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Epson 9900 HDR Printer

Epson 9900 HDR Printer
Epson 9900 HDR Printer


Product Added : February 20th, 2013
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Epson 9900 HDR Printer


Epson 9900 HDR Printer

Representing our next generation, the 44′ Epson Stylus Pro 9900 incorporates our latest achievements in photographic ink jet technology. By combining the precision of our MicroPiezo TFP™ print head with the extraordinary performance of Epson UltraChrome® HDR ink, our newest generation of Epson Stylus Pro printers continues to represent a level of technology unprecedented in Epson’s history.Epson UltraChrome HDR represents our latest generation of pigment ink technology. Now utilizing ten colors – including an all-new Orange and Green – Epson UltraChrome HDR ink produces the widest color gamut ever from an Epson Stylus Pro printer. Even more remarkable, combining Epson UltraChrome HDR ink with our new Epson AccuPhoto™ HDR screening technology dramatically raises the level of print quality and once again sets a new benchmark standard for photographic reproduction.Our advanced Epson MicroPiezo TFP print head is capable of producing higher quality prints, at speeds almost twice as fas

  • Epson UltraChrome HDR ink produces the widest color gamut ever from an Epson Stylus Pro printer
  • Utilizing ten colors – including an all-new Orange and Green
  • Epson MicroPiezo TFP print head is capable of producing higher quality prints

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  1. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Epson 9900 review – fast and efficient for the most part, November 19, 2011
    By 
    Scott Moore (Bellevue, WA United States) –
    This review is from: Epson 9900 HDR Printer (Personal Computers)

    There are things I like and don’t like about the Epson 9900. I have two of them now and have had some of their previous models (9880, 9800, 9600). I’ll start with the positive.

    First, the Epson 9900 is fast. It’s twice as fast as the 9800, and the speed has increased the efficiency of our work flow. It’s also quiet, and like many people we work in close proximity to our printers, so the quiet operation is appreciated. The color is also fantastic, and while there are times we wonder if the green and orange inks make a difference, there are also times that we clearly see the extra color gamut. We reproduce paintings using the 9900, and it makes for a fine giclee solution with a brilliant color gamut and archival inks. The cutter is also a huge improvement over previous models – it cuts better, handles canvas well, and stays sharp due to the rotary design. Not only that, but it’s no longer attached to the print head, meaning it causes fewer problems and doesn’t drop dust across the head path.

    Lastly, we burn through a ton of ink, and the 700ml cartridge option is quite nice and saves us money, as well as reducing the number of cartridge changes we require.

    Now for the things we don’t like: First, we change paper a lot, and we miss the manual lever to remove the paper roll. The electronic paper feed is a super pain in the rear, and we hate it. We’re also not at all a fan of the ink changing. We would prefer the printer to have both a Matte black and photo black channel in the head. Changing ink takes time, and we ALWAYS have to do a cleaning afterwords. Our experience is that switching ink results in clogged heads. Always.

    Another problem the Epson 9900 has is that it can’t really tell how much ink it has left. It’s very confused there. On one occasion it had been telling us the yellow ink was at 1% for two weeks. So we finally just changed it, then opened up the cartridge and poured out the ink. We had over 110ml left still. In general the machine is confused about how much ink is left. It’s starts blinking low ink at something like 5%, then it just isn’t sure. We’ve since learned the formula for weighing the cartridge to find out exactly how much is left if we’re unsure.

    As for reliability, our experience has been hit and miss. I wouldn’t want to own one of these things without a current warranty. We keep ours under warranty for three years, and that has always paid for itself.

    Lastly, what’s with the paper catching basket? The thing is always falling down. Whoever designed that should have their head examined. We have to use bailing wire to hold it up.

    Problems and imperfections aside, this is a great large format aqueous, archival ink printer. It’s faster than previous models, quieter, and cheaper to operate if you buy big ink cartridges.

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