What Is Direct To Film (DTF) Printing?
Direct to Film (DTF) printing, which Provision Print currently offers, is a printing method that transfers prints onto example, a t-shirt using a heat-press mechanism. Unlike the Direct to Garment (DTG) printing method, which only works on cotton fabrics, the direct-to-film printing method can work on almost all types of fabrics. Hence it can be printed on a larger range of apparel, such as polo t-shirts, jackets, aprons, and many more.
Direct-to-film printing is recommended to use if your design consists of many colours, gradients, or small little details, for example, the below design which was printed previously for an event at Singapore Science Centre.
Using the direct-to-film printing method to print your design on the end product, for example, a t-shirt is sharp and vibrant. Furthermore, the print is as lasting as the silkscreen printing method.
And since we can eliminate the step of pretreating and drying the printed end product, for example, a t-shirt, we can cut down on production time significantly. That’s great news for customers like you hoping to receive the order faster for your needs!