Epson Discproducer PP-100II Disc Publisher
CD/DVD Disc Publisher
Building on Epson's success and expertise in BD/DVD/CD publishers for optical media storage, the second-generation Epson Discproducer™ PP-100II combines proven features with important upgrades.
Epson Price Increase on Disproducer Hardware and Consumables
In response to the new import tariffs on Chinese goods, Epson has increased prices for the Discproducer hardware and consumables.
Features and Benefits
- USB 3.0 SuperSpeed interface
- 100 Disc Capacity
- Publishes up to 30 CDs per hour or 15 DVD's per hour
- Print Only Speed - up to 60 discs/hour (Speed Mode) / up to 40 discs/hour (Quality Mode)
- Fully automated: Leave production runs unattended
- Reliable burning: Best-in-class accuracy
- Cost-effective: User-replaceable drives
- Easy to use: Free Total Disc Maker software - PC and MAC Compatible
Enabling fast and reliable CD/DVD production, the PP-100II features a USB 3.0 SuperSpeed interface, and publishes 30 CDs/15 DVDs per hour (40/12x speed, 0.6/3.8GB data respectively) including printing on the disc surface. Production runs of 100 DVD-R DL x 8.5GB can be left to complete unattended thanks to the fully automated operation, the CD/DVD drives (Pioneer PR1 series) that provide best-in-class accuracy, and the AcuGrip™ robotic arm, which ensures only one disc is grabbed at a time.
The PP-100II represents a cost-effective investment, as its maintenance cartridge and CD/DVD drives can be replaced by the user to extend its working lifespan to far more than 70,000 discs. The six-cartridge individual ink system keeps the cost-per-produced-disc low.
Easy to use and integrate into virtually any environment, the PP-100II is operated from the front, and allows easy monitoring of ink levels for each color. As it is compact and fully stackable, the Discproducer also has valuable space-saving benefits for organizations with large-scale disc publishing needs.
Total Disc Maker software is included, providing advanced functions such as the 'read back' file location tool, for filename or content backup from a stack of up to 50 discs. The new 'merge print' feature burns and prints automatically individual content onto each disc surface, enabling easier batch production.