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Flow chart of cotton and synthetic fabric printing process

Flow chart of cotton and synthetic fabric printing process: Introduction: The flow chart of the printing process usually depends on the fiber properties. Generally, several processes are adopted to make the fabric suitable for dyeing and printing. These processes are called preparatory processes or pre-treatment. Then the fabric is dyed and printed. The printed fabric …

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Printing process of polyester-cotton blended fabric

Printing process of polyester-cotton blended fabric: Introduction: In this method, two fibers are blended (polyester + cotton) to make cloth. Disperse dye (for polyester) and reactive dye (for cotton) are commonly used for printing such fabrics. Dispersal or duranol dye is commonly used for polyester and Procion dye for cotton. https://bdfabric.com/polyester-fabric-printing-by-disperse-dyes/ Printing process of polyester-cotton …

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Polyester fabric printing by disperse dyes

Polyester fabric printing by disperse dyes: Introduction: Disperses are best for printing on fabrics made of polyester fiber. If the polyester cloth is printed without this dye, all those dyes do not have any washing fastness. When printing polyester fabrics with dispersed dyes such as dispersal and duranol etc., the dye-fixing or development method is …

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Cotton fabric printing by reactive dye

Cotton fabric printing by reactive dye: Cotton fabrics can be printed in different printing styles by different dyestuffs. Reactive dyes, vat dyes, azoic dyes, direct dyes, basic dyes, aniline black, etc. can be used for printing cotton fabrics. https://bdfabric.com/flock-printing-in-textile/ Printing of cotton fabrics by reactive dyes: It forms a covalent bond with the reactive dye …

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