Transfer printing is one of the printing process among screen and roller printing. The process in transfer printing involves transferring dye from one surface usually paper to fabric. The method was developed using disperse dyes on paper ,which were heated in contact with polyster. The dyes vaprorised and transferred to the polyster. The dyes vaporised and transferred to the polyster fibres.
Transfer printing can be used on almost any width of fabric or garment panels. It is flexible way of printing, allowing short production runs of any design and quick repeats if necessary. Transfer printing allows the application of single images such as logos and t-shirt designs. There is less dye wastage, lower energy costs and less skilled labour is necessary. Knitted fabrics are not distorted by transfer printing.
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