What are the printing methods of non-woven bags?

2019-03-16 14:20:43

Non-woven bags generally choose screen printing process, which is often called "silk printing", which has always been a common printing process used by many manufacturers. Generally, manual printing, because the printing has a peculiar smell, color is not satisfactory and easy to fall off, so many new non-woven printing methods emerge. Here we introduce some of the mainstream in the market:

1 watermark

Because of its choice of water-based elastomer as a printing medium, it is more common in textile printing, also known as printing. When printing, color paste and water elastomer should be harmonized. The printing plate can be washed directly with water without chemical solvent. Its characteristics are good colouring power, strong covering and fastness, water resistance, basically no odor. Generally used for printing: canvas bags, cotton watermarking printing bags

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2 Gravure Printing

The products processed by this method are generally called laminated non-woven bags. The process consists of two steps: first, the traditional gravure printing process is used to print the pictures on the film, and then the film coating process is used to composite the pictures on the non-woven fabric. This process is usually used in large area non-woven bags printed with colorful pictures. Its characteristics are exquisite printing, machine production throughout the selection, production cycle is short. Other products have excellent waterproofing function, and the economic use of the products is better than that of non-woven bags produced by other processes. Thin film has bright and matte two kinds to choose, matte polishing effect! The product is fashionable, generous, practical, full-coloured and realistic. The defect is that the price is more valuable.

3 thermal transfer printing

Heat transfer in printing belongs to special printing! The method requires a central medium, i. e. printing pictures on thermal transfer film or paper, and then transferring pictures to non-woven fabrics by warming up the transfer equipment. The common medium used in textile printing is heat transfer film. Its advantages are: exquisite printing, rich layered edition, comparable beautiful photographs. It is suitable for small area multicolour picture printing. The defect is that a long print picture is easy to fall off and expensive.