source of material to print DN in Europe

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    Hello everyone I'm about to hybrid printing in darkroom.

    Considering this forum section is pretty active, seems like to get a material for DN printing is not a problem. Please, enlighten me dear forum-mates what is the brand name of transperent sheet which I should put in my printer to make a DN. Where is a 'purchase' button to get it? Delivery from U.S. is not an option. Germany may be the most delivery frendly country. Britain is a bit too far but also may work out. May be Japan? As a last resort I have enough knowledge of Japanese to browse a site after being pointed to it.

    Thanks!
     
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    Have you checked screen printing supplies near your location? Agfa copyjet is equally good as Pictorico. Look for a nearby distributor.
     
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    I use Pictorico and Ink Press if that helps you.
     
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    I have used Pictorico and Staedtler Lumocolor inkjet film. The Staedtler film gave me nice results and was cheaper but it is no more in production. Anyway, Pictorico seams to be the best option, even not a cheap one. That's what I am using now, but it is very hard to find it in Europe.
    One of the very few places where you can still find Pictorico film in Europe is in this shop in Poland:
    http://szlachetnafotografia.com/producent/pictorico
     
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