What does roller printed printed fabric mean

Roller printed fabric refers to a type of textile that has been decorated using a specific printing technique called “roll-to-roll rotary screen printing.” In this process, a rotating cylinder with a screen attached to it is used to transfer ink or dye onto the fabric. The screen has a stencil design that allows for the precise application of patterns or images onto the material.

The roller printing method is commonly used for producing large quantities of fabric with consistent designs. It is particularly suitable for printing patterns on home textiles, such as curtains, tablecloths, bedsheets, and upholstery fabrics. The process can also be used for printing on clothing materials like t-shirts, dresses, and other garments.

The quality of the print depends on factors like the screen’s stencil quality, the ink or dye used, and the pressure applied during the printing process. Roller printed fabrics can have a wide range of designs, from simple geometric patterns to complex, detailed images.


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