letters, geometric patterns, lines, etc. should not be too small. It is also used to print flower patterns, which can be seen on autumn and winter leather or thick fabrics.

5. Foam printing: As the name suggests, it is the brewing pulp, which is also changed from the glue. First, print the well-equipped pulp on the clothing, and then process it by the high-temperature machine. The pattern is soaked. It is a bit soft, but after the clothes are worn many times, the three-dimensional effect will slowly disappear.

6. Flocking: Flocking is a highly demanding process. Flocking is also called a toothbrush flower. The effect of the finished product is like the toothbrush whiskers standing up one by one. The height of the finished product can reach about 0.3cm. It can be used in other colors, so it is also called pile coating.

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