DTF (Direct to Film) Transfer is a relatively new digital printing technology used in the garment printing industry. It involves printing full-color designs directly onto a special transfer film using a specialized printer that uses white ink. The printed film is then transferred onto the garment using a heat press, which melts the ink and adheres it to the fabric. DTF transfers offer several advantages over traditional screen printing, including the ability to print on a variety of fabrics and materials, faster turnaround times, and the ability to produce intricate and detailed designs with ease. They are also a more eco-friendly option as they do not require water or chemicals for the printing process.