T-shirt printer has a wide range of applications for its simple operation procedures and high-quality dyeing and coloring create low cost-efficient production structure. Another benefit is free intermediate supplies like hot stamping paper, crystal glue, crystal film, high-temperature tape, and heat transfer equipment.
The printing process of the garment printing machine or t-shirt printer is so simple that it only contains the following four steps: Firstly, the coating on the printed part; secondly, heat transfer processing; thirdly, printing and natural drying; the last is completion.
T-shirt printer can print directly on the paper material and can print various types of pictures on any material such as gold, silver, iron, aluminum, crystal, silicone, wood, glass, leather, cloth, stone, etc. It can also print pictures on irregular surfaces such as mobile phones, telephones, USB flash drives, vases, pens, etc. What’s more, it paints well on cylindrical objects in a small size such as vases, pens, etc. With an object height of 0-17.5cm and surface convex curvature of 0-7mm
While printing, t-shirt printer can adjust the height in the range of 0-17cm to carry out color photo-level printing on the surface of finished and semi-finished products of various costumes, which is suitable for garment products factory for color proofing of sample proofing and small-batch products. Workers do not need an experience base, it can help users to expand new business, greatly improve work efficiency, and double production costs.
The universal color printing mode of t-shirt printer is C, M, Y, K. It has a big difference compared with RGB: RGB mode is a luminous color mode, you can still see the screen in a dark room. Content CMYK is a color model that relies on reflection. Take this for example, how do we read the contents of a newspaper? It is illuminated by sunlight or light and then reflected into our eyes to see the content. It needs to be sourced by the outside world. If you are in a dark room it is impossible to read the newspaper. To put it simply, as long as the image displayed on the screen is in RGB mode. As long as the image is seen on the printed matter, it is expressed in CMYK mode. For example, journals, magazines, newspapers, posters, etc. are all printed, so it is the CMYK model. Similar to RGB, CMY is the first letter of three printing ink names: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow. And K takes the last letter of black, the reason why the first letter is not taken is to avoid confusion with blue. In theory, only three CMY inks are needed, and the three mixed together should get black. However, since the manufacturing process cannot produce high-purity ink, the result of CMY addition is actually a dark red color. Therefore, it is necessary to add a special black ink to reconcile.
All in all, when we consider the mixing of colors, we must consider the mixing of colored light and the mixing of achromatic light, which may help you better understand the principle of t-shirt printer.