The principle of thermal transfer printing is somewhat […]
The principle of thermal transfer printing is somewhat similar to the transfer printing method. In thermal transfer printing, the pattern is first printed on the paper with disperse dyes and printing inks, and then the printing paper, also known as transfer paper, is stored for use in textile printing plants.
For thermal transfer printing, sofa fabric printers purchase this decal paper from a highly specialized decal paper manufacturer. Transfer paper can be printed according to the requirements of pattern designers and customers (ready-made patterns can also be used for transfer paper printing). Thermal transfer printing can be used to print garment pieces (such as edge printing, breast pocket embroidery, etc.) In this case a specially designed pattern is used.
The transfer printing Oxford cloth pattern has the characteristics of realistic pattern, rich and clear layers, meticulous pattern, high artistry and strong three-dimensional sense. It does not have environmental pollution problems. Due to dry processing, no processes such as washing, steaming, and drying are required, so there is no waste gas and waste water discharge, and the fabric itself is very environmentally friendly and healthy.
The dye of transfer printing Oxford cloth is fully sublimated and fixed on the fiber below 210 ℃, and can obtain good washing fastness and ironing fastness, and the dye has bright and bright color.