Different Stages of printing for a tee shirt clothing printing manufacturers in tirupur in India to print on t-shirts.
Step 1:- Screen Film Making using Screen making material as per the size required. These films are readily available from manufacturers.
Stage 2:- Wooden panels are made as per the screen size and printing required.
Stage 3:- This stage includes fixing the cut screen to the wooden panel.
Stage 4:- Once the wooden panels are fixed then it is dried in natural sunlight.
Stage 5:- This is the stage where the actual print is engraved in to the screen. Each color needed for the print will get one individual screen. Which means if there is a9 colors for a print on t-shirt and we will need to make 9 different screens. This process is done a through a machine and is called Screen explosion.
Stage 6:- This is the final process to set the shape of the print on the screen. Through this process final shape is permanently engraved to the screen and now is ready to be used to transfer dyes to the tee shit fabric.
Stage 7:- Based on the Pantone colors in the tech pack sent by clothing importer or retailer, dyes are mixed and matched accordingly, ready to be pasted on the already made screen.
Stage 8:- This stage includes marking the exact place where a particular screen to be placed.
Stage 9:- Once the marking is done, then the tee shirt fabric is stuck on the glass table so that the fabric is stable while printing.
Stage 10:- This is the process where actual printing is done through applying the dyes manually to the tee shirt fabric using the screen.
Stage 11:- Once the tee shirt clothing is fully printed then that cut fabric is sent in to a heat drying machine through which the print is thoroughly gets merged with the fabric.
Stage 12:- Final stage is assorting the fabric in to the different sizes and relaxing the fabric.
Where to find clothing manufacturers in India?
There are two ways you can find clothing manufacturers in India, the first one is offline sources:-
Private label clothing manufacturer means, a clothing apparel manufacturer who manufactures
Tirupur is know as the knitting capital of India and is the largest contributor to Indian apparel exports, exporting around 2 billions worth of clothing to the world. Main importing countries include European Union, UK and the USA. Tirupur manufacturers and exports 90% Cotton knitted apparel and 10% Woven clothing. Different types of clothing that is manufactured in Tirupur are:-
Organic cotton is basically cotton grown without use of Harmful fertilisers thus protecting our environment, soil and water. There are no physical testing to test whether an cotton is organic or not, but there is Globally recognised Organisation called GOTS - Global Organic Textile Standard which certifies whether a particular batch of cotton is grown through Organic manner. They have their auditing and testing standards through which certify the cotton.
If you are looking to sourcing organic cotton directly then you can enquire through this website:- https://cotcorp.org.in/
If you are looking to buy organic cotton yarn then these are the famous yarn mills that supply organic cotton with GOTS Certification.
If you are looking to source Organic cotton clothing from India, then Synerg - an apparel sourcing company based in Tirupur in India works with several GOTS certified Ethical, sustainable and Eco-friendly clothing manufacturers and can help you to find the right apparel manufacturers.
There are several options to buy stylish and fashion oriented plus size clothing online in India. Some of the websites other than Myntra, Flipkart and Amazon that sell specialised plus size clothing in India are,
Charge or costing for a particular apparel or garment by an India clothing manufacturer typically depends upon the following:-
Price for a garment can cost from 75 cents per piece up to $25 per piece, it all depends upon the buyer requirement.
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Welcome to Synerg's Clothing blog, this blog is about different methods to help to find the right clothing manufacturers and also explanation about various production techniques clothing manufacturers utilised to manufacture custom mens, women's and children's clothing.