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  1. 1. about the same, DTF uses much less ink( about 1/3rd for me, plus the ink is almost half the cost of DTG ink at the moment) no pre-treatment. But to offset that, your spending money now on film and powder. depending on your print size and film cost, DTF may be a bit more expensive. Time wise, they take about the same amount of time. 2. about the same, you really only shake the cartridges, print with it, and clean the capping station/print-head with a foam swab either way. 3. DTG offers next to no hand feel, DTF can be thin or thick, soft or plastic-y depending on how you press it
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  2. It's all a bit pricey, But yes, the basic concept is to remove the rollers from the printer ( You don't really need to take them apart, at least the models i've done). 1. remove rollers 2. make output tray for film to set on as it comes out ( you need it, if you think you don't you'll find out why soon enough) 3. all the supplies, heat press, conveyer dryer or whatever else. 4. rip software It has been outlined numerous times through the forum, for the most part you won't really receive answers for redundant questions.
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