Welcome to Red River Paper's guide to 13" wide photo inkjet printers. The guide covers current model printers, suitable for photographic, art, and graphics reproduction. It includes pigment and dye based printers.
Pigment Inkjet Printers
If your goal is long term print display or maximum possible print life, pigment inks are necessary. Pigment colorants are typically more stable than dye colorant over time. This stability comes at some price; Pigment inks tend to reproduce a smaller color gamut verses dye ink. In addition, pigment ink prints are more prone to handling damage, especially with matte and fine art media.
In Brief: For Canon fans who need fade resistant prints. This printer performs best with photobase glossy, luster, and metallic media.
Epson SureColor P700
In Brief: Equipped with a gloss optimizer cartridge, satin, luster, photo metallic, and glossy media truly pop with this printer.
Dye Inkjet Printers
Dye based printers are designed for best possible color saturation and paper compatibility. While modern dye inks are remarkably fade resistant, you would not count on this technology if long-term print display is your goal. Dye printers are a great choice when print speed, broad paper compatibility, and bold color critical. They are quite popular for note card printing as well as graphic arts and business needs.
In Brief: Robust, fast, and reliable, the PRO-100 is the Ferrari of dye based inkjet printers.
In Brief: Perhaps the best color gamut and accuracy of any inkjet printer available.
In Brief: A good choice for those needing photo quality, 13" width, and a budget price.
In Brief: This four-color rear fed printer is just what the graphic artist and business user needs.
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