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Canon Formulation UV Blocking Ink - Choose Size

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Our Canon Formulation UV blocking dye ink designed specifically for Canon and HP printers. It is the perfect solution for users with bulk ink systems. Our ink was designed from the ground up for one purpose and that is to block the light from your exposure unit. We have tested it against the most powerful exposure units and it will easily block the UV light giving you crisp halftones and clean lines. Our ink is designed to work with or without a RIP software.  It's specifically designed to be fast drying, scratch and fade resistant. It works with both water proof and non-water proof media.

Our ink comes in 3 different sizes for both desktop and large format printers.

  •  8oz (250 ml) will typically fill 16 desktop cartridges or 1 x 220 ml large format cartridge.
  • 16 oz  (500 ml)will typically fill 32 desktop cartridges or 2 x 220 ml large format cartridge.
  • 32 oz (1000 ml) will typically fill 64 desktop cartridges or 4 x 220 ml large format cartridge or 1x jumbo 700 ml cartridge.

Our ink caries a full money back guarantee. If you don't like it, return it with no questions asked for a full refund.

The ink has a 2 year shelf life.

Please note: This ink is not designed for use in Epson printers.

This formulation of ink is designed to work with Canon Or HP Printers. For the Epson formulation click here:

https://filmdirectonline.com/products/FD-Dye-Black-Ink.html

 

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3 Reviews

  • 5
    CANON FORMULATION UV BLOCKING INK

    Outstanding alternative to buying factory ink replacements, keeping it economical and efficient. Works great with their water proof film.

  • 5
    Film direct uv blocking dye

    This worked flawlessly in my canon pixma pro-100. With accurip ruby assistant not one transparent film positive came out light.

  • 5
    Canon UV blocking ink.

    Best ink around, we use it with our Pixma 100 and it produces very opaque films!

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