Cape Fear Press - A non-toxic photo etching studio and distributor of Puretch, a high-resolution photopolymer etch resist for intaglio printmaking. |
Edward C. Lyon and Edward C. Muller - Manufacturers of hand engraving and etching tools for printmaking, jewelers, and silversmiths. Catalogue of both their complete product lines, with photographs or detailed drawings of the tools.
Enjay Presses - A line of etching presses manufactured in Victoria, Australia, with photographs and specifications.
Graphic Chemical and Ink Co. - Offers papers, inks, supplies and equipment for etching, lithography, block printing and screen printing. Includes a glossary of terms and a discussion forum.
McClain's Printmaking Supplies - Specializes in relief materials including tools, wood, linoleum blocks, ink, paper, sharpening stones, gouges, and brushes.
Mitomel International - Suppliers of sponges, towels and mops, and manufacturers of etching and lithographic presses, inking rollers, and blankets.
Museo - Crane's line of 100% cotton paper designed specifically for fine art digital printmaking (gicl?e).
Nazdar Network - Manufacturer of a wide variety of screen printing inks and chemicals. Features technical tips for individual products, Material Safety Data Sheet files, customer service and retail contacts.
Rembrandt Graphic Arts - Manufacturer and retailer for printmaking materials, hand presses, and supplies for etching, lithography, silk screen printing, relief printing and monotype, such as inks, papers, tools, and mordants.
Rostow and Jung Akua-Kolor - Producer of water-based inks for intaglio and monotype printmaking. Tips on usage and an article called 'Establishing A Baby Safe Studio'.
Takach Press - A full catalog of their collection of intaglio and lithographic printmaking supplies, including their own line of presses and press room equipment. They also have a gallery of works from around the world that were pulled on Tackach presses.
The [Baren] Mall - Features woodblock printmaking supplies, specializing in products for the traditional Japanese hanga techniques.