I'm new to large format printing with a basic A1 HP designjet 100 which is a straight 4 colour printer.
I'd like to produce mural size prints using A1 size paper rolls which can be hung like wallpaper strips. Or I guess one could say I want to make DIY inkjet wall paper.
Which rip allows price control of image scaling so one can accurately reproduce an image several meters high and wide, while ensuring this can also be accurately printed in perfect registration for a wall size image with near invisible seams. Overlapping the paper would produce an pattern of vertical lines across the wall
Would also be great to have precise control over where the printer deposits ink along the paper edge so that registration perfect prints can be made.
Is it even feasible to think in this direction or is overlap necessary when hanging billboard size murals with 26" wide strips
Any advice would be much appreciated.