Epson Discproducer PP-100II DVD CD Duplicator with Printer
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Epson DVD CD Duplicator with Printer
DiscProducer PP-100II for Automatic Duplicating and Printing of CD / DVD Media
New features for the PP-100II units:
- Field replaceable recorders
- Field replaceable Maintenance Kit
- USB 3.0 connection
You know the situation. You simply want to burn and print a few CDs/DVDs – and suddenly half the day’s gone. It shouldn’t be this way. And it doesn’t have to be – the fully automatic Epson Discproducer™ PP-100II CD DVD Publisher can do it for you at the touch of a button. Whether you want to publish just one CD or DVD disc, or one hundred, you’ll find it delivers reliable data burning and photo–realistic printing – quickly, efficiently and extremely cost–effectively.
For many companies, the need to burn and print CDs and DVDs, either individually or in batches, is becoming increasingly important. Whether you’re an agency, a public organization or an independent duplication service, you’ll find the Epson Discproducer™ PP-100II CD DVD Publsiher will save time, add flexibility, enhance security and reduce process costs.
Epson’s innovative Discproducer PP-100II makes CD DVD disc duplication and printing easier than ever. It can print directly onto CDs and DVDs using our 6 color printing technology achieving stunning photo–quality images on standard and glossy media. It’s clever enough to be left unattended whilst handling up to 100 copies in a single batch. And with the reliability and affordability you’d expect from Epson, the PP-100II CD DVD Publsiher allows you to achieve the best results time after time after time.
Ideal for a wide range of CD DVD Publishing Applications
CD DVD Duplication service
Clinics and practices
Advertising and photo agencies
The Public Sector
High–end print technology and robotics
As well as the stand–alone version of the product, Epson is developing a networkcompatible version of the Discproducer™, featuring additional security functions. It will be available in 2008.
Schools and universities
Software and IT companies
Many data types
Epson Discproducer™ PP-100II At a glance:
|Reliability||With a solid and dust–proof body, the Epson Discproducer™ offers a long lifespan,superb reliability, intuitive operation and high economy, with an incredible print capacity of over 1,000 prints per set of ink cartridges.|
|Print quality||The best print technology in its class! Using 6–color Micro Piezo™ Technology, coupled with WaterShield™ media from world–leader, Taiyo Yuden Co., Ltd. the Epson Discproducer™ delivers vibrant, life–like and razor–sharp prints that are both smudgeproof and water–resistant. Media from other manufacturers are also supported.|
|Cost–effectiveness||Because the Epson Discproducer™ uses a separate cartridge for each color, you only need to change the cartridges that are near empty. The product also features
patented AcuGrip™ robotics to ensure precision handling of CDs/DVDs and eliminate the possibility of damage. The result is an surprisingly low total cost of ownership.
|Convenience||The Epson Discproducer™ is as easy to use as an ordinary office printer. It is the only system in its class that offers the ergonomic advantages of total front–operation
and status reporting.
|Capacity||The Epson Discproducer™ has the ability to duplicate up to 100 CDs/DVDs in a single cycle, and a production capability – depending on data type and volume – of up to 30 units per hour. As a small–run system, the Epson Discproducer™ will reliably deliver high–quality results, year after year.|
|Reputation for excellence||The Epson brand is associated across the world with quality and innovation, and the company’s reputation for quality and support is second to none.|
1. Ink level status LED
2. Six separate ink cartridges
3. Three media trays for runs of up to 100
4. Robotic arm
The Epson Discproducer™ is the only product of its type that shows ink status for each individual color using LED.
When you realise that Epson also designs and manufactures precision robots – products used in a wide range of demanding applications it’s no surprise that the company’s reputation for reliability is unsurpassed in the industry.
|Three trays of 50 discs each allow fully automatic production runs up to 100.||An additional drawer allows the removal of individual discs. This makes problems due to unreadable discs easy to resolve.||PP-100II systems can be stacked to save valuable space.|
The Epson quality hallmark
When you build industrial robots, you learn about quality, reliability and precision engineering. And Epson is a world–leader in the design, development and manufacture of such robots as for medical technology and airbag testing. That’s why our other products are so reliable – because they are built on the platform of knowledge and experience gained from the robotics environment. The Epson Discproducer™ is a perfect example. Its compact design, coupled with its dust–proof body and a minimum of moving parts, delivers precision performance, superb reliability and amazingly low running costs.
Individual or batch production
If you need to burn and print an individual disc, no problem – you can have it at the touch of a button. And if you want to print batches? Again, it’s simple – the Epson Discproducer™ has three trays for 50 discs, allowing up to 100 discs to be produced in one work cycle. It also has an additional drawer for up to 5 discs, so individual CD/DVD blanks can be conveniently removed without having to open the housing.
Compact all–in–one design
With a housing that’s less than 40 cm wide, the Epson Discproducer™ is one of the smallest systems in its class. In fact, it’s the only system in its segment that offers the ergonomic advantages of being operated totally from the front. Its flat housing means you can stack two systems to save space, and – if required – the top can also be used as a handy storage surface, ideal for media and print cartridges.
Patented AcuGrip™ robotic armSpecially designed for the EpsonDiscproducer™, the AcuGrip™ mechanism ensures that the robotic arm reliably grabs only one CD/ DVD blank – even if they’re stuck together. This increases the life of the product and helps protect against the interruption of unsupervised production runs due to mechanical blockage.
If you’re looking for top class, reliable, high-performance inkjet printing for your CDs/DVDs, plus an amazingly low cost of ownership – you’ve just found it!
|Protecting agains printing without ink
Unlike other systems in its class, the Epson Discproducer™ shows ink level status, using an LED for each individual color. This can be important, as it allows the printing process to be manually or automatically interrupted in the case of a near–empty cartridge. A situation where the system is printing without ink can cause damage and waste.
|The ink cartridge for each color can be easily changed in just a few seconds.|
|Micro Piezo™ printing with six colors
There are many advanced features which make the Epson Discproducer™ unique in its class – and one of these is
its patented Micro Piezo™ ink system. Using six – instead of the usual four – colors, it delivers the level of photorealistic image quality often associated with digital art printing. And that’s not all. Epson’s Micro Piezo™ technology also protects against striation and ink bleed, and allows ultra–fine color graduation plus razor-sharp text – even in small font sizes.
|Epson Discproducer™ PP-100II: Photo–realistic color gradients, smudge–proof, water–resistant, no ink bleed, razor–sharp text – even in 4 point!|
|Cost-effective and flexible
With the ability to produce over 1,000 discs, depending on the print image, from each set of cartridges, the Epson Discproducer™ delivers an attractively low cost per page. What’s more, you have total flexibility in your choice of consumables, too – you can choose whether you use the specified consumables (Epson ink + WaterShield™ media), or buy your cartridges and mediaindividually.
irregular and impure color gradients, ink bleed
irregular and impure color gradients, striation, unclear text
Working with the Epson Discproducer™ is as easy as working with an ordinary office printer. Simply compile your data, compose an image, configure the run, click ”OK” and it’s done. You’re free to get on with other things.
|Step 1: Compile data|
|The Epson Discproducer’s software (Disc Editing view) works like standard programs for burning data on digital storage media. After indicating whether you’re burning music, videos or data to the disc, you simply load the data and save it to an easily created folder. It’s quick and it’s simple, so you don’t need to be an expert – it can be done by novices and technophobes.|
|Step 2: Composing the print image|
|Composing your own CD/DVD image is easy, using the Epson Discproducer’s software (Lable Editing view). You can either let your creativity run wild, or use one of the many pre-defined templates and images provided. The integral preview display let’s you check your composition, and - when you’re happy – you can save your work for easy retrieval in the future.|
|Step 3: Configuring production|
|These are the last few simple steps before pressing Go. The Epson Discproducer’s software (Publishing view) leads you through the process, helping you to set parameters such as the number of CDs or DVDs to be burned, the burning and print speed, the in/out trays for discs, and print resolution. Then simply press ”Publish” - and your production run is on its way.|
Monitoring system reliability
|Publishing speed (Burn and Print)||CD:
|30 discs/hour, Epson specified CD–R
600 MB data volume, writing speed: Drive max speed: 40 x
13 discs/hour, Epson specified DVD-R
3.8 GB data volume, writing speed: Drive max speed 12 x
|Publishing modes (number of copies)||External output:
|1 – 5, 2 stackers & pick–up tray used
1 – 50, 2 stackers used (autom.)
1 – 100, 3 stackers used
|Print specifications||Print speed:
|45 discs/hour, bidirectional, (Fast mode)
30 discs/hour, bidirectional, (Fine mode)
Black ink 180 nozzles, Color ink 180 nozzles x 5 colors
Bidirectional or uni–directional
High–speed 1440 dpi x 720 dpi (Fast mode)
High–resolution 1440 dpi x 1440 dpi (Fine mode)
|Ink cartridge||Ink type:
Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Light cyan, Light magenta, Black
1000 discs or more ( 45 – 116 mm, 16,7 % color sharing, continuous printing, mode setting: Fine)
|Print area||Standard setting for outside diameter: 116 mm
Outside diameter setting range: 70 - 119.4 mm
Standard setting for inside diameter: 45 mm
Inside diameter setting range: 18 - 50 mm
Guaranteed print area: 45 - 116 mm
|CD/DVD drives||CD/DVD drives:
CD: Maximum 40 x DVD-R, DVD+R: Maximum 12 x DVD–R DL, DVD+R DL: Maximum 8 x
|Outside diameter: 120 mm Â± 0.3 mm
Inside diameter: 15 mm + 0.1/-0 mm
Thickness: 1.2 mm + 0.3/-0.1 mm
Supports common 12 cm (4.7 inch) discs Does not support specially-shaped discs
CD-R, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-R DL, DVD+R DL
Printable (high quality or glossy) for glossy discs only Epson recommended is supported
|Software||Total Disc Maker: Installed to the user’s PC to publish discs
Total Disc Monitor: Displays the status of JOBs and devices
Total Disc Setup: Installed to user’s PC to make settings of PP-100II
TD Bridge System incorporation tool to use the with other companies’ application
Adjustment Tool for PP-100II
|OS: Windows XP SP2 or later, Home/Professional, Windows 2000 SP4 or later, Professional
CPU: Pentium 4, 1.4 GHz or higher,
Memory: 512 Mbytes or larger
HDD: 10 Gbytes or larger, 7200 rpm or more
Graphics environment: XGA or more, 65536 colors or more
Sound environment: A sound device and a supported driver must be installed for music media
USB 2.0 (High-speed)
USB port: This product cannot be used in USB port of the PC equipped with some ATI’s chipset as follows: ATI’s Southbridge IXP (SB)460 or earlier
Individual published performance results may vary depending on processing capacity of PC
|Interface||USB 2.0 (High Speed)|
|Standards||CE Marking:||EMC Directive 2004/108/EC, EN55022 Class B, EN61000-3-2 EN6000-3-3, EN55024
Low Voltage Directve 2006/95/EC, EN60950-1 (TÃœV))
|Electrical||Rated voltage: AC 100 V to AC 240, Frequency: 50 Hz to 60 Hz|
|External Dimensions||Width 14.84" (377mm), Depth 18.3" (465mm), Height 13.7 " (348mm)|
|Weight||52.9 LBs (24KG), including stackers and ink cartridges, excluding AC cable and discs|
|Warranty||Standard one-year limited warranty. Optional warranties available.|
- Can the drives be upgraded to Dual-Layer, Blue-Ray, etc.?
No, not at this time.
- Why do I get an error when Stacker 3 is installed?
This occurs when the unit is not in batch mode. Stacker 3 is only used in the batch mode.
- What type of media do you recommend using?
For the best label image Epson specifies Taiyo Yuden Watershield media.
- Do I have to use the Total Disc Maker Software to write data on to the discs or print on the CDs?
Printing does not, however, copy (burn) requires Total Disc Maker Software. Use Total Disc Bridge software to link your application to Discproducer.
- How long can my USB cable be? I want to locate the machine about 25 feet away from my computer.
25 feet is probably too far. We recommend 6 to 8 ft.
- My computer has USB 1.1 ports, can I install an add-on card that supports USB 2.0 and use it with this product?
Yes, if other system requirements are met.
- Why does it take so long for the machine to turn off?
This is normal and required to park the robotic arm and print head, etc.
- Can I stack two units on top of each other?
- How do I obtain Technical Support on my Epson Discproducer product?
Technical Support can be obtained by calling 562-276-1360, between the hours of 7am to 5pm, M-F, PST. Technical Support hours are subject to change.
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