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Reactive ink printing is the most preferred choice for inking cotton and other cellulose fibers at home and in the art studio. So, what exactly is reactive ink? Reactive ink printing is a highly colored organic substance mainly used for inking textile products. These reactive inks are the most permanent of all types of ink.[…]

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A) The Lack of Clear Contours: The edges of the pattern should be sharp, clean and rough. The incineration has to be corrected, the fabric surface needs to be adjusted correctly, or it has been removed because there is not any thickened center in the center. Before printing, washing, cleaning-dust cleaning, vacuum extraction of dusts,[…]

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Although there are a number of printing alternatives, the old printing technique is still dominating the printing world. This most popular printing method is an easy to use printing device and requires less expertise. You will find many octopus printing machines in different brands and models. If you follow a well-directed checklist, you can get[…]

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Water Efficiency aims to consume less water without sacrificing quality. water saving can be achieved by reducing the working hours of a process machine that requires process water and / or by installing a process water recovery system. Only in the second approach, Water Efficiency is ensured as the targeted service (water required by the[…]

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The printing industry is growing by leaps and bounds. As we move towards a more eco-friendly environment, several changes and advancements are being made. One of thosechanges is the development and usage of eco-friendly inks. By switching to eco-friendlyink, we still get the high printing quality without the harmful additives found intraditional inks.By using traditional[…]

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