Basic Ingredients of Printing

Printing is the process where the print paste is applied on the subjected fabric or garment swatch or whole garment to create printed patterns or designs.  In this process, colourful patterns and designs are created that give a new look to the fabric and clothing. It can be done manually or by machine methods. There […]

Dyeing VS Printing | Key Differences Between Dyeing and Printing

Dyeing and printing are the most common terms for textile manufacturers. These terms look accessible here but are challenging to finalize because proper shade matching is complex in the dyeing and printing industries. Therefore, very skilled staffing and skilled dyeing master are needed here. These terms are different from each other. But some of us […]

Printing on Denim Fabric

Printing on denim is an issue we should be careful about, otherwise, you may have a latent problem that you are unaware of until it is too late. Denim is made from “Bean dye” with the warp threads heavily covered by starch mixed with indigo or sulphur dye. If you want to print on it […]

Top 5 Batik Printing Methods

Batik is a traditional textile art form that originated in Indonesia. Unusual color effect can be produced employing various batik styles. It involves using wax and dyes to create intricate patterns on fabric. There are several methods of batik printing, each with its unique characteristics. Here are some common batik printing methods: Tie-Dye Batik (Ikatan […]

Block Printing Method: An Overview

Similarly to the art of screen printing, block printing originated in the Far East. India and China are the probable birthplace of block printing as, according to historians, their people used hand carved wood blocks for the production of ornaments on textiles. The principle of this method remains the same; the blocks are made by […]

Flat-Screen Printing Method (Carpet)

Penetration into the pile is important in carpet printing and there are two principles upon which flat bed machines have been constructed. The BDA machine, which is no longer widely used, employed an ingenious arrangement in which the reservoir of dye was trapped between the blades of a double squeegee passing over the screen, penetration […]

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