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Paper size using a PowerRIP

Paper size using a PowerRIP

Paper size using a PowerRIP

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I'm trying to print an A4/A3 borderless on my Epson 1290S through PowerRIP. First of all, the page comes out slightly off centered and with margins. I think the problem is the papersize. If i edit the papersizes in server properties, it tells me that a borderless A4 is 209,903 x 303,389 mm. This is of course wrong. I made a new papersize, which is the correct size of an A4 (210 x 297 mm). But when i try to print in InDesign, i can choose the new paper size in the advanced properties dialog, but not in IDs setup dialog. It just doesn't show up. And if i choose to let the (PowerRIP) driver choose the paper size, it comes out with margins. So how do i get bordeless printing from ID, PS etc. using my RIP??

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