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    Good printer, 100% compatible with Mac Book Air
    Hello there!
    We are going to start a map printing service (wall size, deco purpose) and I have a question about buying a printer compatible with Mac Book Air.

    3mx3m size, matte.
    It should be "readable", what obviously depends on a printing quality and prepress editing.
    The first map we are going to print is Los Angeles, metro area map.
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    Good printer, 100% compatible with Mac Book Air

    Is this really a legit question without proper details of what your needs are or just a SPAM type ad for your commercial LA maps???

    Sorry, but it seems more like the latter to me, especially seeing that they seem to be getting printed already.





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    Quote Originally Posted by pm-r View Post
    Is this really a legit question without proper details of what your needs are or just a SPAM type ad for your commercial LA maps???
    Sorry, but it seems more like the latter to me, especially seeing that they seem to be getting printed already.
    - Patrick
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    No, it`s not a spam, it`s a question. Should be a professional (+-) printer under 1K$ that have no problem with Mac connectivity, appreciate your advice, thanx in advance.

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    Your Mac's Specs
    MBP Retina late 2015 15.4" 16GB 2.5 GHz OS High Sierra; iPhone 7 128gb; iPad Mini 2, 32gb
    The OSX on your Mac is as relevant as the model as some printer companies do not update their software as the OS develops.
    Sue

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterWolf View Post
    No, it`s not a spam, it`s a question. Should be a professional (+-) printer under 1K$ that have no problem with Mac connectivity, appreciate your advice, thanx in advance.
    And what has your research yielded so far?
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    If you google you might get a big list of printers. You can choose one of them from the list. But Epson Expression Premium XP-640 has great impact. You can try it.

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    Your Mac's Specs
    2011 17" MBP 2.2ghz, 16gig ram, OS 10.11.6
    Just a theoretical thought based on the thread title "Good printer, 100% compatible with Mac Book Air".

    Is there really ANY printer that's REALLY 100% compatible with any computer??

    How about a more reasonable goal...a "Good printer...compatible with a MacBook Air".

    - Nick

    p.s. You should also tell us exactly what model MacBook Air we are talking about. If this was a 2008 MacBook Air running an older macOS version...that would make a BIG difference than if it was a newer model 2015 MacBook Air running a much newer macOS version.
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    3mx3m size, matte.

    I dare say you'll almost need a plotter that can also do reasonably fine text printing to produce anything at that size. And I'd be surprised if one could find a new one under the $1,000.00 range.

    And then there's the ink costs to consider.




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