DTF printing, also known as Direct to Film printing, is a printing method that involves printing an image directly onto a heat transfer film, which is then transferred onto a garment or other substrate using heat and pressure. This method is similar to Direct to Garment (DTG) printing but uses a different type of transfer film. DTF printing is often used for printing on dark or colored fabrics and can produce high-quality, full-color prints with fine details.
3D (All Over Shirts)
Dye sublimation printing is a printing technology that uses heat to transfer dye onto various materials, such as paper, plastic, fabric, or metal. The process involves printing the desired image onto a special transfer paper using a digital printer, and then using heat and pressure to transfer the dye onto the target material. The heat causes the dye to vaporize and bond with the surface of the material, creating a permanent and vibrant print.
3D Shirts, most commonly called All-Over Printing uses the dye sublimation print process. Printed sheets are large enough to cover the entire substrate, allowing for full-color prints with smooth gradients and a professional finish all over.
Sheet Sizes Vary By Shirt Sizes