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Old 10-04-2018, 12:17 PM
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By the way. Not sure if you buy new cartridges or refill them, but if you refill then check out the link below. I drilled and refilled. It printed over 70 "8x10" photos for my wife before needing another refill.


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Old 10-05-2018, 03:48 AM
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A $20 all in one, no matter the brand, is not going to have the features of a mainstream printer, regardless of the brand.

In the printer preferences of my $50 Canon, "borderless" is found as a checkbox on both the quick setup and page setup tabs. Give the suggestions to set the margins to 0.00 a try. But, I'm guessing that half an inch at the bottom of the page is for mechanical reasons. Just like most any brand back in the '90's.
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I've found that print margins vary widely between printers. That's why I set my models to a specific area (7.56" x 10.5" base, and keeping the parts 1/2" from the top and bottom of that.) Pretty much any printer can jandle that.
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Also just remember that - depending on the other settings you use - using a borderless setting may change the scale of what you are printing.
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