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Printing Longer than 37" Epson 3880

 
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Feb 05, 2014 11:38 |  #1

Has anyone have any luck printing longer than 37" with the Epson 3880 using RIP software? If so, what software are you using? I had one software company tell me it's not possible because of the 3880's firmware.




  
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Feb 06, 2014 08:13 |  #2

I don't know the 3880, but I do have the 2880 and have produced a 38" panorama with that using the normal printer driver.


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Feb 08, 2014 02:36 as a reply to  @ Lowner's post |  #3

I thought these only printed to 22'' like the 17" Canon printers that don't take roll. Can you rally print to 37"?

Maybe I should swap out my Canon 13". I never got a 17" printer because it seemed 22" was the max unless you got a $2+k printer that takes paper rolls.


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Feb 08, 2014 22:56 |  #4

yup you can do 37 inches by choosing a custom paper size


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Feb 09, 2014 18:48 |  #5

I printed around 36" with my R2400 a few years ago.


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