How is Transfer Printing Done? -

How is Transfer Printing Done?

Today, individuals want to express their own style, especially in the clothing industry. However, clothing products in certain styles are produced in stores. With the transfer printing service we offer, you can do great work for individuals to express themselves in the textile and design industry.

When we ask what exactly is transfer printing, we can answer this question in a way that everyone can understand. Transfer printing is the process of printing a selected design on a paper or carrier metal using special inks and paints, and then transferring the process from another surface to another face with the help of heat or pressing machines. K: You can design many clothing items specifically for yourself and popularize your clothes.

Materials Required for Transfer Printing?

Our company offers you the highest quality service with the machines it uses and our design experts. There are five main materials required for design.

The first of these materials is a design. You can use anything you can think of as a design. After choosing the design you want to be transferred, the material you need is the transfer paper. Transfer paper is a special type of paper that also helps you to transfer your design.

 At the third stage, what you need is a garment you want and its surface. In other words, you should have a t-shirt, hat or other clothing items with you that you plan to print your design with.

 Fourthly, the most important source used in the transfer of design is the light source. You can provide the light source with a heat press machine or an iron if you want to make it at home. 

Fifth, and finally, you need a machine or computer, this material is needed to create and print your design. These are the main materials required for the design.

Transfer Printing Steps?

Now you can create your own special clothes by changing your own free designs with the transfer printing method. Creating personalized and original pieces with this method is a very fun and creative process.

The first thing you need to do is a design preparation, during this preparation, create the design you want on your computer or using design software, copy it or choose it from different lanes. Then send us your designs via our website. The designs you send are printed on transfer paper with a high-quality printer. In the meantime, the design is transferred on the transfer paper without deterioration. In the next step, the designs are corrected with small touches so that the edges of the design are clean, clear and smooth. We use the best quality heat press machine as this film. After the preparation of the design and the transfer paper, the heat press machine is applied to the surface where the design will be printed at an appropriate temperature. After the temperature treatment is applied, the design transfer paper is not transferred to the garment or surface.

 During this process, great care should be taken to ensure that air and bubbles do not come out while placing the transfer paper. And then, by using a rework press machine, the design is completely transferred to the face, this process ensures that the design sticks to the fabric and does not come off in the future. After this completed man, the design is left to cool for better adhesion of the design. Finally, an ironing heat touch is redone for better adhesion of the design. If the design reaches you, there is a small touch that you need to make, this touch is necessary to iron the design in order to check its adhesive after it comes to you, and after a few washes, it is necessary to wash the garment by turning it inside out for the permanence of the design.

Our most preferred transfer type, which is the leader in printing design, is DTF printing transfer. DTF printing transfer method is applied digitally. In this method, designs are printed directly on the film carrier material without any damage. It is possible to create high quality, durable and colorful designs with DTF printing transducer. If you want to get more information about DTF printing design, you can visit our page.

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