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Where can I print a 100 inch long panoramic?

 
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Jan 24, 2014 18:51 |  #1

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Jan 24, 2014 20:22 |  #3

Bay Photo is a great choice.


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Jan 25, 2014 02:49 |  #4

At home. My Epson R2880 allows me to print using a roll of 19" wide paper as long as I like.


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Jan 25, 2014 21:41 |  #5

Lowner wrote in post #16635065 (external link)
At home. My Epson R2880 allows me to print using a roll of 19" wide paper as long as I like.

So why does the listing of the printer say max 13 X19 ??


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Jan 25, 2014 22:35 |  #6

I think he meant 13 by whatever length.
My 3880 will do 17 by whatever. There is a theoretical limit but I don't remember what it is.


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Jan 26, 2014 01:27 |  #8

dmward wrote in post #16637122 (external link)
I think he meant 13 by whatever length.
My 3880 will do 17 by whatever. There is a theoretical limit but I don't remember what it is.

with the epson driver it's 37 inches using a custom paper size. with a RIP you should be able to go unlimited. but without a roller system in place it'll be very hard to not have paper skew with very long prints


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Jan 26, 2014 01:37 |  #9

Of course the OP likely doesn't have one of those printers, hence asking "where" a print could be made...


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Jan 26, 2014 02:57 |  #10

dmward wrote in post #16637122 (external link)
I think he meant 13 by whatever length.

You are absolutely right, I've just measured it, the maximum width is 13 inches, not 19 as I simply assumed!

But the R2880 allows the use of rolled paper so its not simply an A3+ printer.


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