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Economy DTF Transfer Film Sheets - Cold Peel - PET Transfer PreTreat Sheets - DTF PRO enlarged
Economy DTF Transfer Film Sheets - Cold Peel - PET Transfer PreTreat Sheets - DTF PRO

Economy DTF Transfer Film Sheets - Cold Peel - PET Transfer PreTreat Sheets - DTF PRO


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Transform your printing with the latest innovation in textile printing technology - DTF Transfer Printing!

These DTF Transfer Film Sheets are compatible with all DTF and DTG printers, making it easy to transfer vibrant, high-quality designs onto a range of fabrics including cotton, polyester and blends.

The process is simple: print your design onto the DTF Transfer Film, cover it with the DTF Transfer Powder, and cure. Upgrade your printing experience today and discover the limitless possibilities with DTF Transfer Sheets!

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Looking for rolls? DTF Film Rolls available as well.

In technical terms, DTF Transfer Film are made of a specially formulated polyethylene terephthalate (PET) release film. Essentially, these sheets/rolls serve as a medium for transferring high-quality designs onto textiles using heat transfer technology.

To use DTF Transfer Film, you'll need to have both DTF Transfer Film (also known as DTF PreTreat Sheets/Roll) and DTF Transfer Powder (also known as DTF PreTreat Powder). The process involves printing your design onto the DTF Sheets or Rolls using your DTG or DTF printer with DTG ink or DTF ink, covering the print with the transfer powder, and finally heat pressing the design onto your desired textiles.

Available Options:

SizePriceUnit Price
11.75 x 16.5 in (A3)$42$0.31 per sq.ft.
13 x 19 in (A3+)$47$0.32 per sq.ft.

CAUTION: WORK IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA and wear PROTECTIVE GEAR (including masks and gloves) while handling specialty printing and curing materials and techniques (such as DTF, DTG, UV, WTT, etc.), due to the potential hazards from fumes and processes. It's strongly advised to use a fume extractor in addition to maintaining proper ventilation when using DTF powder.
Operating any specialty ink printing devices and materials, including inks, chemicals, powders, etc., is entirely at the user's risk.
To reduce the chances of ink clogs and film warping, maintain the environment for specialty inks and films within optimal humidity (50% - 70%) and temperature (75° to 80°F) conditions. To reduce the likelihood of ink clogs and prevent film buckling, it is strongly advised to maintain a room humidity 50%-70% and a temperature 75°-80°F / 24°-27°C.

Click here to learn what is DTF and understand its advantages over other garment printing methods.


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