07-31-2009 10:17 AM
I'm afraid there isn't. In order to do borderless printing, you need to do overspray, and there needs to be a place for the overspray to go. Inkjet can successfully do this (we use a little absorber underneath the print area), but, because of the way a laser printer is made, overspray would be pretty nasty, and would kill it.
That said, in a pinch, you could post-process and trim the edges. That's actually what the big offset print folks do.
Hope that makes things more clear.
07-31-2009 12:53 PM
07-31-2009 01:00 PM
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The roller is used to transport the paper. It does not lay down the print image. Edge to edge printing is very complex. It is possible to design, but the technology would make it a very expensive printer.
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