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  • Re: Cutting Down Roll Paper?

    Hi Ben, Sorry, got my numbers confused—it was a 4900. Ok, thanks for that. A friend has a metal cutting chop saw so we'll give it a test or two and see how

    thinkstopthink 5 hours ago
  • Re: Cutting Down Roll Paper?

    You can't use a roll in a 3880, but you can use sheets cut from a roll. You feed them via the rear sheet feeder. If you want to print longer than 37.4 " /

    brian_downunda 1 day ago
  • Re: Cutting Down Roll Paper?

    I use the 12 inch miter saw, and the metal cutting blade which I use to cut frame sections. I first wrap a piece of masking tape around where the cut is to be

    benjschneider2 1 day ago
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This forum was founded for the discussion and exchange of information about all the technologies and techniques that can be used to produce a quality B&W print from a digital source. The intent here is to bring together those resources in one location to further the craft and technology of B&W output. This forum is not affiliated with any commercial venture and is open to all. The group moderators do not check messages for content before they are posted except for the initial posts by new members in order to filter out spam. See the group rules and guidelines in the Files section of this page for detailed information:

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