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Which kind of ink should be used for DTF printer?

2022-08-16 11:25:58
Which kind of ink should be used for DTF printer?
The DTF printer uses DDTF color ink, which has bright colors, high color fastness, and good white ink covering. This is also the preferred ink of many printing manufacturers. How many kinds of ink are with DTF printer? It is mainly divided into 9 varieties: black, blue, red, blue, light red, light blue, fluorescent red, fluorescent yellow, and white. We can customize different patterns for customers free of charge. the printer ink must be selected correctly in order to make a better product.

Why choose ZOOMJET DTF printer?

1. The white ink heat transfer environmental protection paint program is a subversive garment heat transfer application process.
1. It solves the critical problem of the direct-injection printing process on fabrics, and the transferring of the new heat transfer process is not limited to material.
2. No need to worry about the color difference and fastness, the pattern that you get is what you see, and the specific ink is used to make the pattern show exactly and perfectly fit.
3. No need to engrave waste and lamination, which effectively improves the production efficiency. Not limited to the pattern,  the natural hollowing out is lighter, thinner, and more breathable.
4. Reactive dyes are environmentally printing and dyeing. Environmentally printing and dyeing can make the dye molecules without fading after a long time of washing, and the color registration is firmer.
5. With ultra-thin feel printing, realistic and not fade, double-sided matte film, high-grade soft feel, scratch-resistant and washable.
6. Short circle and fast delivery, break through the limitations of traditional process color registration plate making, the digital output does not need plate making, and the minimum order is one piece.
7. Cost-effective, and does not require high investment in equipment and venues, greatly reducing investment costs.