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May 11, 2016 14:18 |  #1

Hi,

I was just wondering if anyone knows whether "Canon Pixma imagePROGRAF pro 1000" printer could print on customized size paper such as 17X30 in.
The printer spec says the largest paper is 17X22 in. But I am not sure whether this accounts for the customized papers that have the 17 in width but have a longer length.

In other words I want to know if I could print panorama pictures on this printer with length longer than 22 in.

Any help would be appreciated

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May 16, 2016 12:19 |  #2

No one, has any experience with this printer? !




  
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May 16, 2016 13:31 |  #3

According to a post on Luminous Landscape, Canon engineers are looking into it and there is a possibility of a firmware upgrade. It will not do it now.


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May 16, 2016 16:15 |  #4

I have never understood why printer manufacturers limit the length of custom paper sizes. As long as the paper will fit the carriage width it shouldn't matter how long it is. This is especially true for the smaller width printers like A4 or even A3 where you don't usually find versions with roll feed, so it's not like you are able to upgrade to a printer with that feature.

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May 16, 2016 16:58 |  #5

I think you'll find it's been purposely 'nobbled' so that you buy their more expensive wide format printers (with roll feed options) in the line for panoramas dimensions outside of the published specs...

If canon sold a roll adaptor for this printer it would be a no brainer...I'm pretty much there in terms of making my mind up to pick one up, the prints are simply stunning out of this printer.


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May 16, 2016 17:14 |  #6

Epson does rolls on a few of their smaller printed. I think Canon is missing the boat in this.

It does make killer prints though. And 17x22 doesn't seem that much larger than 13x19 but it really is. Wish I could justify this machine. If it used rolls then I would seriously consider selling my PRO-10 and upgrading.


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