Epson Roll Media Adapter for SureColor P800

BH #EPRPFP800 • MFR #C12C811431
Epson Roll Media Adapter for SureColor P800
Key Features
  • Accepts Roll Media from 13-17" Wide
  • Works with Rolls up to 100' Long
  • Compatible with 2" & 3" Core Sizes
Print vast panoramas and long fine art prints with your SureColor P800 Printer by using this Roll Media Adapter from Epson. It is easily installed and allows the use of 2" core canvas and 3" core fine art and other photographic media in lengths up to 100'. Also, it works with media from 13-17" wide and the printer can work with images up to 10' long.
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Epson C12C811431 Overview

Print vast panoramas and long fine art prints with your SureColor P800 Printer by using this Roll Media Adapter from Epson. It is easily installed and allows the use of 2" core canvas and 3" core fine art and other photographic media in lengths up to 100'. Also, it works with media from 13-17" wide and the printer can work with images up to 10' long.

Epson C12C811431 Specs

Media Width
13-17" (33.0-43.2 cm)
Media Length
Up to 100' (30.5 m)
Core Sizes
2" (5.1 cm) & 3" (7.6 cm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight
8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
25.5 x 16 x 12"

Epson C12C811431 Reviews

Great Product!

By Justin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-08-29

While I would have prefer the roll media option be included with the printer initially, this adapter is a great addition to enhance the printer's capabilities. It was fairly easy to install and works as expected.

piece of cake to install

By Barbara
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-06-02

Works perfectly and was able to start printing 44 inch tall panos for a group show in New Haven. Extremely easy to install and remove. Works perfectly. Love it

Weak top anchor

By Gary
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2020-05-15

The adapter is held in by 2 screws at the bottom and 2 flimsy T shaped pieces of plastic at the top. The T pieces of plastic are easily broken off and replacement part are not available. I know this from reading reviews before I bought the adapter and tried to be careful when installing and removing it. On about the 4th iteration I ended up breaking on to the T pieces despite being careful. Now my adapter is taped to the printer chassis with Gorilla tape and I have a 3/4 piece of dowel supporting it from underneath. When properly supported the adapter does a good job of feeding paper.

Works great on P800

By Eugene
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-05-10

Outstanding feeder, allowed me to print a 16x72 panorama

Easy Install, fits perfect.

By Marcel
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-04-20

This roll adapter for the Epson P800 allows me to make panoramic wallart, enabling me to sell for higher prices and raise more funds for the charities I support. Great product !

great accessory

By konstantino
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-04-19

I dont know why it took me so long to get this. You can print bigger - up to 16 x 24 or even bigger panoramic photos. And the cost of prints is much cheaper when using a roll. Highly reccomended

Great product.

By Scott
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-08-18

It's a little finicky getting the paper to feed at times, but well worth the small inconvenience. Once it's loaded, it works fantastic. It's a bit different than the 4900 and 5000 printers which have a built-in motorized feed for paper rolls (along with a built-in cutter), but still, it works exactly as described and I'm glad I bought it.

for panormas

By Istvan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-06-10

This adaptor is necessary for printing panoramas on roll-paper. It's expensive but is mostly metal construction, except the plastic hooks that attach it at the top to the printer. It works as advertised: put the roll paper on it, feed it into the printer and print ! It's possible to leave the roll holder permanently attached to the printer if you don't need the space in the back of the printer. That would put less strain on the hooks and screws.

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question

What is the depth of the Epson P-800 with the roll media adapter attached?
Asked by: Paul Z.
Measuring 23-24 without the tray extended.
Answered by: Scott J.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Does the roll feeder allow the user to manually extend the paper so that you could say use a rotatrim on a table in front of the printer or is it limited to a set advance amount????
Asked by: Mary J
You will find in the manual that after printing an image(s) a menu option appears to Cut? . If Yes , it will print 2 guidelines one for cutting, one that marks the print border. It then will extend the paper out approx. a couple of inches beyond the feed tray. I need to push the tray in and place something (I just use the box the paper roll came in) about level with the tray (ie, a couple of inches above the table top that the printer is sitting on) to avoid creasing the unused paper on the roll. I place the paper cutter on the box and cut. When done you press FINISH and the paper retracts. The ease of doing this may depend on the width of the trimmer. Hope this helps.
Answered by: WILLIAM L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

I have an old Pro 4000 with roll media attachment. Can this attachment be removed from the 4000 and installed on the P800?
Asked by: robert
No. The upper attachments on the P800 are for clips and not the screw posts on the 4000.
Answered by: Thomas B.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Would this fit on the back of an Epson P600?
Asked by: Taryn J.
No
Answered by: kornelius s.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

how does one generally cut the printed photo off the roll?
Asked by: matias
I actually use a rechargeable, portable scissors which has an offset blade and cuts easier than using scissors, without lifting up the paper slightly to cut. The portable electric scissors stays on the cutting line better and just zips right along the line without any effort.
Answered by: Rosanna
Date published: 2020-08-04

question

with this accessory, how does one generally cut the printed photo from the roll?
Asked by: matias
I have a paper cutter that can accommodate the width of the paper. Unfortunately the printer does not have a paper cutter built in. LOVE LOVE LOVE the Roll Media Adapter though.
Answered by: GLENN A.
Date published: 2020-07-29

question

What do others think of the apparently flimsy attachment hooks? The RedRiver review showed broken plastic hooks. When I was in B&H yesterday, their floor model had broken hooks and was held on by duct tape. And 1 of 15 reviewers reported broken plastic hooks. Since the roll feeder is the primary reason to upgrade from 3880, it this a poison pill?
Asked by: Mark
It's plastic but it has no moving parts; it's just a bracket. It's only there for convenience and will only break if abused. You could even rig up a homemade one if you're cheap and handy. I use a wooden dowel.
Answered by: AUSTIN K.
Date published: 2020-07-29

question

will this work with heavier 3 core paper rolls such as ILFORD 2002414 GALERIE Prestige Gold Mono Silk and Hahnemuhle Photo Silk Baryta 310 ?
Asked by: simon
If it will go through the roll paper inlet for printing and your paper is 17 wide or less, shouldn't be a problem. Neat idea Austin K had about using a dowel or piece of closet rod.
Answered by: Kenneth D.
Date published: 2020-07-29
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