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Mac OS X for Epson Professional Imaging Printers

The Mac OS X operating system is a powerful solution for creative professionals, and Epson is working closely with Apple to produce the best possible drivers for our Stylus Pro printers. The Epson Stylus Pro team is committed to delivering high-quality, native OS X drivers for our printers. Any new printer models released by the Stylus Pro team will have native OS X drivers at launch.

Q: How can I tell if my Epson Stylus Pro printer model is supported by Mac OS X?

Check the Epson America Web site for new and updated drivers. They are always posted here first. You can visit your printer model's driver support web site by going to:

Drivers & Support / Printers / Professional Imaging /

Find your printer model and see if any OS X drivers are available.
The following printer drivers are currently available for download:
Epson Professional Imaging Printers
Stylus Pro 7600 UltraChrome Ink - Printer Driver v1.64
Stylus Pro 9600 UltraChrome Ink - Printer Driver v1.64
Stylus Pro 7600 Photographic Dye Ink - Printer Driver v1.6aE
Stylus Pro 9600 Photographic Dye Ink - Printer Driver v1.6aE
Stylus Pro 10600 UltraChrome Ink - Printer Driver v1.6bE
Stylus Pro 10000 Archival Ink - Printer Driver v1.6aE
Stylus Pro 10000 Photographic Dye Ink - Printer Driver v1.6aE
Stylus Pro 4000 - Printer Driver v1.8E
Stylus Pro 5500 - Printer Driver v1.7a
Stylus Color 3000 - Printer Driver v1.7a
Stylus Pro 9500 - Printer Driver v2.1a
Stylus Pro 7500 - Printer Driver v2.1a
Stylus Pro 7000 - Printer Driver v2.1a


Q: What if there is no OS X driver posted for my Epson Stylus Pro printer model?

The following printer models are not currently supported by OS X, and will not have a native OS X driver from Epson:
Epson Professional Imaging Printers
Stylus Pro 9000
Stylus Pro 5000
Stylus Pro 10600 Photographic Dye Ink
Stylus Pro 10600 Archival Ink


Q: If Epson does not offer an OS X native driver for my Stylus Pro model, how can I print?

You have three choices:
  • Use a third-party RIP
  • See if Apple has released a GIMP print driver for your model
  • Print using OS 9 either natively or in classic mode