What Is Printed Fabric? What Are Its Advantages And Disadvantages?

August 13, 2021

What is printed fabric?

The simple understanding of printed fabric is that the fabric is a fabric that is woven first and then printed with the printed pattern. According to the different printing materials and printing processes, the printed fabric also has corresponding classification.


How are printed fabrics handled?

Generally, for printing, we must shrink the fabric first, and then print again. Otherwise, printing first and then shrinking will lead to color loss of printing color, uneven shrinkage and deformation of pattern, so we can't do it from stock. We can only print the embryonic cloth after treatment, so that the surface material can achieve the effect we want.


The characteristics of printed fabric the advantages of printed fabric the patterns of printed cloth are diverse and beautiful, which solves the problem that there was only pure color cloth without printing in the past. It has greatly enriched people's material life enjoyment, and printed cloth is widely used. It can not only be worn as clothes, but also be mass produced.


Printed fabric is of high quality and low price. Ordinary people can basically afford it and are loved by them. The disadvantages of printed fabrics are that the pattern of traditional printed fabrics is relatively single, and the color and pattern are relatively limited.


However, printing cannot be transferred on pure cotton fabrics, and decolorization and color loss may occur after printing cloth is used for a long time.

The process threshold of printed fabric is not high, and it can be found in various fabric markets. It is even easy to place an order through the printed fabric platform!

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