09-21-2017 08:19 AM
I am attempting to print on the Canon Pro Premium Matte paper and it seems that Canon constrains the margins to a minimum of 30mm. The Custom button is grayed out in Print Studio Pro. I have also tried to get around this in Lightroom 6 (by not using Print Studio Pro), but when I send the photo to my Canon Pixma Pro-100 the printer driver informs me that the 30mm margin will be imposed.
Is there any way to get around this limit? If not, does anyone know why Canon imposes this limit (especially on a smaller letter-sided paper? Thanks for the help from anyone more knowledgeable.
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09-21-2017 12:31 PM
When printing on Fine Art Paper, the printer will place a border around the image. This is because Fine Art Paper may have a tendency to curl as ink hits the paper, resulting in paper jams.
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09-21-2017 05:31 PM
09-22-2017 12:41 AM
You can select Matte Photo Paper as media type and then select Minimize Paper Abrasion in the driver.
This will avoid the 30mm margin.
09-22-2017 07:57 AM
Thank you John!
Is there further explanantion somewhere of what these quality numbers mean?... so would a prefix of "3" mean that it's printed at 9x the quality of a prefix of "1/3"?
I am new to the Pro-100 and Canon paper and seems that some of this information is difficult to find in any of the Canon documentation -- so I am thankful of other users that are willing to help.
09-22-2017 08:12 AM
09-22-2017 08:43 AM
09-22-2017 10:24 AM
Thanks again for the reply John!
So I found the "Prevent Paper Abrasion" setting in the Mac print driver (image 1 below)
As it seems that Print Studio Pro would still not allow me to set a margin less than 30mm,
I attempted a direct print via the Mac OS-X Print (driver) and the Pro-100 responded with the message below (image 2).
I like the look of the matte paper, but I am wondering if I need to be exploring outside of the Canon matte papers to find one without the margin limitations due to paper quality affecting curl -- or whether all matte/art papers are vulnerable to curling and paper jams for the Pro-100?
Simply looking for the benefit of other's experience as the Canon documention seems limited in this area.