10-18-2016 09:19 AM
When printing on A3+ my Pro 100 starts making noises, as if the paper transport is struggling to get a grip, when the print its almost finished. On the print, there is a distinct shift of the last 3 cm’s of the print to one side, and smearing at the edges.
The error occurs irrespective of which paper tray I am using
I print from Lightroom CC with paper size set to A3+ and margins set to 10mm.
In the canon printer driver paper size is also set to A3+ and media type to Canon’s Paper Pro Luster, as suggested by Ilford. I’ve tried setting the print driver to print to edge as well as normal, which seems to make no difference.
Now, searching through this forum I see that when using some types of fine art paper the canon driver might require a 30mm margin when printing in A3+. But the funny thing is that I have printed the exact same picture before, on the same paper with a 10mm margin. I might have accidentally changed something in my setup since then – however, I have not clue as to what that might be....
Any suggestions are highly appreciated
Lars K. Christensen
10-19-2016 04:59 PM
So far, it seems like this might have something to do with the 30mm margin issue:
What still puzzles me is:
10-30-2016 08:48 PM
There are actually two paper size selections. A3+ and A3+(30mm margin). If you select fine art paper types and don't select 30mm margin paper sizes you will get an error message.
You can can select the 30mm margin size and select non-fine art paper types. I do that because l like the margins.
Did you try executing roller cleaning?