Printing solution for Digital fabric printing

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Simply speaking, digital fabric printing is the act of printing digital files onto fabrics. To achieve superior printing quality results, it is closely related with printing element, such as inks. The below diagram shows 4 basic ink types and the fabrics that they could print on. We can know that each works on specific fabric types and being best suited to particular purposes and offering varying qualities of print.
There are 2 main successful digital fabric printing methods:
*Dye sublimation printing
*Direct to textile printing
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How does dye sublimation printing works?
  • Step 1 – Prepare Your Design
RIP your digital print pattern, and get it prepare for printing.
  • Step 2 – Printing
Print mirrored reflection of digital file on specially transfer paper. Your print appears when the print head passes right to left and back again across the paper, laying the ink on the paper in layers through several passes.
  • Step 3 – Heater Transfer
Printed transfer paper is then transferred onto any polyester-based fabric under extreme high heat and heavy pressure using heat transfer machine.
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How does direct to textile printing works?
  • Step 1 – Pre-Treatment
Apply coating chemical to the textile before printing. This is can be called padding. Padding is helpful as coating chemical holds and penetrates the reactive dyes better.
  • Step 2 – Prepare Your Design
Choose the profile in terms of the fabric, and RIP the design to get it ready to print.
  • Step 3 – Printing
Your textile is placed flat on the sticky printer belt. Coated textile is then fed into the direct digital printer for printing. The textile is then gets printed.
  • Step 4: Drying
Your printed textile is dried by the heater attached with the digital printer.
  • Step 5: Post-treatment
The printed textile is gone through the streaming, washing, drying, and ironing. This is the most vulnerable process. Each textile requires a different length and quantity of steam depending on many variables including textile type and length of textile. 
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Something you need pay attention to direct to textile printing:
Every new pre-treated textile need print tested and the printer is calibrated to the number of ink that textile can hold to obtain a crisp, bright print. Too much ink and a print will not be crisp, too little and the color accuracy may be lost. The average shrinkage is calculated and then the textile is given a ‘profile’ which the printer uses each time it prints this particular textile.
When your textile is placed on the printer, the ink head is set to the correct height for the fabric; there are only a few millimeter clearances over the fabric. This head height is important not least to protect the ink heads but it also influences the crispness of the printing. 
More info:
Company Name: Fei Yue Digital Technology Co.,LTD
Tel: 86-025-86628894
Whatsapp: +86 18252072197
Address: Central Road 323, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China