DTF Design: I'm Like 2023% Done Senior

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Direct-to-film (DTF) print transfers are the best and easiest way to get designs on your garments. With our ready to press DTF transfers, all you need is a transfer, garment, and a heat press! 

The design displayed on the mock-up, will come printed on our high-quality transfer film. All you will need to do is take your transfer and heat press on your chosen garment.

This design is a category "Large" transfer size, with the longest side being 10.5 inches, making it the perfect size for garments sized X-Small through X-Large.

Recommended Heat & Press Time Options:

  • Temp: 310-315 Degrees Fahrenheit 
  • Press Time: 10-12 Seconds 
  • Medium Pressure Applied
  • Cold Peel

Note: After the initial 10-12 seconds of pressing, peel the protective film off of the garment. Repress the design with teflon for 3-4 (max) more seconds. 

Our DTF designs can be pressed on any material, including velvet suede. 

What is DTF?

In the graphic design or printing context, DTF stands for "Direct to Film." DTF is a printing technique that allows for the direct transfer of digital designs onto a film medium.

With DTF, digital files containing artwork or designs are printed directly onto a special film, bypassing the need for traditional printing plates or screens.

To utilize DTF (Direct to Film) and heat press directly onto a garment, the customer can follow a straightforward process:

  1. Set up the heat press: Preheat your heat press machine to the appropriate temperature and adjust the pressure settings as per the manufacturer's guidelines. This will ensure optimal adhesion and durability of the transfer.
  2. Apply the transfer to the garment: Place the DTF film with the printed design onto the desired location on the garment. You will not mirror the transfer, as it is a ready-to-press design. Just apply the film as is onto the garment. Close the heat press machine and apply firm and even pressure for the recommended duration. Once the time is up, carefully remove the film to reveal the transferred design, ensuring not to disturb or stretch the garment.