Thermal transfer brush effect printing is a special thermal transfer technology that is often used to achieve imitation brush effect patterns or textures on textiles. This technology is usually applied to clothing, home textiles and other fields, making the surface of textiles have a soft, silky, furry touch, increasing the texture and comfort of the product.
The steps for thermal transfer brush effect printing include:
1, Preparing the design: Based on product needs and market trends, the designer designs a suitable brush effect pattern, including brush texture, color, pattern, etc.
2, Making heat transfer film: Using professional equipment and materials, the designed brush effect pattern is printed on the heat transfer film to form a heat transfer pattern.
3, Prepare the thermal transfer equipment: Place the thermal transfer film and the textile to be printed on the thermal transfer equipment, and adjust parameters such as temperature, pressure and time.
4, Heat transfer printing: The heat transfer film with the printing side facing down is closely attached to the textile to be printed, and then the pattern on the heat transfer film is transferred to the surface of the textile through heat pressing or a heat roller.
5, Cooling and curing: After thermal transfer is completed, the textile to be printed needs to be cooled to ensure that the pattern is completely fixed on the textile surface. At the same time, curing may be required to enhance the durability and washing fastness of the pattern.