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- Standard screen printing, also known as spot color printing, involves using separate screens for each color in the design. The ink is applied through the screens onto the printing surface, resulting in solid colors and clean, crisp lines. This method is ideal for designs with fewer colors and bold, solid graphics.
- Process color printing, also known as CMYK printing, utilizes four primary ink colors - Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black (CMYK). By using halftone dots of these colors, a wide range of colors and gradients can be achieved. This method is commonly used for full-color, photorealistic prints and designs with complex color variations.
- Discharge printing involves removing the color from the fabric before adding the desired pigment. This method is commonly used on dark-colored garments and allows for vibrant prints with a soft feel. Discharge inks are applied to the fabric, and a chemical agent is used to remove the existing dye, resulting in a lighter base for the new color.
- Water-based printing utilizes inks that are mixed with water instead of solvents. This method offers a softer and more breathable print, as the ink is absorbed into the fabric rather than sitting on top. Water-based printing is ideal for achieving a vintage or distressed look and is often used on lighter-colored garments.
- Foil printing involves applying a thin layer of metallic foil onto the fabric using heat and adhesive. The foil adheres to the printed areas, creating a reflective and eye-catching effect. Foil printing is often used to add a luxurious or high-end touch to designs, such as logos, text, or embellishments.
- Glow-in-the-dark printing utilizes special inks that, when exposed to light, absorb energy and emit a luminous glow in the dark. This method is ideal for designs that require visibility in low-light conditions or for creating fun and unique effects.
- DTG (Direct-to-Garment) printing is a modern digital printing technique that allows for high-quality, full-color designs to be directly printed onto garments. DTG Printing can reproduce intricate designs, gradients, and unlimited colors accurately. It is ideal for small to medium-sized print runs or single-piece orders.
- DTF (Direct-to-Film) printing is a digital printing technique that involves transferring designs directly onto a heat-sensitive film and then applying the film onto the fabric using heat and pressure. DTF printing can be used on various fabric types, including cotton, polyester, blends, and even some synthetic materials. It can be used on light-colored and dark-colored fabrics with equally vibrant results.
- Flat embroidery is the most basic and widely used technique. It involves stitching the design directly onto the fabric, creating a flat and smooth surface. This technique is suitable for most designs and offers a clean and professional look.
- 3D puff embroidery creates a raised or three-dimensional effect by using foam under the stitches. The foam adds height and texture to the design, making it stand out from the fabric. This technique is often used for logos, lettering, or designs that require a bold and prominent appearance.
- Appliqué embroidery involves attaching a piece of fabric onto the base fabric and then stitching the design onto the appliqué fabric. This technique allows for the use of different materials and textures, adding depth and visual interest to the embroidery. Appliqué embroidery is commonly used for creating patches, emblems, or designs with intricate details.
- Metallic thread embroidery adds a touch of shimmer and glamour to the design. It involves using threads that have a metallic or reflective appearance, such as gold, silver, or other metallic colors. This technique is ideal for creating eye-catching accents, highlights, or decorative elements that catch the light.
- Embroidered patches are created by stitching threads onto a fabric backing to form a design. This method allows for intricate details, vibrant colors, and texture, resulting in a high-quality and durable patch.
- Woven patches are made using a weaving process that creates a design with fine, woven threads. Unlike embroidered patches, woven patches have a smooth and flat surface. They are often used for designs that require a high level of detail, small text, or complex patterns.