Shanghai, China
Business Type:
Manufacturer/Factory, Trading Company
Business Range:
Arts & Crafts, Furniture, Industrial Equipment & Components, Light Industry & Daily Use, ...
Registered Capital:
1000000 RMB
Plant Area:
<100 square meters
Management System Certification:
ISO 9001
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Sublimation Fabric, Oxford Fabric, Sublimation Print Fabric manufacturer / supplier in China, offering 600d Waterproof Direct Sublimation Printing Fabric for Tent, Cfs-751 Octyltriethoxysilane/Silane Coupling a-173/Octeo/CAS 2943-75-1, Cfs-850 3-Methacryloylpropyltrimethoxysilane/Silane Coupling Agent a-174/Kbm-503/Memo/CAS 2530-85-0 and so on.

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600d Waterproof Direct Sublimation Printing Fabric for Tent

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Min. Order / Reference FOB Price
3,000 Square Meters US $1.45/ Square Meter
Port: Shanghai, China
Production Capacity: 3000000sqm/Month
Payment Terms: L/C, T/T, D/P, Western Union, Paypal, Money Gram
Material: Polyester Fabric
Weight: 260g
Length: 50m/ Roll
Type: Oxford Fabric
Application: Tent
Printing: Directly Printing

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Basic Info

Model NO.
JY/ST-OD
Features
Waterproof
Trademark
JinYu
Transport Package
PE Bag
Specification
600D
Origin
China
HS Code
6006310000
600d Waterproof Direct Sublimation Printing Fabric for Tent

JinYu offers a wide variety of fabrics that are ideal for dye sublimation applications, including flag fabrics, display frame fabrics, backlit fabrics, tent fabrics etc. Direct-to-Fabric printing is rapidly emerging as the go to solution for the production of flags, banners, trade show displays, tents, awnings, canopies, pennants, museum murals and more. Dye sublimation direct-to-fabric printing provides competitive cost effective single pass production in a high speed.


Regular Products:
CategoriesSpecificationRegular Width
Flag Fabric110gsm knitted flag fabric90/110/130/150/160/180/220/260/270/320cm
115gsm knitted flag fabric160/320cm
120gsm knitted mesh fabric90/110/130/160/180/220/260/320cm
130gsm knitted shinny flag fabric90/110/130/160/180/220/240/270/320cm
75gsm taffeta fabric160cm
Backlit Fabric300gsm knitted backlit fabric130/160/260/320cm
260gsm woven backlit fabric140/160/280/320cm
260gsm UV printable woven backlit fabric160/300/320cm
Display Fabric230gsm knitted display fabric90/110/130/160/180/220/240/260/320cm
250gsm shinny knitted display fabric130/160/235/240/260/320cm
240gsm stretched knitted display fabric130/160/260/320cm

Transfer vs. Direct Dye-Sub Printing
There are many different ways of printing on textiles and fabrics, but the most popular inkjet printing technology for fabrics is dye-sublimation. And, there are two primary varieties of dye-sublimation printing: transfer printing, direct dye-sub printing.

In transfer printing, the printer prints on a special paper that has a coating designed to hold and then, under heat and pressure in a heat press or calendar, release the printed image. When the transfer paper is brought into contact with the fabric in a heat press, and the ink embedded in the paper is converted to a gas (a process called sublimation) and penetrates directly into the fibers of the substrate. Polyester fabrics are required for transfer dye-sub printing because the process works by slightly melting the fibers so that the ink physically becomes part of them. This is why transfer-based dye sub-printed materials are so washfast.

A growing variant of dye-sublimation printing is direct-to-fabric printing, which eliminates the need for transfer paper, although printed fabrics will still need to be run through a calendar - built into the printer or as a separate unit - for the sublimation process to fix the dye to the fabric. Direct-to-fabric dye-sublimation also requires pretreated polyester fabrics.

Other differences between transfer and direct-to-fabric include the nature of the image. The inks used in direct-to-fabric printing penetrate further into the fabric than those used in transfer printing. The result can be more muted colors and softer text. In direct-to-fabric, there is also greater show-through on the reverse side of the fabric, which is why the top application for direct-to-fabric - at least right now - is flags. A lot of development is going into direct-to-fabric dye-sublimation and new inksets and machines are eliminating - or at least reducing - many of its limitations.
600d Waterproof Direct Sublimation Printing Fabric for Tent
600d Waterproof Direct Sublimation Printing Fabric for Tent
600d Waterproof Direct Sublimation Printing Fabric for Tent
600d Waterproof Direct Sublimation Printing Fabric for Tent
600d Waterproof Direct Sublimation Printing Fabric for Tent
 

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