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DTF (Direct to Film) transfer prints refer to a printing method commonly used in garment decoration, particularly for creating custom designs on textiles like t-shirts, hoodies, and hats. Unlike traditional methods like screen printing or heat transfer vinyl, DTF involves printing designs directly onto a specialized film using a printer equipped with DTF-compatible inks.

DTF transfer prints offer several advantages, including the ability to achieve high-resolution prints with vibrant colors, as well as the flexibility to produce custom designs in small quantities with relatively low setup costs. Additionally, DTF printing can be used on a wide range of fabrics, including cotton, polyester, and blends.

  1. Heat Press Transfer: The printed film is then placed onto the garment, with the adhesive side facing down. The garment and film are sandwiched between a heat press machine, which applies heat and pressure to transfer the design from the film to the fabric.
  2. Peeling and Finishing: After the transfer is complete, the film is peeled away, leaving behind the printed design on the garment. Depending on the specific type of DTF film used, additional steps such as curing may be required to ensure the design is durable and wash-resistant.

Overall, DTF transfer printing is a versatile and cost-effective method for creating personalized and eye-catching designs on textiles, making it popular among garment decorators and businesses in the apparel industry.




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