As people compete for individuality, umbrellas are used as personal items in the four seasons, and the individual patterns on the umbrellas can well show their individuality. Generally, people can guess their individuality through the umbrella they hold in their hands. Generally, the most commonly used umbrella printing methods include screen printing, offset printing, digital printing, thermal transfer printing and other printing methods. Of course, each printing method has its own advantages.
First, screen printing. The price of silk screen printing is relatively cheap, but there are some restrictions on the color. If there are many colors, the color effect of gradient color can be achieved, but the effect is poor at close-up, and the three-dimensional effect will be better if you see it in the distance. Therefore, silk screen is only suitable for umbrella patterns with few colors.
Secondly, digital printing. Digital printing is aimed at the small number of advertising umbrellas and complex patterns. The color reproduction of digital printing is high, but the disadvantage is that the cost is much higher than that of screen printing.
Furthermore, thermal transfer. At present, the most advanced printing technology is thermal transfer printing. Thermal transfer is a printing process that uses rollers to print ink on white fabric at high temperature, one roller per color. Thermal transfer printing is for umbrellas with many patterns and large quantities. In the case of large quantities, the heat transfer cost is the cheapest among all printing processes!
To sum up, our simple advertising umbrella uses screen printing, the pattern is more complex, and the number is small. Digital printing is selected, and the number of complex patterns is large. Thermal transfer is selected. Anyway, as an umbrella manufacturer, we will choose the appropriate one according to the specific situation of the customer. The printing process allows customers to get the results they want, but also to save costs for customers!