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Difference Between Dyeing And Printing
1. The process of imparting colour to the fabric is called dyeing.
2. It is performed on fabric, yarn or fibre in wet condition.
3. Half bleaching is enough for fabric preparation.
4. Dyeing can be done on fibre, yarn and fabric.
5. Colour is applied in the form of solution.
6. For dyeing there is no design.
7. Dyes are applied on both the sides of the fabric.
8. Only one colour is generally used for dyeing
9. In dyeing process, colour penetrates through the fibre or fabric.
10. A particular temperature is maintained in the dyeing process.
11. Thickener is not used.
12. The density of dye solution is low.
13. Generally after dyeing, steaming, and curing are not required.
14. Dyed fabrics are soft to touch.
15. Water consumption is high.
16. Huge time is required for dye application.
17. Liquor ratio is high.
1. Pigments or dyes applied locally or discontinuously to produce different designs on the fabric is known as printing.
2. It is performed on fabric in dry condition.
3. Full-bleaching with optical whitener is essential.
4. Printing is done on fabrics only.
5. Colour is applied in form of thick paste.
6. For printing there is a specific design.
7. Dyes are applied on single side of the fabric.
8. One or more colours are used in printing process.
9. Colour is applied only on the surface.
10. Carried out at room temperature.
11. Thickener must be used.
12. The density of dye solution is high.
13. After printing, steaming and curing is must for fixing the dye to the fabric.
14. Printed fabrics are harsh to touch.
15. Water consumption is low.
16. Less time is required for printing process.
17. Liquor ratio is less.
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