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If you choose manual feed banner in the setup as you suggest and use the straight path tractor feed is it still necessary to go through that long procedure of changing modes to say nothing of having to waste 6 sheets of paper. Larry ---------- >From: John Goerger <firstname.lastname@example.org> >To: email@example.com >Subject: Re: Continuous prints on roll paper (was 10 images on...) >Date: Fri, Aug 6, 1999, 5:51 AM > > Loren Sauer wrote: >> >> >paulgotts wrote: >> >> I use an Epson 3000 and I normaly print images on 17" x 22" arches >> >> watercolor paper one sheet at time,just using photoshop. >> >> Is there a way to use the straight path, tractor feeder and be able to >> >> set up 10 or more of the same image >> >> and have the Epson 3000 print out all of them on a roll of paper one >> >> right after another. >> >> John Goerger wrote:>... do it from the printer setup box. >> >Just choose manual feed banner in the setup and choose the size you want >> >to use, I would go with 17x22 or 17x23 for a little border. >> >Then just put a 10 in the number of copies box and print it. >> >You will get 10 prints on the roll. the only trick or hard part is >> >guessing where to cut the roll to not waste the 4 or 5 inches you will >> >have to cut off the tail end if you wait until all ten prints are >> >finished to cut the paper. I would probaly just waste the paper and cut >> >it off after they are finished. better to waste 4 inches than to >> >possibly waste a 17x22 print. - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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