TC6504 - TECHNOLOGY OF PRINTING – I (Syllabus) 2013-regulation Anna University

TC6504

TECHNOLOGY OF PRINTING – I

 LPTC

3003

OBJECTIVES:
To enable the students to understand the fundamental concepts of printing of various kinds of fabrics using different colourants

UNIT I

9

Definition of printing – Difference between printing and dying – Pretreatment and Fabric requirements for printing – Design details of printing like repeat of design, squeegees, bolting cloth, Preparation of Screen – Table and Rotary machine – Ingredients in printing with functions and their concentration of usage.

UNIT II

9

Classification thickeners – Requirements to be a good thickener – Brief study on thickeners like CMC, Sodium Alginate, Indalca, Guar gum and Kerosene emulsion paste – Synthetics thickeners. Printing with Pigments, Classification of pigments, Synthetic binders, Catalyst, Cross Linking agents. Selection criteria for binders.


UNIT III

9

Printing with reactive dyes by steaming method, curing and silicate padding method – Advantages and Disadvantages of above methods– Printing with Rapid fast and Rapidogen colours, Printing with solubilised Vat dyes. IKAT Prinitng

UNIT IV

9

Colour and White Discharge of cotton and viscose dyed materials – Problems associated with Discharge style printing. Brief study on Discharging agents and their usage and limitations of usage, Different styles of Resist printing of cellulose materials, conversion style of discharge printing

UNIT V

9

Printing paste formulations, printing of silk with various classes for dyes. Direct, discharge and resist styles of printing. Print paste formulations. Direct, discharge and resist styles of printing on woolen materials.

TOTAL : 45 PERIODS

OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to
• Understand the concepts of printing of fabrics
• Contribute more trends and new developments to the printing industry

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Shenai V.A. “Technology of Textile Processing Vol. IV” 1998, Sevak Publications, Mumbai.
2. Mills I.W.C. ‘Textile Printing’ SDC Perkin House, 82, Grattom Rd, Yorkshire, England.1994, ISBN 0901956570.
3. Storey, J. “Manual of Textile Printing”, Thames & Hudson, 1992, ISBN: 0500680280.

REFERENCES
1. Kale D.G. “Principles of Cotton Printing edition – 2”, Mahajan Books, Ahemedabad. 1979
2. Chakraborty, J.N, Fundamentals and Practices in colouration of Textiles, Woodhead Publishing India, 2009, ISBN-13:978-81-908001-4-3

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