Hangzhou FY Textile Digital Printing Co., Ltd
Add: 4th Floor Gaoshida, Xinhua Village, Ningwei Town, Xiaoshan District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
Contact us: Solar Bao
Textile Printing Techniques
Digital printing is a printing of digital technology . Digital printing technology is a new hi - tech product which is formed gradually with the development of computer technology . The appearance and perfection of this technology has brought a brand - new concept to the textile printing and dyeing industry . Its advanced production principle and means bring an unprecedented development opportunity to the textile printing and dyeing industry .
Aadvantage as below：
Fast reaction to suitable for fast fashion nowadays
Cut down screen process cost
Good print effect, you could even print your photo on fabric
More widely used
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The fabric printed with this way including the fabrics below:
silk fabric in different thickness: silk twill, silk satin, silk chiffon, silk georgetted, etc;
cotton fabric in different style: cotton voile, cotton sateen, cotton twill, cotton jersey,cotton poplin, etc.
linen fabric, rayon fabric, viscose fabric, tencil fabric, etc.
The usage of fabrics: hign end dress, garment, scarf, shawl, bandana, lining, upholstery fabric, etc.
Founded in 2011, Hangzhou FY Textile Digital Printing Co., Ltd. is located in Hangzhou. We are a professional enterprise engaged in the manufacture and sale of digital printed fabric and scarf. We have more than 100 employees and 30 printers, before and after treatment can be operated by ourselves individually.
Our main markets include North America, East Europe, the Middle East, Oceania and East Asia, we insist on the principle of "Customer First, Integrity-Based, Pursuit of Quality"
Although we don’t have a long history, it doesn’t mean we don’t have the confidence and ability to supply our clients the top quality. Please contact us at any time for more information.
Welcome to visit our factory!!!
NO COLOUR FADE
there is chemical reaction between our ink and base fabrics in digital printing