DTF is a printing process that transfers full-color images to various materials using a wide format printer and PET transfer film with water-based pigmented ink. It involves white ink for adhesion and curing in a dryer.

DTF offers vibrant color transfers, doesn't require pretreatment, doesn't involve weeding, has no color or fabric limitations, and doesn't need high temperatures.

DTF transfers are affordable, versatile, stretchy, durable, and don't crack. They work well with dry-fit polyester apparel.

A good transfer depends on the quality of the printer, consumables, knowledge of the process, and proper curing. It starts with high-resolution, transparent artwork.

Use 300 DPI transparent PNG files. Ensure no pixelation, high resolution, and a transparent background.

Cut the transfer, place it on the prepressed garment, apply 6 KG of pressure at 330°F for 10 seconds, and peel the film.

A properly produced transfer should last well beyond 50 washes. Issues affecting durability include bad consumables, under-cured transfers, and improper pressing.

Exact color matching isn't guaranteed. DTF prints in CMYK, so colors on your screen may not match exactly. Sending files in CMYK format helps improve color accuracy.

The system supports RGB and CMYK for submitting artwork, but prints are produced in CMYK ink. Submitting files in CMYK colors is recommended.

DTF printing offers precision, detail, versatility, and durability. It can handle complex designs and various fabric types.

DTF is faster, more versatile, and supports more fabric types than sublimation.

Sizes vary by garment type:

  • Pocket: 4"
  • Baby Onesie: 5"
  • Toddler: 6"
  • Youth: 8"
  • Adult XS, S, M, L, XL: 11"
  • Adult 2XL, 3XL: 11.5"
  • Adult 4XL: 12"
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