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Advanced Apparel
Washing, Dyeing,
Printing & Finishing.
Puff Printing
MD.AZMERI LATIF BEG
M. Sc in Textile Engineering
By this presentation we can know about
 Puff Printing.
 Method.
 Chemical Used.
 Print Paste.
 Equipment Used.
 Puff...
Puff print is a common print in Fashion Industry.
Some time we can call it Emboss Print . It is almost
similar to the rubb...
The printing process is same as other serene print.
One of the original specialties affects in the world
of screen printin...
 Like this print we can make the Print screen at
first.
 We make rubber color as normal.
 Mix an emboss or foaming colo...
 I advice all to use heat press machine instead of
hand dryer machine, because it will make the
puff evenly.
 And before...
 Cost of the print
 Though, the exact idea regarding the price of
the print, need to contact factory with a print
art wo...
 Jacquard Puff Additive is used to increase the relief of
prints on paper, fabric and other surfaces. Simply mix a
little...
 And, during a heat press please be careful
regarding the color of the body fabric because
the excessive heat can affect ...
 Excalibur 500 Series ink (Any Color)
 Excalibur PF-97 Puff Additive
 Water-Based ink
 Foaming ink Brand Name: Batu (T...
 Mixing Methods: (It is suitable for cotton,
cotton blended fabric printing.)
30% - 40% foam paste/Puff Adhesive + 60% - ...
Application Technique
Use: Add to Jacquard Screen Ink (JSI) up to 20%
by weight. Mix thoroughly. Pot life of mixture is
in...
Mesh Count: 80-305/inch (32T-122T cm) or
according to ink specifications. JSI is
recommended with mesh counts 80-160/inch
...
 Heat Press Machine.
Paste Input Machine
Screen Preparation
 110 Mesh with a 16% Emulsion of Mesh (EOM)
deposit. The goal is to achieve a heavier ink
deposit, so ...
Print Method
 Flood the stencil with ink and print stroke (multiple
strokes can be used to ensure thick deposit). A print...
Difference between High density print and puff print
High density screen printing at first glance seems to be some sort
of...
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Every body
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Puff print is a common print in Fashion Industry. Some time we can call it Emboss Print or foam print . It is almost similar to the rubber print we can make this print in any color. Mainly buyer asked this print on Knitted T-Shirt.

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Puff printing

  1. 1. Advanced Apparel Washing, Dyeing, Printing & Finishing. Puff Printing
  2. 2. MD.AZMERI LATIF BEG M. Sc in Textile Engineering
  3. 3. By this presentation we can know about  Puff Printing.  Method.  Chemical Used.  Print Paste.  Equipment Used.  Puff Printing on Different Fabric.
  4. 4. Puff print is a common print in Fashion Industry. Some time we can call it Emboss Print . It is almost similar to the rubber print we can make this print in any color. Mainly buyer asked this print on Knitted T-Shirt.
  5. 5. The printing process is same as other serene print. One of the original specialties 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.[8] An additive to Plastisol inks which raises the print off the garment, creating a 3D feel. In this method when the paste is printed and dries it look like normal printing garments but once it is cured the prints gets raised from the surface of fabric.
  6. 6.  Like this print we can make the Print screen at first.  We make rubber color as normal.  Mix an emboss or foaming color with the following color.  Then print on the garments with following color mixer like as normal rubber print.  Then we dry the print area by using heat. This is the turning point of this print. Because after getting the heat the print becomes puffed. Normally we dry the print area by dryer for small print. If the print area is larger then we heat press the area with curing machine.
  7. 7.  I advice all to use heat press machine instead of hand dryer machine, because it will make the puff evenly.  And before heat press please adjust the temperature and pressure of curing machine to get the correct output. Less heat will give you a less puff print. And excess heat can damage your print area.
  8. 8.  Cost of the print  Though, the exact idea regarding the price of the print, need to contact factory with a print art work. It may be one and half times more costly than rubber print.  Caution:  During a heat press please be careful regarding the color of body fabric because the excessive heat can affect on the color of body fabric
  9. 9.  Jacquard Puff Additive is used to increase the relief of prints on paper, fabric and other surfaces. Simply mix a little of the additive into your Jacquard Screen Ink (up to 20%), print as usual and then apply heat to your print. The microspheres in the Puff Additive expand with heat, giving you a raised print only after heating. Once puffed, the print is washfast and dry cleanable.  Fabric/Fiber/Surfaces natural or synthetic fabric and paper, vinyl, metal and leather  Sizes 4 fl oz/118 ml (Item JSI1300)  8 fl oz/.24 L (Item JSI2300)  16 fl oz/.47 L (Item JSI3300)  1 qt/.95 L (Item JSIQ300)  1 gal/3.79 L (Item JSI4300)
  10. 10.  And, during a heat press please be careful regarding the color of the body fabric because the excessive heat can affect on the color of body fabric.
  11. 11.  Excalibur 500 Series ink (Any Color)  Excalibur PF-97 Puff Additive  Water-Based ink  Foaming ink Brand Name: Batu (T & TB & TA)  Product name : # T foaming paste # TB high foaming paste # TA higher foaming paste Application: It is suitable for cotton, cotton blended fabric printing.
  12. 12.  Mixing Methods: (It is suitable for cotton, cotton blended fabric printing.) 30% - 40% foam paste/Puff Adhesive + 60% - 70% paste (500 Series ink ) mix  Printing  Blow Dry - Air drying oven Temperature must be 130-150 Degree Celsius drying 3 minutes  Completely dry  warm washing for 2 hours.
  13. 13. Application Technique Use: Add to Jacquard Screen Ink (JSI) up to 20% by weight. Mix thoroughly. Pot life of mixture is indefinite. Apply heat to print and ink will puff in all directions. For use on paper, fabric, and other surfaces. Finish: Puff Additive has a matte finish and will affect the semi-gloss finish of JSI in proportion to the amount added. Opacity: Puff Additive becomes opaque upon expansion and will opacity JSI in proportion to the amount added.
  14. 14. Mesh Count: 80-305/inch (32T-122T cm) or according to ink specifications. JSI is recommended with mesh counts 80-160/inch (32T-64T cm). Drying/Curing: While print is wet, heat the entire ink deposit to 275˚F/135˚C using a hot air gun or oven to puff. Do not overheat. For best results, allow ink to air cure 72 hours once puffed before washing. Cleanup: Cleans up with water or mild detergent. Caution: Always test this product for washability and durability prior to production.
  15. 15.  Heat Press Machine.
  16. 16. Paste Input Machine
  17. 17. Screen Preparation  110 Mesh with a 16% Emulsion of Mesh (EOM) deposit. The goal is to achieve a heavier ink deposit, so we use a thicker stencil.  You can use meshes ranging from 80-160/inch (32T-64T cm), depending on the detail in your artwork. Keep in mind the puff will cause the ink to expand, so your edge definition may not be the same as you are used to.
  18. 18. Print Method  Flood the stencil with ink and print stroke (multiple strokes can be used to ensure thick deposit). A print- flash-print (PFP) technique, simply flashing the ink and printing the same screen again, can be used to achieve a higher, “stacked” puff effect.  We recommend keeping puff areas small and incorporating negative (non-printing) space to make the texture noticeable without feeling too heavy on the shirt. If you decide to go against our better advice and print a large puff area, you might consider printing large dots or a line pattern spaced closely together. This will result in a more even looking puff print.
  19. 19. Difference between High density print and puff print High density screen printing at first glance seems to be some sort of high-quality puff print. Actually, the high density inks are not puff inks at all. In high density print Rubber or plastic sold is used as a paste. Screen applies many times on a same design. If it may be thick around 5-6mm then apply high density sticker. High Density is a popular special effect that rises straight up off the shirt and has a hard rubbery feel with sharp edges. A High density print has slight glossy finish. On the other side puff print rubber and puff chemical used combined. The puff ink expands when exposed to high temperature heat as the garment is cured. When the puff inks which raises the print off the garment, creating a 3D feel. In this method when the paste is printed and dries it look like normal printing garments but once it is cured the prints gets raised from the surface of fabric. Sometimes it called emboss print or foam print also.
  20. 20. Thanks Every body .

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