dMax 4 Color Separation Film | Rolls

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$65.00

Part Number : M-100-GOD4

  • No darkroom, no processor or no chemicals needed
  • High quality direct positive waterproof film with OptiCoat 4 technology
  • Great value pricing available in sheets and rolls
  • Developed specifically for screen print market 
  • OptiCoat 4 Coating Technology for density, dot control and waterproofing 
  • Ideally suited for most screen print applications including compositing color 
  • Images halftone screens and line art with clarity 
  • Works with both dye and pigment inks, with dye being preferred 
  • 4 mil thickness provides better handling and more density than vellum 

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No Darkroom, No Processor, No Chemicals Needed
dMax 4 film line opens up new opportunities and lowers costs for screen printers unimagined a few years ago. By using a high quality piezo inkjet printer, Wasatch SoftRIP SP and dMax 4 film, a screen printer virtually has a replacement for a high priced imagesetter. Developed to provide UV characteristics typically associated with traditional analog film, inkjet users have the capability to use their inkjet as a marking engine for many of the applications for which imagesetters have traditionally been utilized. It has never been easier to produce quality film positives from an inkjet printer. Best of all, there is no need for a darkroom, processor or chemicals to process the film.

Opticoat Technology
dMax 4 film for the screenprint market includes its new Opticoat technology. Opticoat technology is comprised of a six level coating process, starting with a 4 mil polyester base to make up the six layer process. Four additional steps on the recipient side (density primer, absorption layer for dot control, waterproof layer and microporous coating) along with an antistatic coating on the reverse side of the film, make up the remainder. Our dMax 4 film is a direct positive waterproof film with quick drying capability. With a thickness of 4 mils and OptiCoat coating technology controls dot gain, UV characteristics, and drying. dMax 4 Film offers a Visual dMax of 4.0, a UV dMax of 3.7 and a dMin of .07. Designed to provide optimum results with piezo or thermal inkjets using either dye or pigment based inks, dMax 4 combined with Wasatch SoftRIP and a piezo inkjet printer, provides an inexpensive way for screen printers to migrate to imaging digital color separations.


Recommended Applications
dMax 4 Film can be used with silk-screen process printing, to produce a great variety of surface applications such as plastics, wood, metal, glass, textiles, paper and board can be used and printed in one pass, if necessary. The most common applications for commercial screen-printing are posters, stickers, signs, banners, t-shirts, ring binders, mouse pads, promotional items and exhibition displays.

Who Can Use It?
With silkscreen process printing, a great variety of surfaces such as plastics, wood, metal, glass, textiles, paper and board can be used and printed in one pass, if necessary. The most common applications for commercial screen-printing are posters, stickers, signs, banners, t-shirts, ring binders, mouse pads, promotional items and exhibition displays. According to the Screen printing and Graphical Imaging Association International (SGIA), the market in the U.S. is divided into:

• Garments and Textiles: 58%
• Signs, POP Displays: 13%
• Decals and labels: 13%

dMax 4 has been tested in a variety of different applications and have determined excellent results are possible. Good results are achieved between 50 to 75 lpi, and even greater results with higher line screens. dMax 4 film is available in many various sizes in rolls and sheets.

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