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Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8190 Drivers Download

Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8190 Drivers Download

Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8190 Drivers Download

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Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8190 Printer Reviews– Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8190 ($799.99) is a large format printer that supports super-tabloid (13-by-19-inch) media. It is an update of the WorkForce Pro WF-8090, but features a completely new classier design, a friendlier control panel and a much better print quality. It also has a reasonable price, low operating costs and high switching time, making it our first choice for midrange large format printers.

A printer that makes pages more than twice as wide as conventional media of Letter size requires a significant dedication in the upper space at the top. With 22.5 at 24.1 at 29.7 inches (HWD) and weighing 77.8 pounds, the size and size of the WF-C8190 asks for a firm, dedicated space to roast. The HP PageWide Pro 750DW is a penny or two smaller in all directions (but still weighs 33.8 pounds more), while Epson’s WorkForce WF-7210 Wide-Format is more consumer friendly, a few centimeters shorter than the WF-C8190 and weighs 35 pounds less.

Out-of-the-box, the paper input capacity of the WF-C8190 is a skinny 330 sheets, distributed over a 250 sheet paper tray and a multi-purpose tray for 80 sheets extending from the back of the chassis. If that is not enough paper (or input sources), you can extend it to 1,830 sheets from four sources, with up to two insertion trays for 500 sheet (a steep $425 each).

Supports paper sizes from 3.5 at 5 inches to 13 by 19 inches and banners up to 13 inches wide at 45 inches long. The 250-sheet paper tray and the two 500-sheet plug-ins support media from 3.5 at 5 inches to 11 by 17 inches. All that potential capacity is also a damn good; With the maximum monthly task cycle of 75,000 pages of the WF-C8190 (7,000 recommended pages), you and your team members will be so busy to keep that 250-sheet paper tray that you may not be doing any work.

Especially because of its high price, large paper capacity and high print speed, the HP 750DW seems to be a much more powerful and robust printer than the WF-C8190, and from those three perspectives it is. The standard paper input capacity is 650 sheets, expandable to 4,650 sheets (with two trays for 2,000 sheets) and contains almost three times the WorkForce Pro model. But this seemingly overwhelming brute force stops for the most part here. For example, the HP 750DW printer has the same maximum monthly usage cycle as the WF-C8190 (although the recommended volume is more than twice as high).

However, the WF-C8190 gets some of its own licks, including the ability to print super-tabloid-format pages. That size makes great posters and posters, for example.

Epson’s WF-7210 is, on the other hand, another animal. The paper capacity of 250 sheets is respectable, but it is not extensible and the monthly task cycle is almost 75 percent lower than that of the WF-C8190. You almost don’t get the same volume, and the operating costs are, if you plan to print more than a few hundred pages per month, a serious concern.

It is also important to note that, as indicated in the printer name, the WF-C8190 Adobe PostScript and HP PCL (printer Command Language) page will emulate description languages (PDL’s). This, especially PostScript, enhances compatibility with various graphical design and desktop publishing applications and environments, and both PDL’s are preferred for Prepresstoepassingen. These PDL’s enlarge the bag with tricks of the WF-C8190, like for example prepress composites printing, but if you don’t know what these PDL’s do, you probably don’t need them.

Finally, you can manage all of this through the control panel of the WF-C8190, which consists of a dozen navigation and function buttons and a few status LEDs, all anchored by a 2.4-inch non-touch color display.

With the exception of the USB 3.0 port, a connection type that you rarely see on a printer (USB 2.0 is the norm), connectivity is easy. Standard connections consist of Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct and connection to a single PC via USB. Everything except the latter, the special USB connection, gives the printer access to the Internet, allowing you to use the Epson Connect feature to print from cloud and social media sites. Wi-Fi Direct is a peer-to-Peer networking protocol that allows you to connect your mobile devices directly to the printer without it or on a local area network (LAN). However, you will not find a USB port to print from USB memory sticks.

In addition to the standard network security protocols provided with most network-ready printers, the WF-C8190 allows you to protect print jobs with pin codes to protect them for prying eyes. A user control access feature determines who can use the printer and what features they have access to. Limiting certain users to print only in black and white can, for example, save significantly on ink costs.

High volume printers should be fast. Epson evaluates the WF-C8190 at 25 pages per minute (ppm), which is for this class of machines where the fastest starts. For example, the HP 750DW has a power output of 35 ppm and several printers are available, such as HP’s Color LaserJet Enterprise M653x, with much higher scores.

I tested the WF-C8190 via Ethernet from our standard Intel Core i5 pc with Windows 10 Professional. Also note that the speeds listed here were obtained from printing letter-sized pages, not from Breedformaat media. Tabloid pages, which are exactly twice as large, should have about as many coverage percentages to print twice as long, and super-tabloid slightly longer.

The WF-C8190 printed the first part of my test diagram, a 12-page monochrome Microsoft Word text document, on 27.3 ppm, which surpasses its rating. Meanwhile, the LaserJet 750DW printed the same document 8.2 ppm faster, and the WF-7210 achieved a lean 15ppm.

When I combined the results with printing various colorful PDF, Excel, and PowerPoint documents with embedded charts, graphs, various other company images, and photos with the results of printing the 12- Page document, the score of the WF-C8190 fell to 15.1 ppm. That may sound slow, but very few of the machines we have tested over the last few years (because of the complexity of the layouts and content of our test document) scored so high.

The LaserJet 750DW is with 1, 1ppm faster however one of them. But given the price and speed rating I expect more of a speed difference between these two large format printers. The WF-7210, on the other hand, managed to show about half of the WF-C8190’s.

At the next test I have several colorful and detailed 4-by-6-inch snapshots printed several times and results on average. The WF-C8190 was on average 19 seconds or about 6 seconds faster than the WF-7210 and 11 seconds slower than the 750DW. Less than 30 seconds is the norm for most business inkjet printers.

All WorkForce and WorkForce Pro models from Epson use the company’s PrecisionCore print heads, which are also used in its thousands of people, 100ppm-plus large enterprise and press machines. One of the main features of PrecisionCore is, besides being a bit faster than traditional print heads, that the print chips contain a much larger number of smaller and highly concentrated ink nozzles, resulting in a more precise Ink distribution.

I didn’t mind to hate the print quality of the WF-C8190. Text seems to be near laser quality; Graphic output is free of streaks and other defects in the ink distribution that are often in dark fills and backgrounds. Gradients do not contain an obvious step from one color to the next

Although they are not photo printers, the WorkForce printers I have tested in recent years, especially since the deployment of PrecisionCore, are testing more than respectable, vividly coloured and detailed images. The WF-C8190 must be more than sufficient for most business applications and has a distinct advantage over the HP 750DW: the ability to print borderless photos and documents up to font size. Photos and lots of business brochures, flyers, etc., look much more sophisticated with edges without finishing.

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