Inkpress Media Transparency Film (8.5 x 11", 100 Sheets)

BH #INITF8511100 • MFR #ITF8511100
Inkpress Media Transparency Film (8.5 x 11", 100 Sheets)
Key Features
  • Polyester Material
  • Clear Microporous Coating
  • Thickness: 7 mil
  • Surface Finish: Glossy
Made from a stable polyester material and featuring a clear microporous coating, Transparency Film from Inkpress Media will allow you to create screen positives and negatives using dye- or pigment-based inks. The paper measures 7 mil thick and is useful for creating overhead projections as well as digital negatives for advanced photographic workflows. Additionally, it features a glossy surface.
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Inkpress Media Transparency Film Overview

Made from a stable polyester material and featuring a clear microporous coating, Transparency Film from Inkpress Media will allow you to create screen positives and negatives using dye- or pigment-based inks. The paper measures 7 mil thick and is useful for creating overhead projections as well as digital negatives for advanced photographic workflows. Additionally, it features a glossy surface.

This transparency film is available here as a 100-pack of 8.5 x 11" sheets.

UPC: 879155009271

Inkpress Media Transparency Film Specs

MaterialPolyester
Thickness7 mil / 0.18 mm
Single/Double-SidedSingle
Surface FinishGlossy
Quantity100 Sheets
Sheet Size (W x L)8.5 x 11" / 21.59 x 27.94 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.5 x 9 x 1"

Inkpress Media Transparency Film Reviews

great service and great product

By Jan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-09

the texture on the film holds the toner so we'll that I do not have to use two transparencies to get block out for my particular use. It is worth the extra money ..

Good product

By claudia
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2018-02-02

Thank you the good� customer service

SUCCESS!!! Will be purchasing more!!!

By Molly
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-08-02

I used this transparency film for my wedding invitations. I wanted something that would create clear crisp prints and this film did exactly that. Additonally, I didn't want a flimsy film with the invitations having to travel through the mail. Each sheet held its structure, even after being printed on. Initially I had trouble discerning which side was the printable side, but upon a little inspection I discovered that one corner was notched indicating the printable side. I liked that I could use this product with my Canon photo printer and didn't have to hunt all over the planet for the proper paper profile (Glossy worked out perfectly!) I did notice that much like glossy photo paper, if you held it in your bare hands it would sometimes leave finger prints. But the box did include a warning about handling it by the edges. I settled on wearing gloves which worked just fine. Also, I appreciated that each sheet was separated by a sheet of white tissue paper. It helped with separating the sheets and squelshing my fear of them smearing when stacked atop one another (But I do recommend letting them dry a minute or two before stacking-just to be safe.) My biggest problem with this product was that when I ran my first sheet through the printer, the film was curved, so that it got jammed in the printer, and smeared ink along the edges. (If you could imagine my panic, knowing I needed to print 100 invitations using this stuff!) I ended up taking the remaining sheets and squishing them between two big and heavy books, then leaving them in my hot car to cook and hopefully flatten out. After about 12 hours, I ran a seemingly flatter sheet through the printer and had no problems at all! Operation Wedding Invitation was a success! I will be buying more of this product to try printing some of my photographs on, since I so massively enjoyed how my invitations came out. :) HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!!!

Great Transparency Film

By Arix Z.
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-07-17

I used these for a presentation. They are made for an ink jet printer, but I used them in a laser printer at UPS store and it worked perfectly with color as well.

Identical Performance to Pictorico at Bulk Price

By Martin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-06

I've used both the Inkpress and Pictorico transparency film for making digital negatives for alternative processes. I print gum bichromate, platinum, palladium, chrysotype, vd brown, kallitype, argyrotype, cyanotype...you name it! I've gotten equal excellent results whether I use Inkpress or Pictorico brand films. In comparison, the Arista 5 mil film is bad! It doesn't get as sharp of a print and it sticks badly to archival sleeves. I haven't tried the 7 mil Arista yet, but since the Inkpress is about the same price, why bother? The big advantage of Inkpress over Pictorico at this size is that it's available in these 50 sheet bulk packs, which saves a few extra $, and I've only seen Pictorico in 25 sheet or rolls. When I need to use roll for larger prints, I go with Pictorico, but when I'm doing letter size sheets for 8x10 or smaller, Inkpress is the thrifty choice. Great performance with inexpensive Canon Pixma printers too!

Good quality

By Valerie
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-11-16

Nice prints with my Canon Pro-10 Fast shipping

Cheap new packaging

By Radka
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2020-02-17

I've been using Inkpress transparency film for years for digital negatives and positives for alt photo processes and have been very happy with it. Unfortunately, to my surprise, my last order came not in the usual nice easy-to-use boxes that can be re-used for storing the printed negatives, but in re-designed flimsy packaging that makes handling transparencies without damaging them difficult. It requires sliding the whole stack out of the box each time I want to use one. Also I need to find different boxes for storing the printed negatives. I'm disappointed.

Negatives for old photographic process

By Monica
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-04-18

I use it for old photographic process in combination with an Epson printer. It seems to me goed. I dont have any problems. The sending to Europe was fast. I had it within 5 days.

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Can you print on the product with a xerox laser printer? If not it it only inkjet printing?
Asked by: Anonymous
This is designed for inkjet printers only.
Answered by: Steven C.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Can these transparency sheets be used with the Canon Pro Pixma 100?
Asked by: Marci
Canon devices don't require special ICC printer profiles to print on transparencies. Set the media to “Glossy Photo Paper (II)” or “Photo Paper Pro II” before printing.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2019-06-30

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Can I use Inkpress roll media transparency film with my Epson SureColor P600 printer?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, you would be able to use Inkpress transparency film with your Epson p600
Answered by: Moshe S.
Date published: 2019-01-21

Can this paper be used for foiling?

Can this paper be used for foiling?
Asked by: areli
Due to the glossy surface of this paper it would make it hard for the foil to adhere, so I would not recommend it.
Answered by: Nachmen
Date published: 2020-06-15

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IS this approved for laser printing?
Asked by: Anonymous
No it is not recommended for laser printers.
Answered by: Steven C.
Date published: 2019-11-05

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Can these transparency sheets be used with the Epson 3880?
Asked by: Jeanine
Yes, it is compatible.
Answered by: Sagi
Date published: 2021-01-13

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what printers do you recommend for printing transparency film (like this)? I want to print art onto transparencies for use as contact media in monotype printmaking. (I am a single artist, wishing to purchase a suitable printer for my home studio.) THANK YOU.
Asked by: Anonymous
2 printers I would recommend for your purposes are the Canon Pro 10 (CAPP10) and the Epson R3000 (EPSPR3000).
Answered by: Steven C.
Date published: 2021-10-22

Is this crystal clear or does it look milky?

Is this crystal clear or does it look milky?
Asked by: Paul
The material used in this transparency film is rated as clear.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2021-03-07
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