Glitter is a transfer printing process. Additionally, through this printing process, different types of decorative designs are produced on T-Shirt, Polo-Shirt, Or other garments products. Firstly, after pre-treatment of the fabric, the printing operation is done on the table. Therefore, printing glitter paste is applied to the fabric by the screen printing process. Lastly, curing is done at a high temperature after printing. Curing should be done slowly otherwise it may affect the printing performance. Basically, it enables the fabric to show glittering granules on the fabric and to do this it needs to use glitter powder.
This is a sample printing recipe. In fact, it will be changed according to the shade of the delivery of printed goods.
- Rubber paste: 70%
- Fixer: 2%
- Glitter: 28%
The sequence of Glitter Printing Process on Textile Materials:
The following is the flow chart of the glitter printing process. They are-
Fabric plaited on the table
Glitter paste apply by screen
Hanging for 15min for dry
Curing at 160º c (belt speed 3m/min)
In sum, various types of glitter manufacturing companies supply glitter to textile printing companies. However, you can also read the Foil printing process for more details.
So, choose your glitter as your demand.
2 thoughts on “Flow Chart Of Glitter Printing Process”
I want washable glitter print which is not remove long time
From where can i get rubber pest and fixer for glliter printing