Technical Characteristics Of Digital Printing Process

- Jul 23, 2018-

Technical characteristics of digital printing process

The production process of digital printing is simply written into a computer by various digital means such as scanning, digital photo, image or computer processing, and then processed by computer color separation printing system, and then passed by dedicated RIP software. The printing system directly prints various special dyes (active, dispersed, acidic main paint) onto various fabrics or other media, and after processing, obtains various highs on various textile fabrics. The precision printing products have the following advantages compared with the traditional printing and dyeing process:

1.The production process of digital printing greatly shortens the original process route, and the ordering speed is fast, and the proofing cost is greatly reduced.

Since the production process of the digital printing is free from the process of color separation, production, and web making in the traditional printing process, the production time is greatly shortened. The way to accept the pattern can be through CD, E-mail and other advanced means. The general proofing time is no more than one working day, and the traditional proofing period is generally about one week.

In addition, the cost of proofing is greatly reduced due to the simplification of the process. The shortening of the proofing cycle and the reduction of the proofing cost are under the market competition law of today's time, and efficiency is the life of the market competition law, which undoubtedly brings more market opportunities to the enterprise.

2.The principle of digital printing technology makes its products break the limitation of traditional production of color and flower length, which can make textile fabrics achieve high-grade printing.

Since the digital printing technology can adopt digital patterns, the color measurement, color matching and printing of the digital printing products can theoretically reach 16.7 million colors, which breaks through the color limitation of the traditional textile printing and dyeing patterns, especially in the color. Digital printing is technically unparalleled in the printing of high-precision patterns such as gradation and moiré. In addition, the traditional printed pattern is often limited by the length of the “flower back”, and the concept of “flower back” may not exist in the process of digital printing, which greatly expands the space of textile pattern design and enhances the grade of the product.

3.The digital printing production truly realizes the production process of small batches and fast reaction, and the production batch is not subject to any restrictions.

Since the digital printing production process is fully computerized digital production, the production flexibility is greatly improved, and some products can even be delivered on the same day, and it is desirable. In addition, due to the application of computer technology, printing a series of patterns with different shades of the same pattern, as well as the designer's continuous modification of the color of the pattern in the production process has become a major technical advantage of the digital printing production which is different from the traditional printing production.

4.The high-precision printing process eliminates the need for color paste during the printing process.

The use of dyes in the printing process is “distributed as needed” by the computer, so that there is no waste of dyeing materials in the printing process, no waste water is generated, no noise is generated during the printing process controlled by the computer, so that the printing process is in progress. No pollution is generated, and the green production process is realized, so that the production of textile printing can be freed from the production process of high energy consumption, high pollution and high noise in the past, and the production process of low energy consumption and pollution is realized, which brings about the production of textile printing and dyeing. A technological revolution.