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There are some hobby machines that cut vinyl letters and logos that could do it. Go to a Michael's or Hobby Lobby and check them out. They are used to decorate t-shirts but it could go on paper.


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The Epson L805 is a standard, low-end, end-user, inkjet printer. It is not capable of CMYK nor does it have a Postscript level 3 RIP. In short, it's nothing overly special and its not designed for use with high-end professional-level software such as Adobe Illustrator. It's a "mom & pop" printer, designed to print things an average user would print - ...


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There is no standard. If this is intended for office printing, I might be wrong but I don't think it matters much, as you can always check the 'Fit to Page' scaling option, which will auto-adjust the pages based on your particular printer and its particular margin settings. I would use a minimum value between 5-8 mm and print with 'Fit to Page'.


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No, there is not. I have seen printers that leave only like 2 mm as borders, and some that need like 1.2 cm. There are laser printers, inkjet, etc. So there is a loooooooooot of options. The biggest margin generally is the bottom one. I would say that you need to learn how to interact with the printer. There are several applications that ask for the ...


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Rotate the page content so it's vertical.. or set up a vertical document and then use the page display options to display the pages rotated 90°. Basically, set up a vertical book with the content rotated. That allows you to use the "print booklet" command and get a landscape book.


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Regarding scale for printers, don't worry about calculating area. 50% applies to dimensions. So a 70 x 40 print at 50% would just be 35 x 20. Always verify with your print provider, but this is pretty much a universal practice.


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