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ImagePac Pouch Polymer - Individual Pouches

ImagePac Pouch Polymer - Individual Pouches


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Pre-Packaged Liquid Polymer is the newest and most efficient method of producing high quality stamp dies for self-inking, traditional mount and craft stamps. Simply place the pouch over your negative and expose! No need to apply damming material, pour resin or apply substrate. Everything is in the bag!

Four sizes are offered so you can match the pouch to the stamp production batch you are making. No minimum quantity requirements! Order as many or as few pouches as you need.  Approximate sizes:

A4 - 8 1/4" x 11 3/4"
A5 - 5 7/8" x 8 1/4"
A6 - 4 1/8" x 5 7/8"
A7 - 2 15/16" x 4 1/8"

Notice our generous quantity discounts for orders of 20 or more pouches!
IMAGEPAC Xtra -- Is for traditional mount stamps and self-inkers.  When it first came on the market it had a red tint in the polymer, but now it is clear and has a substrate backing sheet built into the pouch.  Approximate thickness is .100".

NEW!  IMAGEPAC SuperClear Craft --  Reformulated to be clearer and wash easier than its previous version.  It incorporates "non-yellowing" polymer for art stamp applications. Substrate backing is not included in Clear pouches.  Only offered in A4 and A6 sizes.  Approximate thickness is .125".

A photopolymer exposure unit is required as our ImagePac will not work with a light bulb or in sunlight.  Some modification to your equipment or glass exposure assembly may be required.  Please call for details.

Imagepac requires it's own Washout Detergent and Post Exposure Additive. The Washout Detergent is concentrated with one quart making approximately 6 gallons of washout solution. The one pound package of Post Exposure Additive will make approximately 4 gallons of post exposure solution. These items can be ordered separately in the above product options menu.

We offer four starter packages containing everything needed to start exposing ImagePac with your exposure unit.  Click the link below.
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