Printing is a process of decorating textile fabrics by application of pigments, dyes, or other related materials in the form of patterns. Printing styles are classified as direct, discharge, or resist. In direct printing, color pastes are printed directly
on the cloth.
Screen printing is a printing technique where a mesh is used to transfer ink onto a fabric, except in areas made impermeable to the ink by a blocking stencil
Rotary Screen Printing
A continuous method of printing in which a perforated cylindrical screen is used to apply color. Color is forced from the interior of the screen onto the fabric.
MHM Fully Automatic Machine designed to meet the high quality, high-speed printing demands of the garment industry.
Digital Printing is described as any ink jet based method of printing colorants onto fabric. Most notably, digital textile printing is referred to when identifying either printing smaller designs onto garments (T-shirts, dresses, promotional wear; abbreviated as DTG, which stands for Direct to garment printing) and printing larger designs onto large format rolls of textile.