• Polyester, polyamide fabrics and mixed synthetics fabrics (min. 80% of synthetics fibers)
• Ideal for transferring onto synthetic fabrics
• Sportswear and outwear, fashion garments and accessories, gadgets, game clothes, flag and banners
Pre-treatment: To obtain particularly sharp images and a high details definition, it is necessary
to pre-treat the fabric, generally by impregnation with a foulard
Inkjet Printing: It is recommended to let the product reach operative conditions in terms of
temperature and humidity at least 24 hours prior to use, taking care not to stir it.
•Dry Heat or Steam: The heat fixing can be INLINE (calender or flat press) or through VAPORIZING
•Strip and Wash: The final washing is important to improve the touch and the color fastnesses.
It is generally carried out in three steps: PRE-WASHING, STRIPPING and RINSING.
Often, the above described operations (except for the final washing) are concentrated into
one single step, thanks to the use of specific plotters, dedicated to the textile industry, which
are equipped with specific in-line fixing units.
•Inkjet Printing: It is recommended to let the product reach operative conditions in terms of temperature and humidity at least 24 hours prior to use, taking care not to stir it
•Transferring: The printed paper must be transferred hot, through calender or flat press. Time and temperature may vary, depending on the type and nature of the material, on which the transfer is made on to.