Epson Dot Matrix Printers
Epson dot matrix printers are your ideal companions for heavy-duty printing at low cost through its ability to work with multi-part stationery. These printers only require occasional ribbon replacement as ink ribbons utilized remain functional even after prolonged storage, serving as an ideal workhorse for your business.
Epson developed ESC/P is the world standard for dot matrix printer control. This means no matter which platform, software or network you use; you can plug in and begin your printer journey right away.
Epson Dot Matrix Printers
These Epson Dot Matrix printers deliver text, rugged reliability and performance in demanding print environments. It is usually used to print multi-copies paper for delivery orders and invoices. it is still commonly used in distribution channels and shipping.
Enjoy fast, reliable and convenient printing with Epson dot matrix printer. Based on Epson’s experience in delivering industry-standard solutions, this printer helps to run and grow your business while you stay in control of your operations. Experience unparalleled durability and minimum downtime with a high mean time between failure (MTBF) rating and high printhead life. A high character yield, which means low running costs and more affordable prints.
There are 2 quality types
- 24 pins
There are 2 printable column or width sizes
- 80 columns
- 132/136 columns
There are 2 types
- Standalone – USB or Parallel
- Network – Cable or Wireless
About Dot Matrix Printers
Dot matrix printing sometimes called impact matrix printing, is a computer printing process in which ink is applied to a surface using a relatively low-resolution dot matrix for layout. Dot matrix printers typically use a print head that moves back and forth or in an up-and-down motion on the page and prints by impact, striking an ink-soaked cloth ribbon against the paper, much like the print mechanism on a typewriter or line printer. However, a dot matrix printer is able to print arbitrary patterns and not just specific characters.
The perceived quality of dot matrix printers depends on the vertical and horizontal resolution and the ability of the printer to overlap adjacent dots. 9-pin and 24-pin are common; this specifies the number of pins in a specific vertically aligned space. With 24-pin printers, the horizontal movement can slightly overlap dots, producing visually superior output (near letter quality or NLQ), usually at the cost of speed.
Dot matrix printing is typically distinguished from non-impact methods, such as inkjet, thermal, or laser printing, though they too may use a bitmap to represent the printed work. It is also able to employ endless printing using continuous paper fanfolded with perforations for each page to be easily torn from each other.
These printers deliver text, rugged reliability and performance in demanding print with 1-year Local Warranty
Enjoy low cost of ownership with competitive print cost per page through economical ink ribbons.
- Superior Reliability
Engineered to last with sturdy build quality while delivering consistent performance.
- Maximise Productivity
Print on continuous paper as well as multi-part stationery to make carbon copies that meet your business-specific needs.
With lasting ink ribbons and high mean time between failures (MTBF), you can expect minimal downtime.
- Quality and Value
Epson genuine ribbons ensure greater yield, better quality and longer lifespan.