Quote Originally Posted by sanking

I am not actually using the large UV printer to make big prints. The main advantage is that it allows me to expose several prints at the same time. With the 48" length, for example, I can easily expose three or four fairly larege prints at the same time. This is important for me since with my carbon printing I make thick tissue that require very long exposures. Being able to expose three to five prints at the same time is tremendous saving of time and energy.

That makes sense in your case.

My interest is to make long panos from stitched digital negs. Pictorico is supposed to be releasing 13 inch OHP in rolls this year and I want to print some images about 36 inches long. I'll look at paper suppliers for sizes. I pretty sure some papers come in 40-42" sheets.