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UV AB Film For UV DTF Printing

AB Film For UV DTF Printing


  • No glue, no waste
  • AB film glue upgrade, high temperature resistance
  • Easy to stick, easy to peel off


The new innovation of the UV DTF printer prints on Film An and afterward overlays it with Film B and moves it to any unbending material surface. Film An is imprinted on A3 size sheets and we normally print on the cement side of Film A. Film An is 100 sheets in a pack. While Film B is generally bundled in a roll, the exchange film is 10 silk thick, 50m long and 30cm wide. This film is utilized for gem self-glue printing, logo printing, and so on.

Significant note: UV DTF AB Film is just legitimate for UV printers with UV stick printing

Film A: PET film with the delivery covering

Film B: OPP film with cement covering and delivery paper

1. We utilize A paper for printing

2. The paper is an exchange film

3. You can utilize the stickers on all smooth and hard surfaces, for example, cups, glass bottles, ceramics, cell phone cases, and so on.

A+B UV DTF film for all smooth hard surfaces

This machine is being advanced as one of the new UV DTF printers, it is one of the new innovations, assuming you as of now have an UV printer and print with C, M, Y, K, W and disappear, you can attempt our A+B movie for direct UV DTF.

In the event that you don’t presently have an UV printer, reach us today for a DTF UV printer and media.

UV DTF Process

A/B films Using Steps:

1. Place the cut-out position of film An on the right-hand side.

2. UV printing (printer ought to have UV self-sticky paste printing).

3. Strip off the delivery paper of Film B.

4. Overlay the printed DTF (Film A) realistic and situating paper (Film B. Eliminate the OPP first) with the sheet laminator.

5. Guarantee that the sheet laminator is set up to eliminate all air pockets and overlay well at the fitting tension.

6. Eliminate the film A from under the realistic prior to moving it to the substrate.

7. Utilize a finger/spatula to eliminate air bubbles and guarantee that all illustrations are all around overlaid. Then, at that point, eliminate the situating paper.