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What is a thermal transfer film? The thermal transfer film is attached to the fabric by applying heat. It is mainly used for brand logos and sports apparel. It is made by combining thin layers of various materials. Because it sensitively reacts to fine dust and small temperature difference, it requires high technology. Adidas, who has defeated Nike in the world sporting event at Euro 2016, selected the non-reflective film of "Geolite Lumian" as a special film to engrave uniform number. Reflective fabrics are products that reflect light frequently in construction sites and accident sites. These reflective fabrics have been expanded to various fields as well as industrial and sports apparel as they are applied to the logo and design of fashion apparel. Thermal transfer films are films made from these non-reflective or reflective materials.