InkXPro CISS for Epson Artisan 730 Printer

Posted on 7/30/2012 1:45:00 AM

Found a great CISS for Epson Artisan Printer

We have been looking for another CISS unit for the new Epson Artisan 730 Printer to replace the old Epson Artisan 50 for all the DVD and Bluray insert printout. Found this vendor.
 
X-Pro continuous ink system CISS for Epson Artisan 730 printer
 

 
The setup is minimal. Print out is excellent. I like it particularly the external enclosure of the ink tank. It looks elegance.
 


 
Their customer service is great. Highly recommend product from InkXPro.

 


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Posted by tony gallardo on 4/28/2013 3:17:00 PM taky, good afternoon, hope all is well with you, this is tony from san antonio, tx in case you forgot. its been some time since i last spoke to you. i was on dvinfo.net and read your comment on the inkxpro set up. i currently use an epson artisan 800 for my dvds and had been looking for a set up like this. My question, how long have you had this set up and how hard was it to set up. also where do you obtain the replacement ink. How many full disk runs do you get from this set up. i know its a lot of questions, but you are the man.
thanks
tony
210-559-5138

Replied by LA Color Pros Hi Tony, we have been using CISS for years. The unit comes with ink tanks already filled with ink. I ordered 6 big ink bottle few years ago for the Epson Stylus Photo Printer. That printer was dead long time ago. I'm still using the same big ink bottle for my current Artisan 730 printer. I never counted how many disks it has been printed. Let's just save, I easily saved hundreds of dollar by not buying ink cartrdiges.
Posted by Chris on 12/21/2013 5:43:00 PM The information you provide on your site is fantastic :) I was just wondering what do you usually use for your print settings? I bought a Epson 730 and when I try to print via Photoshop it turns out all weird (had to just output to a JPEG and print from that which turned out better).
 
And for the DVD itself, there doesn't seem to be any way to customize the print settings on the "Print CD/DVD" program with the Epson 730.

Replied by LA Color Pros Chris, glad you like it. You can download the DVD label template from here, use it in Photoshop. Then copy and paste the design image to Epson PrintCD.
 
http://lacolorpros.com/blog/?10257-DVD-and-BluRay-Design-Template
 
There isn't anything needed to tweak in printing in Print CD/DVD. The only option I changed is the color output to create a more warm tone for my need.
Posted by Chris on 12/21/2013 5:53:00 PM Yes I am using your template, super helpful! Do you just print straight from Photoshop though ? Without messing with any of the color management / settings? (For example, putting "Photoshop manages colors, or printer manages color, selecting Epson Vivid etc.)

Replied by LA Color Pros DO NOT print from Photoshop. The Epson PrintCD app is set for printing CD/DVD with the printer. Just design using Photoshop, then copy/paste or export the layout to PrintCD and print from there.
Posted by Chris on 12/21/2013 6:15:00 PM Sorry for confusing you! I meant settings for the cover box art, not the DVD :)
Posted by Carla on 2/12/2014 7:44:00 AM Hello, thank you for posting this awesome ciss. It Looks very nice and professionally :) i love this veeeery !
Do you know where i can buy it for my old Canon Pixma IP2400 ?
I know it is an old one, and not Epson. But i am hopefully you can help me :) thanks :)
 
sincerelly... Carla

Replied by LA Color Pros Hi Carla, thanks for your kind comment. It warms my heard knowing our blog actually help out peeps.
 
For your printer, you will need to check with inkXpro.com or even on ebay to see if they have CISS for it.
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