Manufacturing Craft of Non-woven Fabric Handbag
Generally, non-woven fabric handbag adopts silk-screen printing (silk printing) technology which is commonly used by many manufacturers. As the printing is manually done, it is not easy to control the technical colors; however, many new non-woven fabric printing methods are springing up along with customer’s increasing demands on printing quality and environmental protection. Here we will introduce the main printing methods:
It is named due to the adoption of water flexible glue as printing medium. It is common in textile printing and is also called calico printing. When printing, mix well the color paste with water flexible glue; when washing the printing plate, just use water instead of chemical solvent. The watermark features excellent tinctorial power, covering power, fastness, and laundry resistance without bad smell.
Finishes produced in this way are generally called PP film non-woven bags. This technology goes through 2 stages. First, print the patterns and words to film by traditional intaglio printing, then coat the film with patterns and words to non-woven fabric by film coating technology. Generally, this technology is adopted for large area color patterns printing. This technology features exquisite printing, short production cycle, and excellent waterproof as well as outstanding service durability. There are two types of film: polished and matte. The matte film is frosted, but it does not comply with the concept of environmental protection, for the film is hard to degrade.
It is a special printing technology that needs a medium to first print the patterns and words to heat transfer film or heat transfer paper and then transfer the patterns and words to non-woven fabric via heating by transfer printing equipments. The commonly used medium in textile printing is heat transfer film features excellent printing, rich layer plates and nice pictures. It is recommended for small area color picture printing. However, the printing cost is too high.