Casual Wear Craftsmanship

Casual Wear Craftsmanship

Screen Printing
Advantages: 
Bright colors, clear patterns, good durability, suitable for mass production.
Disadvantages: 
Not suitable for complex patterns and gradient colors, each color requires a layer of ink, and the number of colors is limited.
Note: 
The pattern must be relatively simple, and the number of colors must be controlled within a certain range, otherwise the cost will increase.

Digital Printing
Advantages: 
Suitable for complex patterns and gradient colors, high-resolution images can be achieved, and suitable for small batch production.
Disadvantages: 
Higher cost, not as durable as screen printing, colors may fade.

Note: 
For dark-colored fabrics, pre-priming is required to ensure the color saturation of the pattern.


Heat Transfer Printing

Advantages: 
Suitable for diversified designs and small batch production, can be realized on various types of fabrics, rich in color.
Disadvantages: 
Graphics may peel or fade and are not as durable as other printing methods.
Note: 
It is necessary to use high-quality transfer paper and ink to ensure pattern quality and avoid pattern distortion caused by excessive heating.


Rubber Printing

Advantages: 
Rubber ink can produce a raised effect, adding three-dimensionality and texture to the pattern.
High durability, the pattern is not easy to fade or wear.

Disadvantages: 
Compared with other printing processes, the cost of rubber printing may be higher.
Sometimes rubber prints can feel hard and not soft enough for comfort.


Flat Embroidery

Advantages: 
Clear pattern, good durability, suitable for logos and text.
Disadvantages: 
Not suitable for detailed patterns, higher cost and longer production time.
Note: 
You need to choose the appropriate wire material and pattern size to avoid embroidery difficulties caused by too thin wire material.



3D Embroidery

Advantages: 
Increase the three-dimensional sense of the pattern and enrich the visual effect.
Disadvantages: 
High production complexity and high cost.
Note: 
You need to choose the appropriate filling material and embroidery density to avoid the pattern being too thick.


Appliqué

Advantages: 
Colorful designs and patterns can be achieved, increasing the visual appeal of clothing.
Fabrics of different colors and textures can be used for collage to create unique effects.
Disadvantages: 
Additional manual work and precise sewing are required, increasing production costs.
If the patch is not secure, it may fall off or become damaged during wear and washing.



Washing

Advantages: 
Increases the softness and comfort of clothing, making it more comfortable to wear.
Unique color effects and textures can be created, making each garment slightly different.
Disadvantages: 
Different washing treatment methods may cause the fabric to shrink or deform, so you need to carefully choose the appropriate treatment method.
Excessive washing may damage fabric fibers and shorten the service life of clothing.


Fraying

Advantages: 
Create a unique and personalized appearance, adding to the fashion and personality of clothing.
It can make clothes look more natural and old, catering to certain fashion trends.
Disadvantages: 
Controlling the degree of edging requires skill and experience. Excessive edging may cause fabric damage or uneven clothing.
Edging garments may have loose fibers around the edges and require additional processing to prevent further fraying.


Reflective Printing

Advantages: 
Produce a luminous effect in dark light environments, adding uniqueness and interest to clothing.
Improves wearer visibility and safety at night or in low-light environments.
Disadvantages: 
Special fluorescent materials or processing processes are required, which may result in higher costs.
The fluorescent effect may not be obvious in daylight and can only be fully displayed in a dark light environment.