now you say layers and then you say files - I'm guessing the answer is files since layers wouldn't reduce size ... but don't you have difficulties seing the "whole" when its spread over several documents ... and you'll have to put it all together in the end anyway to print
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While there are fabrics available, my printer is not ideal for that. Fabrics are for dye-sublimation or solvent printer, mine is an aquiess inkjet printer. However, I can print to canvas and fine art paper, though both of those are more expensive to print on. Fine art paper is like 50% more in cost, while canvas is $7.50 per square foot, more than double my satin-photo print standard prices.
Thanks for the quick and detailed response! As I said before I am trying to find a way to give my players at Avegost LARP an in-game representation of a detailed and aged version of our map (www.Avegost.com/map) that I'm working on. Released with Dragon Age was a cloth map and I've fallen in love with it. Do you know/recommend of anywhere that prints on cloth?
Thanks for your expertise,
Let me check my sources, there are printing houses that do work only for other printers, and perhaps I can get a better deal - and you can still do business with me.
Looks interesting to me ...