Epson Discproducer Standard 50 Disc Publisher (PP-50)
|The Epson Discproducer is now Mac
The EPSON Discproducer Total Disc Maker software is designed to
integrate the unit into Mac operating systems, including Mac OS 10.5
(Leopard®) and 10.6 (Snow Leopard®). The Mac-supported models include
the Standard 50, the Standard 100 as well as Epson's print-only
Download the Mac compatible version of
Total Disc Maker Software.
Standard 50 model was designed for users with smaller output requirements. It
has all the same outstanding features as the Standard 100 model, but with a
smaller capacity of 50 discs and two operating modes. From vibrant six-color
inkjet printing and precision AcuGrip robotic technology to its easy-to-use
software and unmatched reliability, you’ll get the high quality results you’re
looking for every time.
Product Features and Benefits
Epson Discproducer Brochure
- 50 disc capacity - either DVD's or CD's
- Highest quality printing in its class
- Six high capacity ink cartridges with low
ink level sensors
- Epson AcuGrip™ technology for reliable
- Publishes up to 15 CDs or 8 DVDs per hour
- Easy to access to disc media and inks
- Economical to operate and maintain
- Compact rugged construction for top
Discproducer models come with the software and
tools you need to burn and print discs. Total Disc Maker includes disc editing,
label editing and publishing
functions. All it takes is a few easy steps.
1. Select Data Simply select the media format,
then drag, drop and burn.
2. Design the Label Use your own design or one
of the pre-defined templates and images provided. The preview display allows you
to check your composition and save your work for easy retrieval.
3. Configure Production The software leads you
through the process of setting up parameters for the number of discs, burning
and print speeds, input and output tray selection and print resolution. Then
click “Publish” to start production.
4. Monitor Production Epson’s Total Disc
Monitor software keeps you informed on the state of important functions as well
as any current and pending jobs.
Epson Discproducer Standard 50 Disc
Epson Model No
Epson Discproducer Standard 50 - PP-50 -
(burn and print)
Publishes up to 15 CDs/hour
Publishes up to 8 DVDs/hour
||Speed mode up
to 60 discs/hour
Quality mode up to 40 discs/hour
Ink pad life2 Approximately 30,000 discs
mode up to 20 CDs/DVDs unattended. Standard mode up to 50 CDs/DVDs
Six-color inkjet printer featuring Epson's
Colors: Cyan, magenta, yellow, light cyan, light magenta,
Yield3: 1000 discs or more
40x. DVD-R, DVD+R: maximum 12x. DVD-R DL, DVD+R DL: maximum 8x
Size: Only standard 120mm
Type: CD-R, DVD±R, DVD±R DL
Surface: Inkjet printable
Computer System Requirements
MAC: Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard®)
and 10.6 (Snow Leopard®)
Windows: Windows 7, Vista
SPI or later; XP SP2 or later; 2000 SP4 or later; Server 2008 R2; Server
2008 SP2 or later; and Server 2003/2003 R2 SP2 or later (Windows XP and
Server 2003/2003 R2 32 bit only).
CPU: Pentium 4, 1.4 GHz or higher (2.0 GHz Windows Server
Memory: 2 GB or larger (1 GB Vista)
HDD capacity: 30 GB or larger (50 GB Windows Server 2008), 7200
rpm or more
Graphic Environment: XGA or better, 65,536 colors or more
||14.84" (W) x
18.31" (D) x 12.76" (H)
Approximately 46.2 lbs, including stackers
and ink cartridges, excluding AC cable/discs
limited warranty standard (additional extended service options
printer’s ink pad is estimated to become saturated and need replacing after
about 30,000 discs. Based on printing 2000 discs per month, bi-directional.
Actual results will vary based on such factors as images printed, print
settings, media type, frequency of use and temperature. Ink pad is end-user
replaceable on Autoprinter model only.
3 Actual cartridge
yields may be lower with high-density images, hot or dusty conditions, less
frequent printing, or printing predominantly with one color. All ink colors are
used for printing and printer maintenance, and all colors have to be installed
for printing. For print quality, part of the ink from the included cartridges is
used for printer startup and a variable amount of ink remains in the cartridges
after the “replace cartridge” signal.