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V.32,no.4,Dec 2020
https://doi.org/10.5764/TCF.
Journal Textile Coloration and Finishing
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2020 / V.32,no.4,Dec
Title Effect of Particle Sizes of Polymer Binders for Pigment Inks on Touch of Fabrics
Authors Seongmin Park, Minwoo Han and Euigyung Jeong*
Institution/Affiliations Kyungpook National University
Pages/Total page pp.226 ~ 231 / 6
Language Korean
Abstract This study investigated effect of particle sizes of polymer binders for digital textile printing(DTP) pigment inks on touch of fabrics. The polymer binders were synthesized via miniemulsion polymerization of methyl methacrylate(MMA), butyl acrylate(BA), N-ethylolacrylamide(NEA) and methacrylic acid(MAA). The prepared binders were applied to black pigment inks and those black pigment inks were used to dye cotton fabrics. Then, color strength, rubbing fastness, stiffness, surface and bending properties of the dyed fabrics were investigated. Depending on the particle size of the polymer binder used, color strength, friction fastness, stiffness, surface and bending properties change. Generally, the larger the particle size of the polymer binder, the softer properties.
Keywords digital textile printing, pigment ink, miniemulsion polymerization, polymer binder, fabric touch
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Reference http://koreascience.or.kr/journal/OSGGBT.page?&lang=ko

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