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DTF TRANSFER FILM (DIRECT TO FILM TRANSFER FILM)

Posted By: AnneA1

Date: Fri, 7 Jul 2023

Price: $0.45

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https://www.heattransferfilms.com/products/dtf-direct-to-film-transfer-films/


DTF pet film is (direct to transfer film)which is becoming a popular and inexpensive technology. DTF pet transfer film is printed with water-based ink, which has better environmental protection. Compared with the traditional Eco-solvent printing, it has better hand feeling, washability, and durability. It has the characteristics of color, no scratches, no particles, and no irritating odor. After being printed, the DTF digital transfer film will not be warped.


It is produced by our company's imported processing equipment. Our pet film dtf is easy to tear off and can be used on different materials. It has the characteristics of resistance to rubbing, stretching, and other non-deformation. Even in extreme climates, sun and rain, cold or hot weather, it will be not fade or deform.


Due to the reliable product quality, DTF printing film is now sold well in Europe, America, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and other places. Welcome to inquire and request free samples.


What Is Needed For DTF Print?
For DTF printing, you will need special RIP software to handle your white and CMYK colors. This is necessary because the software manages the color's quality, drop size, ink level, and several key factors that contribute to print quality.


There are many heat transfer film suppliers, but we are one of the best choices for you.



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