Dmax Dye Ink (Bottles)

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Dmax is formulated by Freehand for inkjet users demanding the very best UV light blocking dye for printing films.

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Description

Dmax Black Dye Ink™ for inkjet printers is the same UV light blocking formulation in Freehand’s All Black Ink™ system. It’s now available in bottles for refillable cartridges and other bulk ink systems available through Freehand and others. Dmax Dye delivers the power of UV light blocking technology necessary to achieve your best screen exposure from your film separations. Reaching densities at or near 5.0, there is no black dye on the market that compares.

It looks like black water, but there is so much engineering that went into this dye that dries and cures on film quickly. Dmax exceeds the most stringent formula requirements and is of food grade quality (please don’t drink it). Freehand is proud of its solution and millions of films owe their success to Dmax.

All Black Ink™ uses Dmax Dye. Shop pre-filled and refillable ink tank products on the All Black Ink Shop page.

Features and Benefits

The benefit of Freehand’s black dye is apparent in the dark and clean results on your film positive or negatives. Use Dmax Ink with AccuRIP and any other RIP solution for producing films. To take advantage of a single, multiple or all black refill or bulk system the multi-black feature in AccuRIP Software is required. Sep Studio 4 software users will also see an option for multi-black or All Black Ink. In the Edit Configuration Menu the multi-black feature will NOT be on by default. Click multi-black  or All Black Ink to engage all or some of the slots that contain black dye.

Specifications

Dmax Dye Ink™ is available in two convenient bottle sizes and is rated to maintain its light blocking ability for up to two years.

One Liter (large)
240 Milliliters (small)

Other

Storage: keep in a dark cabinet. For optimal use Dmax Ink should be kept at a comfortable room temperature, but it will not be altered by a fluctuation in room temperature between zero and 120 degrees or temperature changes that occur during shipping. If frozen allow to fully defrost and use when at room temperature.

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