Do you need help finding a DNP replacement for a competitive product? Try our easy to use Ink-finder tool. We’ve recently added 250 new parts and formulations to this mobile-optimized web app which now has DNP’s cross-reference information for more than 6,000 competitor items!
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From one slitting machine in 1995, DNP has grown to be the largest manufacturer of thermal transfer ribbons in the world. As we celebrate 25 Years of Operation in Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania, we’re taking a look back at the history of our facility with the help of 14 employees who have been there since the very beginning. All of our 25-year employees agree that they have seen many changes and improvements in our facility, technology, and processes throughout the years.
The high volume of carnauba wax in this unique formulation aids in allowing the ink layer to melt quickly and flow evenly, providing complete, dark transfer on every printed label. Recognized as the industry’s leading wax since 2000, TR4085plus has excellent image clarity, edge definition and abrasion resistance on a wide range of labelstocks.
Global Provider of Biological Specimens Finds Success with R510HF
In the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries, traceability of medications, laboratory samples, medical devices and patient wristbands is essential. Printed labels must withstand extreme temperatures; liquids like blood, alcohol, and cleaning products; and frequent abrasion and scratching due to handling. Learn about DNP's R510HF Ultra Durable Resin solution for this application here.
Mactac® Partners with DNP to Enhance Portfolio of UL Approved Durable Films
Mactac® is partnering with DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation to enhance its existing portfolio of Underwriters Laboratories (UL) approved durable films with thermal transfer ribbons.
The partnership includes the addition of DNP’s new V300 thermal transfer ribbon to Mactac’s MH26726 UL file for printing materials in the United States (PGJI2) and Canada (PGJI8). The film-ribbon combination has been approved for label suitability and compliance with ANSI/UL 969 and CSA C22.2 No. 0.15 testing standards.