THE PROBLEM...Slow film output occurs on desktop inkjets because of an ongoing need to attend to each film and each separation one at a time, job after job, because you can’t load multiple sheets of film into the standard paper tray. Films will stick together - big problem!
The labor costs associated with “babysitting” the inkjet day after day are very, very high.
PROBLEM SOLVED...The DITTO Inkjet Film Feeder allows a non-roll feed printer to be a high-production film output device. Users enjoy unattended printing on popular Epson Inkjet desktop models. When you do not have a roll feed printer (many do not because of their cost) you can still enjoy unattended film output.
Without the Ditto on your desktop printer you are spending an untold amount of time and big money just to output film due to the need to put a staff member on the job of loading and printing, one color/sep at a time. If they walk away, you’re not producing film. You and your staff have too much to do to literally stand around an inkjet.
The problem exists because films stick together and can not pass through the printer. The Resolve: the Ditto attaches to the printer where film is fed and provides individual slots to load up to 8 sheets of film. By properly dividing the sheets the problem of the films sticking together is resolved.
Attach the Ditto to these Epson Desktop Models...
- Artisan 1430
- Stylus Photo 1400
- Stylus Photo 1500W
- Stylus Photo R1800
- Stylus Photo R1900
- Stylus Photo R2400
- Workforce 1100
- Workforce 1390
- R2880 (not part of the AccuRIP supported models)
The Ditto is popular because...
- it attaches in seconds
- you load up to 8 sheets, and print up to 8 sheets consecutively
- it works with or without a RIP
- gives you back hundreds of work hours
- saves hundreds - even thousands of dollars in labor costs
- it’s an affordable yet productive solution to an ongoing problem
- pays for itself in as little as one week
- there are no parts to break due to its sturdy construction
- it can easily be moved to another supported model
- it was developed by Freehand Graphics an industry leader