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Thermal printing is used for printing inscriptions, images, logos on textiles for various purposes: sports and corporate clothing; festive and casual clothes. And also for advertising on flags and desktop flags, pennants, T-shirts, baseball caps, overalls, and umbrellas (including nylon umbrellas).

Thermal printing - a method of drawing an image on textiles with a thermal film. From the thermal film, the required image (logo) is pre-cut by the plotter. If the image consists of several colors, then the film for each color is cut out separately. When applied, these films are laid on the fabric as an applique and then pressed against the fabric with a thermo-press. The upper plate of the thermopress has a temperature in the range of 165-185 degrees. When the press is pressed, the lower adhesive layer of the thermal film is activated and the image under pressure is adhered to the fabric.

Thermal printing by a film is also often called thermal transfer or thermo-application.

Thermal printing is the most efficient method of applying images to clothing. In small print runs, this method has an advantage in price compared to embroidery and silkscreen. However, this way can be performed as well and large thousand copies.

Thermal film has a wide choice of colors and a different texture. A thin film is called a flex film, a thermal film with a fleecy surface - a flock film. Thermal films have a different purpose: for printing on cotton (blended) fabrics or nylon; for dense and elastic fabrics. There are also films designed to pre-print a full-color image of a photographic quality.

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Thermal printing can be performed when the logo is applied to natural, mixed and synthetic fabrics. Thermal films allow the image to be applied to nylon, polyamide-nylon, polyester, polyester-acrylic and many other impregnated fabrics.