DTF transfers are similar to Screen print transfers in terms of the general idea, both transfers are made to be put on shirts and put on using a heat press.
DTF transfers are made using a different process. DTF transfers are printed on a clear film, then adhesive powder is added to the ink, and then the transfer is ran through a dryer.
How to Press DTF Transfers
Pressing DTF Transfers is a 2 part process. You press the transfer twice. The first press will be 10 seconds, allow the transfer to cool completely before taking the clear film off the shirt. Once you have removed the film place a Teflon sheet over the transfer and press it again for 5 seconds. The second press pushes the transfer into the fibers of the shirt, which makes the transfer last longer and have more flexibility. Our Recommended heat Settings is 325 degrees. These settings are the recommended general settings. All heat presses can be different and may require different settings. You will have to prefect your process and find what is right for you and your heat press, but this is a great place to start.