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Charbonnel's range of etching inks is formulated with pigments following their lightfastness criteria in order to obtain a quality that meets our customers' expectations and a balanced range of shades. This range brings power, ease of wiping and a lightfastness that guarantees the durability of the work.
The aqua-LINOPRINT colors are water-based, contain natural binders such as gum arabic as well as organic and inorganic pigments. The Schmincke color range for linocuts consists of 
15 brilliant colors, metallic effect colors (gold, silver and copper), as well as 3 special mediums and 1 cleaner.
Engrave your own printing stamps and experiment with all kinds of printing techniques with this flexible and durable material. MasterCut is extremely easy to handle and engrave.
Developed by professional printmaker, Susan Rostow, Akua Inks offer artists an unprecedented printmaking experience.
This long spatula is ideal for mixing colors and can be used for both traditional and modern painting techniques. They are excellent for priming, blending, and applying structural gels.
The AQUA WASH range meets all the criteria of a top-of-the-range etching ink. It has a high pigment concentration, identical to that of conventional inks, allowing the reproduction of all printmaking techniques: direct engraving with burin, drypoint, cradle (black manner), indirect engraving with etching or aquatint, but also monotype and relief engraving techniques such as lino engraving and woodcutting. Aqua Wash ink is water soluble and therefore does not require the use of toxic solvents, but allows you to clean your tools and hands with soapy water.
Okume plywood is widely used for wood engraving because of its low cost, fine grain, and ability to retain detail. 
SoftCut is manufactured by Essdee to be an excellent alternative to Lino. The gum is formulated to be extremely easy to carve, making it possible for many people to get started with linocut.
The Printight KM73GR plates developed by Toyobo are the best known plates in the photopolymer market. They are used for the CTP (computer-to-plate) technique and create a clear and faithful reproduction of an inkjet printed image.
These ground-breaking inks are made from the highest quality, lightfast pigments, and are complemented by seven modifiers, giving artists the utmost flexibility to experiment with the inks’ viscosity and transparency.
Birch plywood is widely used for wood engraving because of its low cost, fine grain and ability to retain detail. 
Aquatint screens are used for the double exposure technique on photopolymer prints or films. The double exposure is similar to the aquatint technique in traditional etching.
Tarlatan is a fine cotton cloth used to wipe the engraving plates.
Range of school etching presses for manual chalcographic print, suitable for school use and for beginners. Solid steel rollers adjustable on height. Supplied with metal plate.
Gelli Plate is a flexible plate for monotype that can be used endlessly. It is generally used with acrylic paint and allows all sorts of effects, transferring photos...
Hokkaido plywood (Shina plywood) is the most widely used plywood for woodblock printing in Japan due to its low cost, fine grain, and ability to retain detail. It is specially formulated for Mokuhanga.
The drypoint is an indispensable tool for etching and lithography. The drypoint is used to draw fine and precise lines in metal, stone and plastic.

Carborumdum is a silicon carbide powder used for graining lithographic stones but also in engraving.