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The Ditto Auto Sheet Film Feeder - 13in


Greater Productivity for desktop inkjets is here!

The ditto SOLVES A COSTLY PROBLEM. Loading just film one sheet at a time into your inkjet means you have to attend to all the output options for each color. You're doing a task over and over again.

NOW you can load up to 8 sheets of film for unattended printing. The ditto inkjet film feeder by Freehand Graphics gives you back hundreds of hours of productivity each year. Simply load the film, manage the output options ONCE, print, walk away, and your multi-page separation is printed while you are using your time in a much more productive way.

*Consumer Note: The Ditto auto-sheet feeder works best with the use of AccuRIP software to create halftones for film output.

Ditto's popularity is attributed to these key factors:

  • Solves an ongoing and costly production problem
  • Gives users back hundreds of hours of production time
  • Works with any RIP and the Epson Driver
  • Easy to attach - available for several Epson Desktop Inkjet Models
  • Sturdy construction, no moving parts to break, built to last
  • Created by the trusted developers of AccuRIP, All Black Ink, and Spot Process
  • Affordable purchase price


Films stick together - preventing you from loading multiple film sheets into the Epson's stock tray designed for paper feeding.


Simply attach the ditto film feeder, load up to 8 sheets of film, and start saving! Accepts all film widths supported by the printer.

Do I need a specific RIP?

No, because the ditto inkjet film feeder attaches directly to your Epson Inkjet it doesn't matter what software you use for producing your films, although we hope you use AccuRIP!

No Tacky Films Allowed!

The ditto inkjet film feeder works by keeping films separated and then feeding individual sheets. For true unattended printing with quality results work with the great film brands many of our distributors offer. Stay away from the slow drying non waterproof films. The slightly lower upfront cost is misleading, They create higher production cost, lower quality films and will stick together after printing. Waterproof films dry faster, last longer and produce a superior image.

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