Bedford Cord Fabrics
Crack Printing is a printing method to produce attractive design on the fabric surface where the rubber is used as the printing paste.
This is one of the recent developments in printing which gives thick prints on the surface of garments.
Generally 4-color ink process that mixes CMYK to create desired color in the design.
In this printing process these penetrates the fabric more than the plastisol inks and create a much softer feel.
The rubber printing system is the first ink jet printer in the world to successfully print with co-curable inks on uncured tire components and rubber products.
Sublimation print uses a heat press to change the solid ink from a design to a gaseous state which is fused to the garment it is being pressed with, leaving behind a clear photo quality design.