Direct to Film (DTF) is a printing technology used in the production of textiles, apparel, and other fabric-based materials. It is similar to the better-known Direct to Garment (DTG) printing method, but instead of printing onto the garment directly, it prints onto a special film that can then be transferred onto the fabric.

This process allows for high-quality, full-color designs to be printed onto a wide variety of materials, including polyester, cotton, and blends.

DTF printing is becoming increasingly popular in the fashion and apparel industry due to its versatility and the ability to print complex designs quickly and accurately. It is also more environmentally friendly than traditional screen-printing methods, as it uses less water and produces less waste.