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Printing 1mm plastic on Canon Pixma pro-100 possible?

I would like to use my Pixma Pro-100 to print onto a plastic substrate (I have the surface issues handled. The Pro-100 is a new acquisition and I'm still getting used to it - am I correct that there's no way to feed paper (or in this case plastic sheet) directly in the back of the device - there only seem to be two input slots, the main one on the top and another one under that, both of which are essentially top-feeders.

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Re: Printing 1mm plastic on Canon Pixma pro-100 possible?

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There is a paper jam button on the right side of the manual feed tray that you can actuate to lower the manual feed tray flat. You could try actuating that and see if it generates an error or allows printing.

John Hoffman
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1D X Mark III, Many lenses, Pixma PRO-100, MX472, LR Classic
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Re: Printing 1mm plastic on Canon Pixma pro-100 possible?

thanks for the response - just noticed that manual feed won't accept anything smaller than 10x8 which kind of rules it out. oh well... 

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