This printing process is a decorating one which is famous with so many customized apparel manufacturers. This flocking technique needs to segregate screens for every design’s colors, similar to traditional printing. In place of traditional inks’ printing, flock adhesive usually is printed on fabrics while flock fibers get distributed among all the wet adhesive. While fibers are getting applied to the wet adhesive, the fabric has gone through a field (electrostatic) which makes every fiber stand vertically, embedding fibers’ tips as adhesive..
Smaller Screen Printing
The above process gets repeated for every next color. Then the flocked fabric (finished one) cares in the textile dryer with warm convection air. The outcome is a plush, the 3D design which looks lively attractive and real. For facilities of small screen printing, in the absence of flock attachment, it is quite possible for using hand-held flock applicator. This works very similarly to the wide salt shaker.
In the absence of electrostatic charge, coming from the wand, fibers will drop into adhesive randomly, mostly lying clumped together with random patterns or horizontally. The electrostatic field creates charges for fibers and converts them to stand on the end.
Your dedicated representative will initially help you select the best fabric for your product.
Cut & Sewing
Once the fabric is selected, it is sent for Cut & Sew processes to make sure that the quality of the product is not compromised at all.
At this step, all the changes you need in terms of printing, add-ons and changes are done effectively.
Once your product is finalized, we make sure that every piece has your label before it is sent to the packaging department
The final product is ironed, folded with care and packed in the baggage of your choice to give it a premium look
Once the order is packed and ready, it is sent for shipment to your location with minimum shipping time.