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Re: Epson 3000 vs 3880


nodal wrote:
hugowolf wrote:
I donít know how important roll feed is to you, but the 3880ís 37.4 inch max length should be long enough for most panos.
Brian A


Brian do you just cut the lengths you need from roll stock to print 37 inch long on the 3880?

I do cut from 17 inch roll paper occasionally, but more often cut from 24 x 36 inch sheets. I prefer to print on sheets whenever possible so there is no decurling to deal with.

A 24 x 36 inch sheet gives you a 16 x 36 inch pano, with three 8 x 12 inch leftovers, or two 12 x 36 inch panos. Or, more normally, avoiding the stupid US 17 x 22 inch size, two 17 x 24 inch sheets, with only 2 inches of waste.

I run 44 inch roll feed printer too, so the only time I use the 3880 for cut roll paper is to avoid a black ink swap.

Brian A



Feb 10, 2013 at 11:08 PM



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