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I have a large laptop sleeve that measures 17.5 x 14 but the print area is 13 x 16. I purchased the 13 x 19 bypass tray for my gx 7000 but when I printed the sleeve It didn't cover the whole image area. I was thinking about trying to tile the image and print it larger on 2 sheets of paper then taping them together. I know that sounds a little tricky and I would hate to mess up another sleeve. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!
 

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I have a large laptop sleeve that measures 17.5 x 14 but the print area is 13 x 16. I purchased the 13 x 19 bypass tray for my gx 7000 but when I printed the sleeve It didn't cover the whole image area. I was thinking about trying to tile the image and print it larger on 2 sheets of paper then taping them together. I know that sounds a little tricky and I would hate to mess up another sleeve. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!
If you have a 16 x 20 heat press I would suggest sending your image out to have it printed on dye sub paper, then pressing it yourself. I have had no luck at all tiling a dye sub image unless the printable parts don't overlap, like on a big photo blanket.

There are several sponsors and posters that offer this service at a reasonable price.

Hope this helps.

-Ray
 
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