Our DTF ink (aka Direct to Film ink) has been carefully selected and tested, and our DTF ink manufacturing partners carefully scrutinized it to ensure the highest quality standards in ink production and consistency. DTF Ink is used to print to DTF Film (Direct to Film Transfers) using either a DTG or DTF printer. The DTF ink/transfers can be transferred to a variety of textiles and fabrics (cotton, polyester, and more) as well as other substrates. Choosing the right DTF ink can be a daunting task, so we have broken down our ink types in the following matrix to better guide you. Although all our DTF inks will work on a variety of engines, we also offer the desktop DTF and wideDTF ink series that are formulated for a more specific set of printheads/printer engines.
Sublimation printing uses a chemical process in which a solid turns into a gas immediately without passing through the liquid stage. DTF printing involves the use of transfer paper to transfer the image into the fabric or material.
2 grams of white ink and 2 grams of CMYK ink were used. Further, 6 grams came from powder adding up to a total of 20 grams.