Create stunning photographs with realistic textures and vivid colors using the Epson Stylus Pro 4880 with Colorburst RIP technology. Not only do the Epson Stylus Pro 4880 ink cartridges contain UltraChrome K3 ink formulations with vivid magenta, they also include Colorburst Raster Image Processing Technology which is an inclusive program that will format images and photographs to bring out truer colors and enhanced detail.
Printouts can reach up to 17 inches wide and can be formatted to print to the edge of media for completely borderless or BorderFree printouts. The maximum photo-quality resolutions this printer can produce is up to 2880 x 1440 dpi, although resolutions can be adjusted to fit the task at hand. Printing an 8 x 10 inch photograph will take around 2 minutes on average in standard resolutions, while taking up to 6 minutes and 25 seconds to complete on the highest capable settings.
The professional-level, pigment-based ink technology found in the Epson Stylus Pro 4880 ink cartridges with Colorburst RIP technology are enhanced with advanced MicroPiezo print heads and AMC technology. The print heads are also coated with an ink repelling layer that will push ink particles away from the printers nozzles to prevent costly clogging. The AMC (Active Meniscus Control) technology within the print heads can produce up to three different droplet sizes per print line along with contorting each individual droplet to best fit the object being printed.
The Epson Stylus Pro 4880 with Colorburst RIP technology being a 17 inch, large-format printer can hold single paper rolls up to 17 inches wide and can also hold up to 250 sheets of paper with a handy Input tray. The Input tray can carry media with a maximum size of 17 inches wide and 22 inches long. The smallest media sheet size that can be supported with this machine is media measuring 4 inches x 6 inches. To trim projects when using paper rolls, the cutter can be adjusted to automatically cut media or can be set to manually cut media giving users more control of their projects.
This printer uses 8 separate Epson Stylus Pro 4880 ink cartridges with Colorburst and drop-on-demand technology. The DOD technology readies each cartridge with a tandem lining of ink chambers, all containing a drop or droplet of ink. Each chamber simple needs to be provoked, either with a piezoelectric element being shocked or through heat rapidly increasing the air pressure in each chamber until the newly formed ink bubble bursts.