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  • 1. TT 232 N TEXTILE PRINTING 3-0-3 R.B.CHAVAN DEPARTMENT OF TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY HAUZ-KHAS, NEW DELHI
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
    • DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DYEING AND PRINTING
    • DYEING
    • UNIFORM COLOURATION ALONG LENGTH AND WIDTH OF FABRIC
    • USUALLY SINGLE COLOUR IS POSSIBLE.
    • NO DIFFERENCE IN COLOUR BETWEEN FRONT AND BACK SIDE OF FABRIC
    • AQUEOUS DYEING MEDIUM OF LOW VISCOSITY
    • DYEING IN BATCHWISE, CONTINUOUS OR SEMI-CONTINUOUS METHOD.
    • FABRIC DYEING IN OPEN WIDTH OR ROPE FORM.
    • DYEING IN FIBRE, YARN, FABRIC, GARMENT FORM
  • 3. PRINTING
    • LOCALLIZED DYEING
    • COLOUR IS APPLIED LOCALLY IN THE FORM OF DESIGN/PATTERN
    • LOW VISCOSITY MEDIUM WOULD SPREAD THE COLOUR BY CAPILLARY ACTION, DOES NOT MAINTAIN THE SHARPNESS OF THE DESIGN.
    • AQUEOUS MEDIUM OF HIGH VISCOSITY, PREVENT THE COLOUR SPREADING.
    • FABRIC PRINTING IN OPEN WIDTH FORM ONLY
    • FABRIC PRINTING IS MOST COMMON COMPARED TO YARN AND GARMENT PRINTING, EXCEPTION T-SHIRT PRINTING
  • 4. PRINT LIKE EFFECTS
    • PRINTING
    • WEAVING USING COLOURED YARN
    • KNITTING USING COLOURED YARN
    • APPLIQUE OR PATCH WORK
    • EMBROIDERY
  • 5. PRINTING STUDY
    • STYLES OF PRINTING
    • DIRECT STYLE
    • PRINTING OF SINGLE OR MULTICOLOURS ON WHITE OR PALE SHADE DYED FABRIC
    • RESIST STYLE
    • PREVENTION OF COLOUR FIXATION AT THE PRINTED PORTION
    • WHITE RESIST: WHITE PRINT AGAINST COLOURED BACKGROUND
    • COLOUR RESIST: COLOUR PRINT AGAINST COLOURE BACKGROUND
    • DISCHARGE STYLE
    • DESTRUCTION OF COLOUR AT THE PRINTED PORTION
    • WHITE DISCHARGE
    • COLOUR DISCHARGE
  • 6. METHODS OF PRINTING
    • BLOCK PRINTING
    • STENCIL PRINTING
    • ROLLER PRINTING
    • SCREEN PRINTING
    • MANUAL SCREEN PRINTING
    • AUTOMATIC FLAT BED SCREEN PRINTING
    • ROTORY SCREEN PRINTING
    • TRANSFER PRINTING
    • XEROX PRINTING
    • INKJET/DIGITAL PRINTING
    • PRINT LIKE EFFECT
    • TIE-DYE AND BATIK

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