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Course: Special Methods of Printing
Teachers in charge Ph. D. Šuršica Parac-Osterman, Prof. Emeritus
Ph. D. Martinia Ira Glogar, Assoc. Prof.
Study, Module Textile Technology and Engineering - undergraduate, Module Textile Chemistry, Materials and Ecology
Knowledge verification preliminary exam
Lecture type lectures, practice
Exercise type laboratory practice
Subject content Special methods of printing from fashion and economy points of wiew. Oxidative and photo developing printing (aniline black, leucoester dyestuff). Indigo dyestuff printing. Reserve printing, batik, ""Africa printing"". Flock printing (classic and computer process). Melange printing. Special printing processes; crimp effect, ""Orbis"", transparent-pergamentlike printouts, ""Devore"", metal dust printing. Combined printing. Digital printing.
Aim of course Special methods of printing primarely have a goal of achieving special effects and therefore are most used when low number parties are being produced. Material of special appearance assures economical balance and gives designers liberty in expression.
Literature necessary for course J. Storey; Textile Printing, Thames and Hudson, New York 1992.
Š. Parac-Osterman; Special Methods of Printing, Mimeographed notes, TTF, Zagreb 2003.
Supplement literature L. Miles; Textile Printing, Merrow Publishing Co. Watford 1971.
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