Image by Don Delfin Almonte

What sets DTF apart from other transfers?

DTF works with wide variety of substrates - no pre-treatment required
Cotton, Silk, Polyester, Denim, Nylon, Leather, Blends
Works equally well on light and dark textiles
No cutting or weeding - crisp defined edges and detail
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How is DTF different from DTG?
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DTG Printer - 16" x 20" 

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DTF Roll Fed Printer System - 24" width

DTG prints directly to the fabric, dark fabrics require pretreatment.
DTF
prints to an intermediate film, no fabric pretreatment is required.
DTG is typically printed one at a time and is limited to the printer table dimensions..
DTF printers can be roll printers allowing multiple  & larger images to be printed.
How is DTF different from Dye Sub
Dye Sub is for polyester fabric or polyester coated surfaces only.
DTF works with all fabrics and many other surfaces.
Dye Sub
 is not suitable for dark fabrics  or surfaces - there is no white ink.
DTF uses white ink to apply a base over any color fabric or suitable surface.