Dashiqiao Aoxiang Plastic Co。, Ltd。
Address: Xiwaihuan Road, Dashiqiao City, Liaoning Province
Contact person: Manager Mao
Several Transfer Methods of Transfer Paper
The main applications of digital heat transfer paper are as follows:
(1) Heat transfer printing of clothing decorative cloth, curtain cloth, sofa, umbrella cloth, handbag, Carpet cloth and toy cloth.
(2) Heat transfer decoration on the surface of high temperature resistant plastic materials or plastic materials treated by spraying, baking paint, electrophoresis, etc.
(3) Metal decorative panels, anti-theft doors, metal moulded doors, aluminium profiles, metal ceilings, curtain guideways, metal circular tubes, handicrafts, hardware furniture and other metal surface heat transfer decoration after spraying, painting and electrophoresis treatment.
4) PU or PVC surfaces, such as fabrics coated with PU or PVC.
The first is that the thermal sublimation pattern does not change the original texture of the material after being transferred, and it has a good feel and appearance.
The second is: after the thermosetting pattern is transferred, a layer of gelatinous material is formed on the surface of the attachment, which has poor hand feel and is airtight.
These two printing methods have their own advantages and disadvantages in production, and have their own characteristics.
A special heat transfer ink is used to print various patterns on a special paper, and then the patterns are transferred to the product through temperature and pressure. This special paper in the heat transfer process is called heat transfer paper. Transfer printing refers to the process of transferring dyes to fabrics via transfer paper. According to the sublimation characteristics of some disperse dyes, the disperse dyes sublimated at 150-230 C are selected and mixed with pulp to form "color ink". Then, according to different design requirements, the "color ink" is printed on transfer paper (which is a special paper, so called transfer paper). Then the transfer paper printed with pattern is closely contacted with the fabric to control certain temperature and pressure. In the case of time and diffusion, it enters the fabric interior to achieve the purpose of dyeing.