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Printing Process Flow Chart Of 100% Synthetic Fabric

Synthetic fabric printing is easier than natural fabric printing. We know that, printing flow chart depends on the characteristics of fiber. In cotton printing, it requires to pre-treat the fabric before printing but in case of synthetic fabric it not essential to pre-treat the fabric because synthetic fabric does not contain impurities like natural fiber.

Printing Process Flow Chart Of 100% Synthetic Fabric: There are various types of synthetic fiber. Printing process for all the fiber is not same. The printing process of nylon, polyester or acrylic fiber varies from one from another. It also depends on the dyes and pigment types. Anyhow, I have written about the basic printing process flow chart for 100% synthetic fabric.

Fabric from weaving section

Stitching

Washing

Jet Dyeing

Stentering

Printing

Polymerizing

Washing

Stentering

Calendaring

Folding or Rolling

Packing

Synthetic fibers are produced from the polymerization of different monomer. After printing, finishing is done for add some properties. So, it requires to aware about the printing sequence.

So, print your synthetic fabric by suitable dyes.

Process Flow Of Printing Process For 100% Cotton Fabric

Printing is a method of wet processing technology. By the printing process; various types of decorative and attractive designs are produced on the surface of the fabric.

Process Flow Of Printing Process For 100% Cotton Fabric: Cotton printing is the most used process. The printing flow chart depends on the fiber types. Natural fiber such as- cotton, wool and silk contains various types of impurities for this reason it is required to remove the impurities before dyeing and printing process. This process is known as pre-treatment process. After printing, finishing process is carried out for improve the out looking of the printed fabric. Here, I have written about the printing process of 100% cotton.

Inspection of grey cloth

Stitching

Shearing or Cropping

Singeing

Desizing

Washing

Scouring

Bleaching

Washing

Stentering

Printing

Steaming

Washing

Calendaring

Inspection

Folding or Rolling

Packing

It is noted that, above flow chart is for non mercerized fabric. For mercerized fabric; mercerizing, neutralizing and washing is done between washing and stentering process. That means it is done after scouring and bleaching process.

So, if we want to print a cotton fabric we have to follow the above process sequence.

Printing Process Flow Of Plastic Solution | High-Density Printing Process

Printing is done on the textile materials, plastic, paperboard, building wall and other place, where has some scope of printing. But all printing methods are not same. The printing style and printing process is different from one to another depending on the material types.

Here, I have given a printing process flow of plastic solution with their recipe.

Recipe: This is a sample printing recipe.

High-density paste————100%

Sequence of printing with plastic solution: Following is the process sequence of plastic solution. By this process high density paste is apply on the fabric.

Fabric pre-treatment

Table preparation

Fabric plaited on the table

High-density paste apply by screen

Curing at 160ºc (belt speed 3m/min)

Delivery

So, print your fabric with plastic solution as flock printing, foil printing, pigment printing or discharge printing.