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JetPRO Waterproof Film for Inkjet

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Designed to provide optimum results with piezo or thermal inkjets using either dye or pigment based inks, JetPRO Waterproof combined with Film Maker and an Epson inkjet printer, provides an inexpensive way for screen printers to migrate to imaging digital color separations.

Our JetPRO Waterproof film is a direct positive waterproof film with instant drying capability. Jet Pro Waterproof film meets the most demanding requirements of screen printers who are interested in using their inkjets for imaging color separations.

Highlights:

  • Canada's best waterproof film 
  • Developed specifically for the screen print market 
  • Images halftone screens and line art with clarity 
  • Works with Both dye and pigment inks; dye preferred 
  • 4mm thickness provides better handling and more density than vellum 
  • Available in sheets and rolls 

A Word About Waterproof and Non-Waterproof Film

So... which film do you need? JetPRO Clear or JetPRO Waterproof? It really depends on your needs. If you want to use off-the-shelf pigment inks that come with the Epson 2200 and 4000, then waterproof is a must. If you plan to use the Epson 4800, R2400, or R1800 then you must use Jet Pro Waterproof in conjunction with a dye based black ink such as JetPRO Black. If you have high humidity or just don't want to worry about images getting smeared, again, waterproof is for you. If you are looking for a more affordable solution and you are using Epson dye ink (3000 and 1520), then our JetPRO Clear is fine. If you have problems with your ink drying because of humidity or just the pressure of getting a job on press right now, then waterproof is a good choice. The special micro-porous coating causes the ink to dry immediatly!

Epson Printer
JetPRO Clear
JetPRO Waterproof
Epson Ink
JetPRO Black
Epson Ink
JetPRO Black
1400
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
3000
Yes
N/A
Yes
N/A
4000 / 7600 / 9600
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
4800 / 7800 / 9800
No
No
No
Yes
4880 / 7880 / 9880
No
No
No
Yes

Rolls or Cut Sheets?

Many customers assume the best economy is to buy film by the roll. The problem is that some small format inkjet printers like the Epson 3000 and 1520 do not print in register when feeding off of a roll. If you want perfect registration on these printers, purchase boxes of sheet film. The Epson 2200 comes with a roll film holder and cutter and handles roll film very well. Note: the Epson 4000, 4800, 4880, 7600, 7800, 7880, 9600, 9800 and 9880 have a different feeding mechanism and registration is perfect using roll film.

Do I need a RIP?

If you want dense black images and halftone dots, you need a RIP like Film Maker. Film Maker tells the inkjet printer how many passes to make when printing black so the printer lays down a much denser ink deposit when using Film Maker. The magic of getting dense black images is not entirely in the film. The RIP is part of the magic!

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