• Depending on the paper, there are types that cannot be cut by the cutter unit, and types that speed
deterioration of the blade and cause damage to the cutter. For thick paper, hard paper, etc. do not
use the cutter unit, and instead cut the roll paper using scissors, etc. after printing. In this case,
select User Cut as the Automatic Cutting Settings.
• If borderless printing is performed on paper where the ink drying is poor, the cutter unit may
leave scratches where it touches the printed surface, or may not cut correctly. In this kind of sit-
uation, configure the amount of time to wait for the ink to dry after printing using Drying Time.
Alternatively, if the paper cannot be cut well by the cutter, set the Automatic Cutting Settings to
User Cut and cut the roll paper using scissors, etc.
• Paper where borderless printing can be performed is limited by the media type and roll paper
width. Refer to " Compatible Paper
• For custom paper where there is a need to set the Automatic Cutting Settings to User Cut, set
the Borderless Printing to Deny.
The Step 5: Configure the amount of ink used dialog box is displayed.
The upper limit on the amount of ink used to print to the custom paper is set on this screen by selecting from
among several levels.
First, click the Test Print button to perform a test print of each level.
• If Newsprint for Proofing was selected as the standard paper for the custom paper, you cannot
perform the test print or configure the maximum ink usage.
Media Configuration Tool
Add Custom Paper