Direct to Film



Direct transfer film is a type of transfer paper used to transfer designs or images onto fabric, particularly t-shirts, using a heat press or iron.

The film is made up of a thin layer of thermoplastic material that melts and fuses to the fabric when exposed to heat and pressure. The process of using direct transfer film involves printing the design or image onto the film using an inkjet or laser printer.

The film is then cut to the desired shape and size, and the excess material is removed. The film is then placed onto the fabric with the design facing upwards and secured in place with heat-resistant tape.

Direct transfer film is a popular and cost-effective way to produce customized t-shirts, as designs can be easily created and transferred onto the fabric with minimal equipment required.

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