DTFPRO MIDI Powder Application and Curing Machine




The DTFPRO MIDI V3 Powder Applicator and Dryer can cure DTF film rolls and work as an in-line addition with any roll-to-roll Direct to Film printer. Take your DTF pipeline to the next level with automatic DTF powder application and drying.


  • Automatic Powder Application: Simply pour powder into the powdering section, and it will be applied evenly to your prints with variable adjustable speed controls.
  • Powder Removal & Powder Collect/Re-Use: Excess powder will be shaken off the film, and collect in a powder collection chamber for easy re-use of powder.
  • Sensor Film Detector: With the built-in film sensor, the roll-collection turns ON or OFF automatically to wind up and collect the printed and cured DTF roll.
  • Advanced Take-Up System: Additional tension bar to roll up the finished DTF films better.
  • Easy-Attach Fume Exhaust Port: Easily attach any fume extractor to the existing fume-exhaust port (fume extractor not included, sold separately).

NOTE: Color and external shell style may vary depending on option and availability; Typically Black/Gray or Red.


  • A3 SHAKER (110V) - can accept DTF rolls up to 14" width; ideal for A3 width DTF Printers or smaller
  • A3 SHAKER (220V) - can accept DTF rolls up to 14" width; ideal for A3 width DTF Printers or smaller
  • A2 SHAKER (110V) - can accept DTF rolls up to 19" width; ideal for A2 width DTF Printers or smaller

DUE TO HIGH DEMAND, there may be a 2-4 week lead time (unless item is marked as QUICKSHIP which has an approx 1-2 day lead time). Orders are shipped on a first ordered, first shipped basis. Color of equipment is subject to availability, image is a representation, actual design may vary. Contact us for expedited requests or custom color options if required.

WARNING: WORK IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA and use Protective Equipment when working with specialty printing and curing products and processes (including DTF, DTG, UV) as fumes may be hazardous. Specialty inks and film require a good humidity and temperature environment (50% - 70% humidity, and 75° to 80°F) to minimize risk of ink clogs and film buckling)