Transfer printing is a new method of printing patterns on various materials and commodities, especially suitable for making a small number of personalized and customized commodities, as well as printing patterns containing full-color images or photos. The principle is to print the digital pattern on the transfer paper with special transfer ink through the printer, and then transfer the pattern accurately to the commodity surface with high temperature and pressure by the special transfer machine to complete the commodity printing.
Heat transfer technology can also use a variety of different transfer materials to achieve different printing effects, the most important are film transfer and sublimation transfer. The transfer paper transferred by film transfer contains gum, and then the gum pattern is printed on the commodity surface by high temperature and high pressure. Kule.com uses imported transfer paper and ink with excellent quality, and the printed glial pattern is very thin, and breathable, non sticky, non cracked, washable and non shedding; unlike many domestic transfer papers used in the market, the printed glial pattern is thick, and often has the defects of sticky and cracked. Cool net’s 100% cotton clothes are printed with the plastic film transfer technology. Sublimation transfer sublimation transfer is a new generation of technology, using special sublimation ink and sublimation transfer paper. The pattern printed on the goods will not produce gum. If transferred to the clothes, the ink is directly sublimated into the clothes fiber, the fastness is the same as that of cloth dyeing, and the color is sharp, more suitable for colorful patterns. Cool net’s fast sweatshirt and physical comfortable shirt are made of heat sublimation transfer technology.
Not all the products that can be heat transfer printed can use heat transfer to print patterns, which involves the heat resistance, smoothness and other factors of the products. Due to the continuous progress of technology, the products that have been developed by using heat transfer technology include: clothes, cloth bags, hats, pillows, mugs, tiles, watches, mouse pads, coasters, hanging calendars, medals, brocade flags and so on.