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Jan 07, 2011 22:03 |  #1

The printer prints 13 x 19. I'm wondering about making prints "longer" like 12 x 18 or pano's 12 x 36/48 with this printer? And about getting paper/canvas 13" wide on rolls.

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Jan 08, 2011 01:11 |  #2

I just got the pro9000..

I dont think you can print rolls, only sheets.

You should be able to print a 12x18 on a 13x19 sheet. A 12x36/48 will not fix on a 13x19 sheet.

For rolls and long panos I belive you need to get the Canon IPF line of printers


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Jan 08, 2011 07:58 |  #3

I've read you can go up to 23" in length, I do not believe there is a roll attachment.



  
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Jan 08, 2011 08:58 as a reply to  @ Shasta's post |  #4

it seems that without a hacked driver the max print size is 14X26.61. this is the largest size I can set in the custom settings.

This is a shame too because Red River has nice pre cut 13X36 without having to buy roll paper. I may be in the market for a hack job :)




  
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Jan 08, 2011 10:48 |  #5

MrAl wrote in post #11597884 (external link)
it seems that without a hacked driver the max print size is 14X26.61. this is the largest size I can set in the custom settings.

This is a shame too because Red River has nice pre cut 13X36 without having to buy roll paper. I may be in the market for a hack job :)

I thought this printer was capable of printing up to around 39 inches (custom), but not borderless.


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Jan 08, 2011 11:19 |  #6

ChasP505 wrote in post #11598396 (external link)
I thought this printer was capable of printing up to around 39 inches (custom), but not borderless.

I just checked again. I even opened a new doc in Photo Shop of 13X36 and went to print and in the Canon Print driver and 14X26.61 is the largest size it would allow me to enter:(




  
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Jan 08, 2011 11:57 |  #7

MrAl wrote in post #11598527 (external link)
I just checked again. I even opened a new doc in Photo Shop of 13X36 and went to print and in the Canon Print driver and 14X26.61 is the largest size it would allow me to enter:(

My mistake... I was thinking about the Epson R1900 which can print 13x44.


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