The printing classification of jute bag

The printing classification of jute bags, also known as “yellow hemp bags,” can be divided into two main types:

  1. Direct printing: This involves directly printing a design or pattern onto the fabric of the bag using ink or pigment. Direct printing is typically used for simpler designs and patterns.
  2. Transfer printing: This involves printing a design onto a transfer paper, which is then transferred onto the fabric of the bag using heat and pressure. Transfer printing allows for more complex and detailed designs and patterns to be printed onto the bag.

Both direct and transfer printing can be done using a variety of printing methods, including screen printing, digital printing, and block printing. The choice of printing method will depend on factors such as the complexity of the design, the desired level of detail, and the volume of bags to be printed.

In addition to traditional printing methods, some jute bags may also feature hand-embroidered designs or patterns. This can add a unique and artisanal touch to the bag, highlighting the skill and craftsmanship of the maker.