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Textile Printing
Textile Printing
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Textile printing section is for textile printing professionals to talk about textile printing technology, machines , information and business tips

SrinivasanChief Party Member
Co-Founder of KnitBrain International.

Curing consists of baking a garment or garment section in a heated chamber to either set creases in the fabric permanently or to decompose auxiliary media used as a sewing aid. For example, curing permanently sets previously pressed creases in... (More)

SrinivasanChief Party Member
Co-Founder of KnitBrain International.

DTG is a whole new world in itself, with limitless possibilities to print on different fabrics of each and every color (including dark garments).

The are multiple DTG machines in the market with Epson and Ricoh industrial print heads.

Any... (More)

SrinivasanChief Party Member
Co-Founder of KnitBrain International.

Binders are film-forming polymers that play important roles in achieving optimum properties. Enabling a material containing chemical components to adhere to fabric, the textile binder adheres to fabric and turns into a film layer that surrounds its particles. This substance... (More)

SrinivasanChief Party Member
Co-Founder of KnitBrain International.

Textile Printing Technology - Origin

Textile printing was introduced into England in 1676 by a French refugee who opened works, in that year, on the banks of the Thames near Richmond. Curiously enough this is the first print-works on record;... (More)