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Dyeing is done in a special solution containing dyes and particular chemical material. Dye molecules are fixed to the fiber by absorption, diffusion, or bonding with temperature and time being key controlling factors. Usually the result of dyeing will have a certain color difference.

Technical properties
Sharp edges and burrs Removed
Premium appearance availability No
Tolerances Met after surface finish
Applicable to all pantone colors
Applicable Materials
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Example of an Dyeing part
Design considerations for Dyeing
The Justway Dyeing process

Dyeing is often more environmentally friendly than other surface finishing processes, as it typically uses less water and energy than other methods such as printing or coating. Let’s break down the basic steps for dyeing a part:

  • Prepare the material for the dyeing process
  • The next step is to select the appropriate dye for the material and the desired color
  • The material is then immersed in the dye solution, either in a dye bath or through a process of spraying or brushing the dye onto the material
  • Wash to remove excess dye and fix color
  • Drying and finishing