Direct to Film

 – Direct to Film or DTF is a process that transfers prints onto fabric or other substrates using a heat-press mechanism. Unlike the DTG method, which only works on cotton fabrics, the Printer DTF method can work on cotton and poly blends. DTF or Direct-to-Film printing is a way to make very high-quality, full-color digital transfers for application to fabrics of all kinds. The core advantages of direct to film and of the high volume direct to film printers that you’ll find here include:
• Wash fastness – these transfers last like screen printing
• Stretch – not only do the transfers stretch along with the fabric, it snaps back into place beautifully
• Flexibility of materials – you can apply DTF transfers to any fabric
• Very low application time – in most cases, transfer application to a t-shirt is a :15 second heat press
• VERY high speed production – between 100 large shirt front transfers per hour (55 linear feet/hour) and 300 or more large shirt front transfers per hour (up to 150 linear feet/hour)

Flex foil

Single-colour foils in many shades and types, which are transferred onto the material using high temperature, thanks to which the print made using this method is extremely durable. Apart from foils in standard colours, our offer also includes decorative flex foils with various effects: glitter, gold and silver, matt and reflective. Flex foils can be applied to any type of textiles: cotton, polyester, elastane and others.

Flock foil

Flock foil – also known as flocked foil, has a faux suede texture that feels soft to the touch. It is fixed to the material using high temperatures. A flocked print is extremely durable.
This technique is ideal for reproducing single-colour designs. The flock foil can be successfully used on both natural and synthetic fabrics. This is an interesting marking method that can be used as an alternative to embroidery.

Latex flex foil

The most innovative and based on ecological inks method of marking, which has a wide range of possibilities. It is a topcoat technique, which is fixed on the material by using high temperature.It gives full colour depth, therefore it is ideal for transferring multicoloured photos and graphics to all materials, including polyester: sportswear, jackets, polyester T-shirts. Latex flex foil gives the possibility of marking clothing, but also elements of interior design, such as cushions and wall stickers.

Screen printing

Screen printing is a technique which has an extremely long tradition. One of the main characteristics of screen printing is its incredible durability. At Reflect, we provide our customers with a range of different inks with which excellent visual effects can be achieved.

Plastisol thermal transfer

Plastisol thermal transfer – otherwise known as indirect screen printing. A very durable and flexible method of marking T-shirts, caps, sweatshirts, sportswear and gadgets.
Thermal transfer printing can be used on various types of materials made of cotton, polyester or admixtures of other fabrics. The most cost-effective is for volumes over 50 copies, however, at the request of the customer, we also realise smaller orders using the indirect screen printing method.

Computer embroidery

Computer embroidery is the most exclusive and permanent method of marking. We produce custom-made embroidered sweatshirts as well as embroidery on various items of clothing such as: hats, shirts, fleeces, as well as on towels or bags.


Method of marking light-coloured polyester materials. This method is most often used for prints on sportswear: T-shirts, tops, sweatshirts and also accessories such as cushions. Due to the fact that it is a chemical process, sublimation permanently penetrates the structure of the material, thanks to which the print is resistant to repeated washing and is not felt by touch. It perfectly reproduces multicoloured photos and graphics.