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What size of panos can you print on an Epson R2400

 
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Oct 28, 2009 04:24 |  #1

I have an Epson R2400 and would like to print a panorama as large as possible. At 300dpi, the panorama prints at 95x45cm. Obviously, the R2400 is limited to a height of 32.9cm. I currently only have A3+ paper allowing me to print 48x23cm. So how can I print the panorama at say 32x68cm, if at all?

Do I need to buy a roll of paper, e.g. Epson Premium Semi Gloss 32.9x100cm?

Or are there alternative ways?

Or would you print through a lab?


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Oct 28, 2009 04:44 |  #2

Yes you need a roll,subject to size and colours you may need to think about a continuous ink system,you wouldnt want to get to the last 6ocm and run out of ink,
Didnt the R2400 come with the roll paper feed,the R2100 did.
with a little tweaking you can get panos to about any length within reason.




  
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Oct 28, 2009 05:07 |  #3

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Oct 28, 2009 05:38 |  #4

The R1900 goes to 111.75 cm. on a 32.9 cm. roll. I expect the R2400 is about the same.


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Oct 28, 2009 05:40 |  #5

ameerat42 wrote in post #8909415 (external link)
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Manual? We done' need no stinkin' manual!


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Oct 28, 2009 07:23 |  #6

I wish you guys would use inches for us on this side of the pond.:lol:


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Oct 28, 2009 11:26 |  #7

Midlife Crisis wrote in post #8909819 (external link)
I wish you guys would use inches for us on this side of the pond.:lol:

Divide by 2.54.


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