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Textile Printing

The practice of adding colour to fabric in specific patterns or motifs is known as textile printing. To withstand washing and rubbing, properly printed materials have the colour bound to the fibres. In printing, one or more colours are added to it in precisely defined patterns, only in particular areas.

Digital Printing

Also known as Direct-to-Garment (DTG) printing, Digital textile printing is a method for printing on textiles and clothing using specialised or modified inkjet technology.

Pigment Printing

Since the pigments attach to all fibres in this form of printing, the procedure is very easy to use, inexpensive, and suitable for all types of fabrics, especially blends. It also eliminates the need to apply dyes with various colour properties. The application of Pigment Printing is not only easy and less expensive but can also be applied to both synthetic and natural fibres.

Procion Printing

Dyes used in Procion printing Cold water reactive fibre dyes are Procion MX dyes. Instead of using heat, chemicals are used to fix them. They are ideal for various dyeing techniques  tie-dyeing, batik, shibori, ice dyeing, bucket and low water immersion dyeing, printing, and direct painting.

Discharge Printing

Discharge printing is a screen printing technique that uses the same tools and procedures as traditional screen printing, but uses discharge inks to remove the shirt’s dye rather than print a colour on top of it. It has some design similarities to bleaching, but it doesn’t harm the fibres the way bleaching would. It produces a very soft print that reveals the shirt’s weave.

Foil Printing

A unique printing technique called foil printing makes use of metal dies, heat, pressure, and foil film. Foil printing involves imprinting a specific design in order to create a shining effect on fabric. Foil printing is a sublimation transfer printing technique.

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