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A3 Size DTF Film (11.75in x 16.5 in) - DTF Transfer Sheets for DTF Desk Printers

Posted By: AnneA1

Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2022

Price: $1.00

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https://www.heattransferfilms.com/products/a3-size-dtf-film-11.75in-16.5-in-dtf-transfer-sheets-for-dtf-desk-printers/



A3 size DTF digital screen transfer printer is a hot-selling product suitable for desk DTF printers, easy to operate with amazing print result. As one of the most professional film heat transfer manufacturers in China, we have one side matt and two side matt two types of PET transfer film. The stock is sufficient. Other special size also can be customized as your request.


Specifications Of A3 Size DTF Film (11.75 in x 16.5 in) - DTF Transfer Sheets for DTF Desk Printers
Thickness 75micron, 100micron
Size A3/A3 , 33cm×48cm or other size as customized.
Surface finish One or two sides matte effect
Coating Release coating on one side or two side
Suitable inks Water-based ink
Packing 200sheets/pack, 500sheets/pack, 1000sheets/carton


Film Properties Of A3 Size DTF Film (11.75in x 16.5 in) - DTF Transfer Sheets for DTF Desk Printers
Hot peel and cold peel


More ink absorbency and bright colors


Excellent colorfastness and scratch resistance


Good resilience and no cracking


DTF Printing Processes Using A3 Sheet Size Cold Peel And Hot Peel DTF Transfer Film
How many steps for DTF printing process ?


1. Print the designed pattern on the DTF transfer sheets or rolls by DTF printer and cover the print with DTF powder.


2. Put the printed pattern on the garment or textiles and bake to melt the powder.


3. Transfer the pattern to 100% cotton, nylon, polyester, high-elasticity fabrics by heat transfer press or electric iron.


Warning: Please operate the DTF printing process in a well-ventilated room with a filtration system and wear protective masks.



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