In the fascinating world of textile printing and marking, different marking techniques have developed over the years, each with their own advantages and limitations. From traditional screen printing, known for its longevity and color vibrancy, to sublimation, prized for its ability to print complex designs with a smooth finish, the choices are varied. DTG, with its digital precision, and flocking, appreciated for its distinct tactile rendering, have also gained popularity. And then there is screen printing transfer, combining the finesse of screen printing with the flexibility of transfers. However, a new technique, DTF, is emerging and promises to revolutionize the industry. How does it stack up against these established giants? Embark with us on a detailed exploration of these techniques and discover the strengths and weaknesses of each.