ink jet textile printing

Ink Jet Textile Printing
Author: Christina Cie
Publisher: Elsevier
Release Date: 2015-02-11
Pages: 202
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Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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With the rapid expansion of ink jet printing, textile printing and allied industries need to understand the principles underpinning this technology and how it is currently being successfully implemented into textile products. Considering the evolution of new print processes, technological development often involves a balance of research across different disciplines. Translating across the divide between scientific research and real-world engagement with this technology, this comprehensive publication covers the basic principles of ink jet printing and how it can be applied to textiles and textile products. Each step of the ink jet printing process is covered, including textiles as a substrate, colour management, pre-treatments, print heads, inks and fixing processes. This book also considers the range of textile printing processes using ink jet technology, and discusses their subsequent impact on the textile designer, manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer and the environment. Covers the foundations and development of ink jet textile printing technology Discusses the steps of ink jet printing from colour management to fixing processes Analyses how ink jet printing has affected the textile industry

Digital Printing Of Textiles
Author: H Ujiie
Publisher: Woodhead Publishing
Release Date: 2006-04-28
Pages: 384
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Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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At present the textile industry produces the majority of its 34 billion square yards of printed textile fabric by screen printing. However as we move into the digital age developments in digital printing of paper are being adapted more and more for the textile market. Inkjet textile printing is growing while growth in analog textile printing remains stagnant. As digital print technologies improve offering faster production and larger cost-effective print runs, digital printing will grow to become the technology that provides the majority of the world’s printed textiles. This comprehensive introduction to the subject is broken into five sections. After two introductory chapters, it goes on to look in a number of detailed chapters at printer and print head technologies. The next section examines the printer software required for successful colour design and management. The digital printing colouration process is explored next, with chapters on substrate preparation, pigmented ink, aqueous inkjet ink, pre-treatment and printing on cationized cotton with reactive inks. The book is concluded with three chapters on the design and business aspect of digital printing. Digital printing of textiles contains fundamental technical explanations along with recent research, and is an invaluable guide for product developers, retailers, designers and academic researchers. Provides coverage of all the current developments in digital textile printing Covers important areas such as printer and print head technologies, printer software, digital printing colouration and design and business for digital printing

Pentalevel Halftoning For Enhanced Color Depth In Ink Jet Textile Printing
Author: Nasser Ali Jafari
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Release Date: 1996
Pages: 116
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Digital Textile Printing And The Influence On Design
Author: Marina Rehbein
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
Release Date: 2010-04
Pages: 40
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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject Design (Industry, Graphics, Fashion), grade: 2,0, language: English, abstract: Digital printing is a new dimension in textile printing. Compared to conventional methods there are many strengths, but also weaknesses. As far as the design process is concerned, the digital technology has an impact, to some extent being able to produce small, highly individual patterns, at a lower price and with a lower lead time than traditionally. These facts also positively support the trend of mass customization. Currently some designers embrace the new technology but at the same time it is also criticised. Key Words: digital textile printing, textile design, ink-jet printing, design influence.

Inkjet Printing On Fabric
Author: Wendy Cotterill
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Release Date: 2014-11-20
Pages: 192
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Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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Inkjet printing on fabric is a highly popular technique, due not least to the accessibility of the basic materials: desktop PCs and printers. There is strong interest from both textile artists and creative quilters, but the technical equipment can be an obstacle for many practitioners who have little or no IT skills. Inkjet Printing on Fabric will address these issues, and will guide textile practitioners to become confident textile printers, teaching them how to use their IT equipment as a printing tool as well as a design tool. Much of the work featured in this book requires no in-depth specialist skills and highlights taking an experimental approach to using desktop technology, including step-by-step digital imaging techniques, and a demonstration of the use of specialist printing papers and mediums. Embracing technology in textile practice gives endless possibilities for developing new working methods and adapting traditional techniques. Inkjet Printing on Fabric brings these possibilities within the grasp of those with little or no specialist print studio facilities, and means that techniques that were once the domain of professional artists are now accessible to everyone.

Fibres To Smart Textiles
Author: Asis Patnaik
Publisher: CRC Press
Release Date: 2019-08-08
Pages: 390
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Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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Fibres to Smart Textiles: Advances in Manufacturing, Technologies, and Applications offers comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals and advances in the textile and clothing manufacturing sectors. It describes the basics of fibres, yarns, and fabrics and their end use in the latest developments and applications in the field and addresses environmental impacts from textile processes and how to minimize them. This book serves as a single comprehensive source discussing textile fibres, yarn formation, filament formation techniques, woven fabric formation, knitting technologies, nonwoven manufacturing technologies, braiding technologies, and dyeing, printing, and finishing processes. Testing of textile materials, environmental impacts of textile processes and use of CAD and CAM in designing textile products are also included. The book also discusses applications including textile composites and biocomposites, technical textiles, smart textiles, and nanotextiles. With chapters authored by textile experts, this practical book offers guidance to professionals in textile and clothing manufacturing and shows how to avoid potential pitfalls in product development.

Textile Digital Printing Technologies
Author: David J. Tyler
Publisher: Woodhead Pub Limited
Release Date: 2005
Pages: 64
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Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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Ink jet mechanisms; Digital printing mechines and software; links for printing texiles; Substrates, including pre- and post-treatments; Colour management; Applications and markets for digitally-printed textiles; New Product development for innovation.

The Chemistry Of Printing Inks And Their Electronics And Medical Applications
Author: Johannes Karl Fink
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2014-10-09
Pages: 384
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Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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This book focuses on the chemistry of inkjet printing inks, aswell to special applications of these materials. As iswell-documented, this issue has literallyexploded in the literaturein particular in the patent literature. After an introductory section to the general aspects of thefield, the types and uses of inkjet printing inks are summarizedfollowed by an overview on the testing methods. Special compoundsused as additives dyes, and pigments in inkjet printing inks aredocumented. The applications to the medical field – drug deliverysystems, tissue engineering, bioprinting in particular – aredetailed. The applications in the electronics industry arealso documented such as flexible electronics, integrated circuits,liquid crystal displays, along a description of their specialinks. The book incorporates many structures of the organic compoundsused for inkjet printing inks as they may not be familiar to thepolymer and organic chemists.

Official Gazette Of The United States Patent And Trademark Office
Author: United States. Patent and Trademark Office
Publisher:
Release Date: 2000
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Chemical Abstracts
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Release Date: 2002
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Colorants For Non Textile Applications
Author: H.S. Freeman
Publisher: Elsevier
Release Date: 2000-05-03
Pages: 636
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This volume examines the chemistry of natural and synthetic dyes produced for non-textile markets, where much new basic research in color chemistry is now taking place. The first group of chapters covers the design, synthesis, properties and application technology pertaining to dyes for digital printing and photography. The reader will be pleased with the breadth and depth of information presented in each case. Of particular interest is the discussion of strategies for the design of dyes in these categories, with emphasis on enhancing technical properties. In view of certain new developments, the ink-jet chapter includes results from studies pertaining to dyes for textiles. The three chapters comprising Section II of this volume cover the broad subject of dyes for food, drug and cosmetic applications and then provide an in-depth look at dyes for biomedical applications and molecular recognition. The chapter on dyes for molecular recognition places emphasis on applications in the biological sciences, including sensory materials and artificial receptors. While the former two topics have been covered elsewhere in the past, the present chapters are unequalled in scope. Section III provides an in-depth review of the design of laser dyes and dye-based functional materials. In the first of the two chapters, the major principles of laser operation are summarized. This is followed by a discussion of spectroscopic properties, such as activation and deactivation of absorbed light by laser dyes. Approaches to the development of new laser dyes are presented. The second chapter pertains to the synthesis of dicyanopyrazine-based multifunctional dyes. The visible and fluorescence spectra of these dyes in solution and the solid state are correlated with their three-dimensional molecular structures. Molecular stacking behavior and solid state properties of these "multifunctional" dye materials are presented. The final group of chapters pertains to natural dyes and dyes for natural substrates. In recent years, the impression among certain consumers that "natural" is better/safer has generated much interest in the use of natural dyes rather than synthetics. This has led to a few short discussion papers in which the environmental advantages to using natural dyes have been questioned. The initial chapter in this group provides both a historical look at natural dyes and a comprehensive compilation of natural dye structures and their sources. Though natural dyes are of interest as colorants for textiles, selected ones are used primarily in food and cosmetics. Chapter ten provides an update on the author's previous reviews of structure-color-relationships among precursors employed in the coloration of hair. Chemical constitutions characterizing hair dye structures are presented, along with a summary of available precursors and their environmental properties. Similarly, the chapter on leather dyes covers constitutions and nomenclature, in addition to providing interesting perspectives on the origin and use of leather, the dyeing of leather, and key environmental issues. This volume is concluded with another look at colors in nature. In this case, rather than revisiting colors in plant life, an interesting chapter dealing with color in the absence of colorants is presented. Chapter twelve covers basic concepts of color science and illustrates how 3-D assemblies leading to a plethora of colors are handled in nature. It is our hope that this atypical "color chemistry" chapter will invoke ideas that lead to the design of useful colorants. The chapters presented in this volume demonstrate that color chemistry still has much to offer individuals with inquiring minds who are searching for a career path. This work highlights the creativity of today's color chemists and the wide variety of interesting non-textile areas from which a career can be launched.

Textile Technology Digest
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Release Date: 2000
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Chemistry And Technology Of Printing And Imaging Systems
Author: P. Gregory
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date: 2012-12-06
Pages: 226
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Printing and imaging has a major impact on everyone. From the obvious examples of newspapers, magazines and comics through to photographs, currency and credit cards, and even the less obvious example of compact discs, everyone is familiar with the end products of printing and imaging. Until recently, the major printing and imaging technologies have been impact printing and silver halide photography. Important impact printing technologies are offset lithography, gravure, flexography and screen printing. All these technologies, including silver halide photography, are mature and have changed little over the past few decades. In contrast, the phenomenal growth of silicon chip technology over the past 15 years or so has spawned a new era of printing and imaging systems, the so-called non impact (or electronic) printers. Not all the non-impact printing technologies are of equal commercial importance. Some, like diazotype and conventional photolithography, are mature and are declining in importance. Other technologies, though relatively new, have not achieved notable commercial success. Electro graphy and magnetography fall into this category. The remaining tech nologies such as optical data storage (the technology used in compact discs), thermography (the technology used in electronic photography), ink jet printing and electrophotography are the non-impact printing tech nologies that are both modern and which have achieved remarkable commercial success, especially ink-jet printing and electrophotography.

Asian Textile Business
Author: Daisen Ltd
Publisher:
Release Date: 2004
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INNOPRINT   Innovation In European Textile Printing Using UV Curable Pigment Inks And Online Fixation In Inkjet Printing
Author: Reinhold Schneider
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Release Date: 2004
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Textile Asia
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Release Date: 2005
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Textile Chemist And Colorist
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Publisher:
Release Date: 1999
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JTN Monthly
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Publisher:
Release Date: 1999
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Textile Chemist And Colorist   American Dyestuff Reporter
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Publisher:
Release Date: 2000
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Screen Printing
Author: Lambert M. Surhone
Publisher:
Release Date: 2010-06-02
Pages: 96
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Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Screen printing is a printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil. The attached stencil forms open areas of mesh that transfer ink as a sharp-edged image onto a substrate. A roller or squeegee is moved across the screen stencil, forcing or pumping ink past the threads of the woven mesh in the open areas. Screen printing is also a stencil method of print making in which a design is imposed on a screen of silk or other fine mesh, with blank areas coated with an impermeable substance, and ink is forced through the mesh onto the printing surface. It is also known as silk screening or serigraphy.