Direct-to-Film (DTF) Thermo Adhesive Powder


Find newfound freedom with colours and greater fabric choice with direct-to-film (DTF) printing and expand the products and services your business offers

GJS' Direct-to-film (DTF) printing solutions have been created and optimised for use with either an Epson or Brother garment printer to create amazing transfers that can be applied to a multitude of fabrics (including polyester!) and garment colours that are traditionally difficult to decorate such as blue, green, red and yellow.

Direct-to-film (DTF) printing also allows you easily decorate those hard to reach areas such as neck labels, cap brims and more adding even more value to the services you can offer.

GJS' Direct-to-Film (DTF) thermo adhesive powder is for use in conjunction with GJS direct-to-film (DTF) sheets to adhere the fabric and film once heat pressed.

Check out our 'first look' video below to see just how easy the process is!

This powder is wash-resistant up to 60°C, meaning it will keep your prints looking fresh even if washed in warm water.

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Direct-to-Film (DTF) Thermo Adhesive Powder - 1.5kg Fine
1.5kg Fine
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$88
1.5kg

1.5kg Fine

GJS Code: 123920

Shipping Weight: 1.5kg

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Direct-to-Film (DTF) Thermo Adhesive Powder

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