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• Printing can also be defined as localized
dyeing.
• Defined as the application of dye or
pigment in a different pattern ...
DIFFERENT STYLES OF
PRINTING
There are three basic approaches to printing
a color on a fabric
1. DIRECT PRINTING
2. DISCHA...
DIRECT PRINTING
• In this type of printing dye is applied onto
the fabric by carved block, stencil,
screen, engraved rolle...
DISCHARGE PRINTING
• In this method the fabric is dyed and then
printed with a chemical that will destroy
the color in des...
RESIST PRINTING
• In this method bleached fabric are printed
with a resist paste ( a resinous substance
that cannot be pen...
DIFFERENT TYPES OF
PRINTING
• BLOCK PRINTING
• ROLLER PRINTING
• SCREEN PRINTING
• FLAT-SCREEN PRINTING
• ROTARY PRINTING
...
BLOCK PRINTING
• It is the oldest and simplest way of
printing
• In this method a wooden block with a
raised pattern on th...
BLOCK PRINTING
BLOCK PRINTING
BLOCK PRINTING
BLOCK PRINTING
ADVANTAGES
1. Simple method of
printing
2. No expensive
equipment required
3. No limitation in repeat
of si...
ROLLER PRINTING
• It is the machine method of printing
designs on cloths by engraved rollers.
• The design is engraved on ...
Diagram of roller printing m/c
ROLLER PRINTING
ADVANTAGES
1. Large quantities of
fabric at the rate of
914-3658m per hour
can be printed.
2. Faulty joint...
• It is one of the oldest way of printing.
• In it color is applied to the fabric by
brushing or spraying the interstices ...
Example of stencil printing
STENCIL PRINTING
• ADVANTAGES
1. Simple and cost
effective.
2. Stencils can be
made rapidly and
can be used for
small orde...
Printing technique consisting of the application of flock
(very short fiber) to the surface of a fabric by means of
an adh...
Flex is a printing
technique where the
design is cut from a
colored foil and then
pressed onto the shirt
under high heat.
...
High Density Ink
High Density is a popular special effect ink that when printed, rises straight up
off the shirt and has a...
FOIL
Foil is actually a heat press application, but can be
applied on press for certain affects. Foil adheres to
plastisol...
In foil printing, the quality of the adhesive is very important.
Generally it is made up of acrylic co-polymer with water ...
Suede leather is made from the underside
of the skin, primarily lamb, although goat,
pig, calf and deer are commonly used
...
One of the original specialty affects in the world of screen
printing. Puff ink is a plastisol that has been modified with...
Burn Out Printing:
1. PC or CVC fabric.
2. Paste + Any acid liverating salt (like Nacl,Na2 so4)
3. Steaming
4. Washing (Ro...
Reflective Ink
Reflective ink is made up of a clear base combined with
thousands of tiny aluminum coated glass beads.
Thes...
Plasticharge Ink
Plasticharge is a hybrid of Discharge and plastisol ink. In Plasticharge printing a
discharge solution is...
Plastisol is a thermoplastic, it will remelt if it
comes in contact with anything hot enough. For
that reason, plastisol p...
Water Base Pigment Printing
Water base pigment is a type of powder that has to be mixed
with water to get pigments. The po...
when automatic machine printing came in vogue, there was a need to have trouble-
free-non-choking inks which led to the de...
Khadi Print (White Ink Print)
Khadi Print is mainly done on dark or light colored fabric.
The Printing method involves tit...
SCREEN PRINTING
• It involves the application of the printing
paste through a fine screen placed in
contact with the fabri...
PROCESS OF SCREEN PRITING
SCREEN PAPER SIDE SCREEN SQUEEZE SIDE
ORIGINAL PRINT PRINT ON FABRIC
SCREEN PRINTING
• ADVANTAGES
1. Simple and cost
effective.
2. Quick pattern
making
3. 16 colors can be
used in a design.
4...
• It is the advanced version of screen
printing by using automatic m/c to do work
• It consists of printing table, conveyo...
• Conveyor brings fabric periodically under
screen and stops while the screen are
lowered on the required parts of the fab...
FLAT-SCREEN PRINTING M/C
FLAT SCREEN PRINTING
• ADVANTAGES
1. Greater production
than manual screen
printing
2. Printing with different
repeat can ...
• Rotary screen printing involves a series of
revolving metal cylinder , each with
revolving screens, each with a stationa...
Working of rotary screen printing
m/c
A rotary screen printing m/c
Feeding of color to rollers
TRANSFER PRINTING
• It is a indirect method of printing in which
dyes are transferred from paper to a
thermoplastic fabric...
Process of transfer printing
High density printing inkjet transfer paper
1. Washable
2. Good touch feeling
OEKO-TEX standard 100
High Density 3D print ...
TRANSFER PRINTING
• ADVANTAGES
1. Operation is simple
and no expensive
m/c is required.
2. No after treatment of
fabric re...
RESIST PRINTING
• There are two types of resist printing
• BATIK PRINTING
• TIE & DIE PRINTING
• Originated on island of Java and is a
cottage based industry.
• Batik is derived from word “AMBATIK”
• The resist-dyeing...
BATIK PRINTING
• ADVANTAGES
• Gives a good artistic
effect
• Cheap printing
• Greater artistic
design
• Fabric has a rich
...
TIE & DYE
• It is same as that of batik printing but here
the dye is resisted by knots that are tied in
the cloth before i...
TIE & DYE
• ADVANTAGE
• Interesting design
created on fabric
• No m/c cost is there
• DISADVANTAGE
• Costly
• Laborious
• ...
DIGITAL PRINTING
• It is the more advanced type of printing.
• This includes :-
Jet spray printing
Electrostatic printing
...
PHOTO PRINTING M/C
Also known as ethnic or traditional print. In
this print classical motifs or traditional
collections are used such as mang...
FLORAL PRINT
It has the print of varieties of flower either
in bunch or single spotted , huge or
small , combination of le...
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  1. 1. • Printing can also be defined as localized dyeing. • Defined as the application of dye or pigment in a different pattern on the fabric and by subsequent after treatment of fixing the dye or pigment to get a particular design. • Sometimes a printed fabric can be identified by looking at the back side of fabric where there is no design or color as face side. • In cotton, dyes like vat, reactive are used • In manmade, dyes like disperse and cationic are used
  2. 2. DIFFERENT STYLES OF PRINTING There are three basic approaches to printing a color on a fabric 1. DIRECT PRINTING 2. DISCHARGE PRINTING 3. RESIST PRINTING
  3. 3. DIRECT PRINTING • In this type of printing dye is applied onto the fabric by carved block, stencil, screen, engraved roller etc. • The dye is imprinted on the fabric in paste form and any desired pattern may be produced • Example:-Block Printing, Roller Printing, Screen Printing etc.
  4. 4. DISCHARGE PRINTING • In this method the fabric is dyed and then printed with a chemical that will destroy the color in designed areas. • Sometimes the base color is removed and another color printed in its place.
  5. 5. RESIST PRINTING • In this method bleached fabric are printed with a resist paste ( a resinous substance that cannot be penetrated when the fabric is immersed in a dye ). • The dye will only affect only the parts that are not covered by the resist paste . • After the fabric has passed through a subsequent dyeing process the resist paste is removed, leaving a pattern on a dark background
  6. 6. DIFFERENT TYPES OF PRINTING • BLOCK PRINTING • ROLLER PRINTING • SCREEN PRINTING • FLAT-SCREEN PRINTING • ROTARY PRINTING • TRANSFER PRINTING • STENCIL PRINTING • DIGITAL PRINTING • BATIK PRINTING • TIE & DYE
  7. 7. BLOCK PRINTING • It is the oldest and simplest way of printing • In this method a wooden block with a raised pattern on the surface was dipped into the printing colorant and then pressed face down on to fabric. • The desired pattern was obtained by repeating the process using different colors. • Generally the wooden block is carved out of hand • Printing is done manually
  8. 8. BLOCK PRINTING
  9. 9. BLOCK PRINTING
  10. 10. BLOCK PRINTING
  11. 11. BLOCK PRINTING ADVANTAGES 1. Simple method of printing 2. No expensive equipment required 3. No limitation in repeat of size of style 4. Prints produced have great decorative value and stamp of craftsmanship DISADVANTAGES 1. Involves much manual work 2. Method is slow and therefore low output 3. Good skilled labors needed for multi color design 4. Fine and delicate designs hard to produce
  12. 12. ROLLER PRINTING • It is the machine method of printing designs on cloths by engraved rollers. • The design is engraved on the surface of a metal roller, to which dye is applied, and the excess is scraped off the roller's surface, leaving dye in the engraved sections. When it rolls across the fabric, the dye on the roller transfers to the fabric.
  13. 13. Diagram of roller printing m/c
  14. 14. ROLLER PRINTING ADVANTAGES 1. Large quantities of fabric at the rate of 914-3658m per hour can be printed. 2. Faulty joints or joint marks are absent. 3. Fine sharp outlines and good prints can be obtained which is difficult to get in block printing. DISADVANTAGES 1. Not economical for short run of fabrics. 2. Difficult to produce blotch designs. 3. Repeat of design limited to the size of the rollers. 4. Setup cost of roller printing m/c is high
  15. 15. • It is one of the oldest way of printing. • In it color is applied to the fabric by brushing or spraying the interstices of a pattern cut out from a flat sheet of metal or waterproof paper or plastic sheet or laminated sheet. • A stencil is prepared by cutting out a design from a flat sheet of paper, metal, or plastic. STENCIL PRINTING
  16. 16. Example of stencil printing
  17. 17. STENCIL PRINTING • ADVANTAGES 1. Simple and cost effective. 2. Stencils can be made rapidly and can be used for small orders. 3. Color combination is good in it. • DISADVANTAGES 1. Good design is difficult to obtain. 2. Process is laborious. 3. Not suitable for large scale production.
  18. 18. Printing technique consisting of the application of flock (very short fiber) to the surface of a fabric by means of an adhesive. The flock may be contained in the adhesive paste, may be dusted onto it, or applied electrostatically to hold it erect. Used to print various small designs onto the fabric, such as dots and figures, especially on light- weight or sheer fabric. The foil (0.5 mm) is somewhat thicker than flex, which causes the design to appear slightly elevated from the apparel and results in the plush feel. The colors have a soft glow to them. Flock Printing
  19. 19. Flex is a printing technique where the design is cut from a colored foil and then pressed onto the shirt under high heat. Flex PRINTING A polyurethane material that has a smooth finish. It is heat pressed at over 350 degrees until the material permanently adheres to the fibers of the garment. It is available in dozens of colors that include specialty surfaces as metallic, neon, glitter and glow-in-the- dark
  20. 20. High Density Ink High Density is a popular special effect ink that when printed, rises straight up off the shirt and has a hard rubbery feel with sharp edges. A High density print has slight glossy finish. Suede is a special effect ink similar to high density ink except with a soft leather like feel. Suede ink can be either printed high for a 3-D effect or printed normally for a more subtle felt like feel. A finished sueade print has a matte finish and is very soft to the touch. High Density and Suede are clear bases that can be added to any print color. (example blue-"High Density" grey "Suede"
  21. 21. FOIL Foil is actually a heat press application, but can be applied on press for certain affects. Foil adheres to plastisol inks or a clear foil adhesive. Available in silver, gold, bronze, red, and blue. There are some awesome iridescent foil affects available too - just check with your sales rep Foil Printing Foil printing is to print some pattern with the foil on the fabric for shiny effect. There are twos kind of foil printing method. In the first method, the pattern is printed by a foil/transfer adhesive on the fabric, and then pressed with foil paper by hot steel roller. The pressure is generally 5-6 bar on printed portion and at 190 degree Celcius on fusing machine for 8-12 seconds.
  22. 22. In foil printing, the quality of the adhesive is very important. Generally it is made up of acrylic co-polymer with water as diluent. Cheaper qualities show very poor stretch, loss of softness and smoothness after five washes and look very unlike the original print. The foil should not stick to cured inks under pressure. Normally a matting agent is added to avoid sticking. In the second method, printing is done on the foil paper first, and then foil is pressed on the fabric with hot steel roller or iron. Foil paper is called the stamping foil paper. Actually it is not the paper but the detachable foil film on the plastic base. Generally it is PET film of 15 micron thickness, available in widths of 640 or 1500mm.
  23. 23. Suede leather is made from the underside of the skin, primarily lamb, although goat, pig, calf and deer are commonly used Suede is a special effect ink similar to high density ink except with a soft leather like feel. Suede ink can be either printed high for a 3-D effect or printed normally for a more subtle felt like feel. A finished sueade print has a matte finish and is very soft to the touch. High Density and Suede are clear bases that can be added to any print color. (example blue-"High Density" grey "Suede" Suede ink was derived from puff ink. The process for printing is similar, but suede ink results with with a raised fuzzy nap reminiscent of suede leather
  24. 24. One of the original specialty affects in the world of screen printing. Puff ink is a plastisol that has been modified with the addition of a heat reactive foaming agent. The ink expands when exposed to high temperature heat as the garment is cured
  25. 25. Burn Out Printing: 1. PC or CVC fabric. 2. Paste + Any acid liverating salt (like Nacl,Na2 so4) 3. Steaming 4. Washing (Roubasting wash) 5. Burnout print complete Only print technicians will understand the above 5 points . Step by Step Printing Process of Burn out Print: 1st Step: Develop the print design and screen with the buyer provided artwork. 2nd St ep: Knit the fabric with the yarn of following composition a) 60% polyester 40% cotton OR b) 40% polyester 60% cotton Or similar like that. 3rd Step: After complete the kitting of fabric send the gray or scouring fabric to printing factory. 4th Step: Perform the print on this fabric. Here, the cotton part will be destroyed by the acid but polyester portion will be remain same. 5th Step: Then we will dye and finished the fabric as per our require color. .
  26. 26. Reflective Ink Reflective ink is made up of a clear base combined with thousands of tiny aluminum coated glass beads. These beads are highly reflective when exposed to light. The ink has a muted grey color when printed and a bright silver/white color when reflecting. Because the ink color is so muted we recommend that all the reflective ink used in a design be either outlined or surrounded by other print colors to improve. Adding reflective ink to your design is a relatively inexpensive way to make sure that your shirts will stand out from the crowd. Composition TiO2-BaO-SiO2 Refractive Index 1.93+-0.01nd Size range 20-105um(can be provided by request) Color siliver
  27. 27. Plasticharge Ink Plasticharge is a hybrid of Discharge and plastisol ink. In Plasticharge printing a discharge solution is mixed 50/50 with traditional plastisol inks. The principal behind plasticharge printing is that when printing, the discharge portion of the ink will remove the garment color while at the same time the plastisol ink will lay down a thin deposit of new color. This type of printing like discharge should be washed before being worn. The finished print very light and soft to the touch.
  28. 28. Plastisol is a thermoplastic, it will remelt if it comes in contact with anything hot enough. For that reason, plastisol prints cannot be ironed. If an iron touches a print, it will smear the ink Plastisol ink is a PVC (Some inks are Phalide Free) based system that essentially contains no solvent at all. Along with UV ink used in graphic screen printing, it is referred to as a 100% solid ink system. Plastisol is a thermoplastic ink in that it is necessary to heat the printed ink film to a temperature high enough to cause the molecules of PVC resin and plasticizer to cross-link and thereby solidify, or cure. The temperature at which most plastisol for textile printing cures at is in the range of 300 °F to 330°F
  29. 29. Water Base Pigment Printing Water base pigment is a type of powder that has to be mixed with water to get pigments. The powder comes in various colors different shades of each color can get by amount the water mixed in the powder. During the mixing there is possibility for dust particle to get into it since the mix up makes a soft paste then the dust particles can be dried out easily. Water base pigments are the largest majority of pigments used today. It gives quality and long lasting print Water-based ink utilizes either dyes or pigments in a suspension with water as the solvent. The evaporation of the water is necessary to set or cure the ink. This curing can take place either at room temperature or using a forced-air dryer depending upon the specific water-based ink used and the speed or volume of production.
  30. 30. when automatic machine printing came in vogue, there was a need to have trouble- free-non-choking inks which led to the development of PVC based plastisol inks. Since the beginning of the 21st century there has been an increased awareness about the ill effects of PVC / residual VCM in PVC and phthalate plasticizers used in these inks. Leading European garment brands have been intensively campaigning for PVC / phthalate / APEO / formaldehyde / heavy metal free water based inks. This led to the shift back to water based inks. The challenge to day is to offer water based systems meeting the eco-standards but at the same time ability to address the user friendliness especially on high speed automatic machines.
  31. 31. Khadi Print (White Ink Print) Khadi Print is mainly done on dark or light colored fabric. The Printing method involves titanium dioxide with other auxiliaries mixing up these two materials into the colorants gives different color combination and the important factors always to keep in mind proper mixing gives need print and soft handle
  32. 32. SCREEN PRINTING • It involves the application of the printing paste through a fine screen placed in contact with the fabric to be printed. • A design is created in reverse on the screen by blocking areas of the screen with a material such as an opaque paint. • The screen is then placed over the fabric and the printing paste is forced through the open areas of the screen using a flexible synthetic rubber or steel blade known as a squeegee.
  33. 33. PROCESS OF SCREEN PRITING SCREEN PAPER SIDE SCREEN SQUEEZE SIDE ORIGINAL PRINT PRINT ON FABRIC
  34. 34. SCREEN PRINTING • ADVANTAGES 1. Simple and cost effective. 2. Quick pattern making 3. 16 colors can be used in a design. 4. Sharp lines and features easily produced. • DISADVANTAGES 1. For high production large no. of tables required. 2. Delicate shading difficult to obtain. 3. Screen clogging may be there in fine areas.
  35. 35. • It is the advanced version of screen printing by using automatic m/c to do work • It consists of printing table, conveyor belt, number of screens, mechanism to print on the fabric, etc. • First the fabric is brought on the printing table through a feeding arrangement and it is gummed to the conveyor belt on the table FLAT-SCREEN PRINTING
  36. 36. • Conveyor brings fabric periodically under screen and stops while the screen are lowered on the required parts of the fabric. • Printing paste is distributed throughout the full length of the screen. • The squeeze is pressed to the screen . • One or more strokes of the squeeze ensure simultaneous printing of the pattern by the common action of all screens which applies printing paste as required by the color in the design.
  37. 37. FLAT-SCREEN PRINTING M/C
  38. 38. FLAT SCREEN PRINTING • ADVANTAGES 1. Greater production than manual screen printing 2. Printing with different repeat can be made easily 3. Good print is obtained • DISADVANTAGES 1. A big setup required for more number of screens 2. Prints with more colors may not be possible 3. Printing paste not evenly controlled
  39. 39. • Rotary screen printing involves a series of revolving metal cylinder , each with revolving screens, each with a stationary squeegee inside which forces the print paste onto the fabric. • Twenty or more colours can be printed at the same time. • The process is much quicker and more efficient than flat screen printing . ROTARY SCREEN PRINTING
  40. 40. Working of rotary screen printing m/c
  41. 41. A rotary screen printing m/c
  42. 42. Feeding of color to rollers
  43. 43. TRANSFER PRINTING • It is a indirect method of printing in which dyes are transferred from paper to a thermoplastic fabric under controlled conditions of temperature, time and pressure. • The image is first engraved on a copper plate. • Then pigment is applied on these plates. • The image is then transferred to a piece of paper, with a layer of glue applied . • This is then placed on the fabric and heat and pressure applied which fixes the print onto fabric.
  44. 44. Process of transfer printing
  45. 45. High density printing inkjet transfer paper 1. Washable 2. Good touch feeling OEKO-TEX standard 100 High Density 3D print heat transfer printing on T shirt shoes label print with OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 2,Film thickness: 0.07-0.09mm 3,Peeling way: hot or cool peeling 4,Transfer temperature:140-160centigrade, 5,Transfer time: 10-12s, 6,Transfer press: 5-6kg 7,Glue fitness: fine 8,Suit for cotton, blend textile, such as underwear cloth, swim suit, physical beauty suit, advertising shirt,shoes' tongue 9. Delivery time 1) 5-8 days for samples 2) 5-10 days for production according to the quantity.
  46. 46. TRANSFER PRINTING • ADVANTAGES 1. Operation is simple and no expensive m/c is required. 2. No after treatment of fabric required 3. Print on fabric is of excellent quality • DISADVANTAGES 1. Process applicable to synthetic fabric like polyester . 2. Color range is limited. 3. Cost of printed paper high. 4. Not economical for small orders.
  47. 47. RESIST PRINTING • There are two types of resist printing • BATIK PRINTING • TIE & DIE PRINTING
  48. 48. • Originated on island of Java and is a cottage based industry. • Batik is derived from word “AMBATIK” • The resist-dyeing process, whereby designs are made with wax on a fabric which is subsequently immersed in a dye to absorb the color on the unwaxed portions, is known as batik printing. • Special feature is the fine lines of color running irregularly across the fabric. BATIK PRINTING
  49. 49. BATIK PRINTING • ADVANTAGES • Gives a good artistic effect • Cheap printing • Greater artistic design • Fabric has a rich and graceful appearance • DISADVANTAGES • Laborious • Time taking • Cracking effect • Dye should be applied at low temperature than wax.
  50. 50. TIE & DYE • It is same as that of batik printing but here the dye is resisted by knots that are tied in the cloth before it is immersed in dye bath. • The outside of the knotted portion is dyed, but inside is not penetrated if the knot is firmly tied. • This gives a characteristic blurred or mottled effect .
  51. 51. TIE & DYE • ADVANTAGE • Interesting design created on fabric • No m/c cost is there • DISADVANTAGE • Costly • Laborious • Time taking • Skilled labour required
  52. 52. DIGITAL PRINTING • It is the more advanced type of printing. • This includes :- Jet spray printing Electrostatic printing Photo printing Differential printing
  53. 53. PHOTO PRINTING M/C
  54. 54. Also known as ethnic or traditional print. In this print classical motifs or traditional collections are used such as mango, elephant with the chariots, old musical instruments etc. the culture of any particular place can also be considered such as tie and dye , batik, block of Rajasthan etc CLASSICAL
  55. 55. FLORAL PRINT It has the print of varieties of flower either in bunch or single spotted , huge or small , combination of leaves and other addings. Color combination is very important.
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