Puff is a screen printing technique that uses special paints with the addition of a foaming agent, which, when exposed to heat, expands and gives the effect of "puff".
After printing, under the influence of temperature, the paint swells, giving a three-dimensional effect, perfectly emphasizing the details in the design.
Puff marking is available for water and plastisol paints.
To maintain the puff print, it is recommended to wash the clothing inside out in cold water. Do not use a tumble dryer, do not iron the print.
What should you know about puff 3d printing?
You can use the puff technique on the whole composition or choose specific elements or colors of the design to give it the desired effect, e.g. emphasize a particular part of the graphic
It’s the strongest way of marking - high durability, does not crumble and does not fall off
It can be printed in combination with a wide range of other inks and effects
It’s not suitable for designs with fine, detailed graphics (below 1-2 mm)
It can be printed on most types of fabrics