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What are the common ways of printing non-woven bags?

2019-10-26  131

Common non-woven bag printing on the market mainly includes thermosetting ink printing, water slurry printing, high elastic heat handling printing, environmentally friendly glue printing, and glue foam printing.

Below we will briefly introduce the differences between these printing technologies.

Thermoset ink printing

Because the thermosetting ink is a non-solvent ink, it can be printed beautifully.

The appearance is flat, the fastness is good, and it has no dry plate, no odor, high solid content, good printability, and can be printed by hand or fully automatic machine printing. Now this printing technology is mostly used in T-shirt clothing. , handbag printing and other industries.

Slurry printing

This printing technique is a traditional printing technique compared to other printing techniques. Since the water slurry is brightly colored, it can only be printed on light-colored fabrics, and the printing effect is relatively simple. However, from the trend of printing, it is very popular among many designers because of its soft touch, strong breathability and expressiveness.

High elastic heat handling printing

This is a relatively new type of printing technology. The hot handling printing is suitable for the printing of cotton and non-woven fabrics, which can greatly improve the product level of green shopping bags. With its unique mass production advantages, it has become a printing technology used by non-woven bag manufacturers.

Plastic paste printing

The advantages of this printing technology are mainly reflected in the strong color covering ability, suitable for printing lines with clear lines, marginal regularity and accurate overprinting. It is mostly used for printing of Chinese fashion and T-shirts, and the applicable fabrics are also widely used.

Glue foam printing

This kind of printing technology is to participate in the foaming material in the glue. After printing, the protrusion of the printing part appears through high-temperature ironing. Because this printing technology is more complicated in the course of use, only a small number of non-woven bag factories use this technology. .