How Custom DTF ordering Works?
1. Upload Design in Vector File
Find the right size of the DTF print in the shop
2. We Print the DTF Transfers
We will prepare the artwork and digitally print it onto a film and coat it with the glue on the backing, NO weeding required
3. We Ship the Order
Place your order, pay and we will do the rest! We ship Australia Wide, order from A4, A3 or by the meter. Bulk wholesale gang sheets are permitted.
In need of getting just one custom digitally printed DTF (Direct to Film) T-shirt printed? We now offer a full colour single garment digital printing option. All we need is a high resolution print file and your can upload it to the online designer and we shall print it and dispatch it as soon as it is ready. Printing method will be determined by design and quantities.
Bulk DTF Printing Supplies Australia
DTF Direct to Film Digital Transfers Australia
Pre-press garment for 5 second at medium pressure on a good quality heat press
position the DTF transfer films onto the garment and add a Teflon paper onto the design
Press at 150 degrees Celsius for 10 second
allow for the garment to cool completely as the transfers are cold peel only
peel the Direct to Film Digital transfer
place on the heat press and place baking paper on the top and repress for 5 second
There are four different kinds of T-shirts that are used for wholesale orders: screen-printed, direct to garment print, direct transfer print, and cut and sew. Each of these different kind of T-shirts has its own distinct advantages, so when it comes time to picking the perfect one, there are several factors to take into consideration. The most important factor to think about is that the T-shirts should look good, because customers want to be able to wear them. If the designs and colors are bad looking, then the likelihood of the customer exchanging the T-shirts for another, or simply not wearing them, is very high. Therefore, when designing your digital T-shirts, make sure that the colors are attractive, and that the designs look good and fit well together.
Another important factor is that you should pick a digital garment printing method that uses paper that can withstand ink bleeding. Ink bleeding occurs when the ink on the paper spills out onto the actual garment that the customer will be wearing. For instance, if you are creating screen-printed T-shirts, which will be distributed to several different stores, then the chances of ink bleeding are extremely high. In addition to paper that can tolerate ink bleeding, it is also recommended to use solid colors, because it is difficult to over print on a solid color T-shirt. This is especially true if the customer wants several different colors of T-shirts.
After considering all of these factors, you should also take a look at the cost of the T-shirts that you plan on creating. Some printing methods, such as screen printing and direct transfer printing, are more affordable than others. Most customers will go for cheaper options if the designs and colors are not going to be popular among online tattoo fans. You should also take a look at how easy the digital garment printing process is, and the ease of using the software that is used to create the designs. If you have some experience in screen printing and you are comfortable with the software that you are using, then you can probably perform your own screen printing. However, for those who are less familiar with digital garment printing methods, it would be better if you hired a talented screen printer to produce the t-shirts for you.
We now supply DTF supplies like PET transparent films in a 30m, or 60m width on a 100m roll. A4 size films, A3 films. InkStar DTF inks, head cleaning solutions, capping station solutions for Epson heads also available at competitive prices including DTF white Powders and bulk ready printed custom transfers for your business shipped Australia wide. We delivery to Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Hobart, Canberra, Adelaide, Brisbane and most major cities.