Introduction To The Characteristics Of Sublimation Paper Wholes

  • Thermal transfer printing technology is a new method of printing patterns on commodities with various materials, and is particularly suitable for producing a small number of personalized and customized commodities, and printing patterns containing full-color images or photos. The principle is to print the digital pattern on a special transfer paper with a special transfer ink through a printer, and then use a special transfer machine to accurately transfer the pattern to the surface of the product at high temperature and pressure to complete the product printing.

     

    Generally speaking, thermal transfer printing technology is a kind of transfer technology and product. It uses roll sublimation paper thermal transfer equipment to transfer the patterns and images on the thermal transfer paper to 180C0--230C0 to transfer and print on different materials. In the technical form, thermal transfer technology was first applied in garment printing, textile printing and dyeing industry, and shoe material industry.

     

    Later, with the development of the times and the progress of science and technology, the application fields continued to increase, especially the emergence of digital technology and the emergence of personalized consumer concepts, which made the application of thermal transfer technology more popular and extensive, and application products emerged in an endless stream, covering almost all material fields. . Such as: metal, wood, stone, ceramics, glass, PVC, leather, chemical fiber cloth can be applied to heat transfer technology to transfer exquisite patterns and images to produce and make exquisite products.

     

    The difference between thermal transfer and digital printing:

    Thermal transfer printing technology is an emerging printing process, which has only been introduced from abroad for more than 10 years. This process printing method is divided into two parts: transfer film printing and transfer processing. The transfer film printing adopts dot printing, and the pattern is printed on the surface of the film in advance. The printed pattern has rich layers, bright colors, ever-changing, small color difference, and reproducibility. Good, it can meet the requirements of the designer, and is suitable for mass production; the transfer process is processed by a heat transfer machine (heat and pressure) to transfer the exquisite pattern on the transfer film to the surface of the product, and the ink layer is formed Melt into the product surface, lifelike and beautiful, greatly improving the grade of the product. However, due to the high technical content of this process, many materials need to be imported.

     

    The technology that is slightly better than thermal transfer printing is digital printing: digital printing is a systematic project involving cutting-edge technologies such as CAD technology, network communication technology, precision machining technology and fine chemical technology. It is information technology and machinery, The product of the integration of traditional technologies such as textile and chemical industry.

     

    Traditional printing is inseparable from the use of flat screens and rotary screens. However, the cost and time consumed by plate making cannot meet the modern printing trend of small batches and multiple varieties. Therefore, the development of a plateless and pressureless digital printing. The basic principle is the same as that of an inkjet printer.

     

    Because the printing technology of sublimation paper wholesale involves a lot of calculation and control, it can be said that there is no digital jet printing technology without today's high-speed computers. For now, the development of digital jet printing technology is basically synchronized with the working capabilities of computers, and the development of computer technology still shows no signs of weakening. With the development of computer technology, it can be expected that digital printing technology will develop at a high speed in the future. . At the same time, the manufacturing technology of the nozzle also benefits from the related technologies of integrated circuits, such as etching and precision assembly. The continuous appearance of modern high-frequency, multi-nozzle nozzles proves this point.