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Uninet DTF Triple Coated Transfer Film Sheet - A3Plus - 12.9 in x 19 in (328mm x 483mm)

This unique Triple Coated technology helps improve vibrancy compared to other competitive brands, and aids in an easier release from the garment or textile.

NOTE: DTF equipment should be used in a well-ventilated area with a filtration system. We recommend using a fume extractor to handle the fumes caused by powder curing and a ventilator for filtering DTF powder if it becomes airborne due to handling. Protective gear such as gloves, safety goggles and/or smocks or aprons should be used to maintain the safety of the user. DTF inks and films require a good humidity environment - over 50% humidity is strongly advised to reduce the risk of ink clogs and film buckling. The use of DTF equipment, chemicals, powders, inks, and all accessories is at the user's risk.


More Information
Compatible Equipment Uninet 100/1000 DTF
Film Size 13" x 19"
Peel Type Cold Peel

DTF Custom Transfer Application Instructions

When Using The Heat Station Manual Powder Application Process

After printing, you must apply the adhesive power within a few minutes (before the ink dries). Manual application of the powder would normally requires a large container, spreading the powder all over the page, and then removing as much excess powder as possible by ‘flicking’ the back of the sheet. After, lay the printed transfer in the heat station print side up.

Recommended Temperature For DTF Powder Curing
  • A3 Sheets – 120°C/250°F for 120 seconds. For sheets with large images and/or a lot of ink coverage, it may be necessary to open the cover, rotate the page 180 degrees, and then bake for an additional 120 seconds.
  • A4 Or Smaller Sheets – 120°C/250°F for 120 seconds.
Application On Cotton
  • Press 325°F for 15 seconds at medium pressure.
  • Post press for 10 seconds at medium pressure.
Application On Cotton Blends
  • Press 325°F for 12 seconds at medium pressure.
  • Post press for 10 seconds at medium pressure.
  • Note: Hoodies may require 325°F and up.
Application On Polyester & Tri-Blends
  • Press 275°F for 10 seconds at medium pressure.
  • Post press for 10 seconds at medium pressure.
  • Note: Thinner material may require lighter pressure; otherwise the transfer can leave a ‘window’ on the garment and/or scorching may occur. Polyester settings can vary, but best to use lower temperature and pressure generally.
Application On 50/50 Cotton Poly Blends
  • Press 275°F for 12 seconds at medium pressure.
  • Post press for 10 seconds at medium pressure.
Garment Finishing
  • For A Matte Finish: Kraft paper, T Seal or parchment cover sheet.
  • For A Shiny/Gloss Finish: Teflon cover sheet.
  • Specialty silicone pads with texture can be used to prevent gloss look giving print a nice textured feel.
Additional Suggestions For Applying Custom Transfers
  • Thicker fabrics require more heat, generally.
  • Hats (poly) may require 245 - 250°F for 5 - 8 seconds.
  • Umbrellas, EZ-ups, stadium chairs will require testing and trial and error.
  • Note: Be careful of dye/ink migration with polyester textiles. Perform a 24hr test while fine tuning to see if the ink migrates (clothing dye reacts with the DTF ink).

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