People do borderless printing for the following reasons:
* Photos are easy to frame.
* There’s no trimming required.
* It’s perfect for scrapbooking.
* You’ll get professional-looking pictures without a trip to the photo lab.
This option was native to inkjet printers but has been doing the rounds recently.
Most large multifunction mfp’s don’t do borderless or edge to edge printing. The reason a laser printer does not print borderless is because this would cause a rapid accumulation of toner contamination in areas where toner should not be.
If it is possible this is how you do it. Have your media setting configured for a larger size, and print from a manual bypass tray with media detect settings disabled, you can print on a smaller size sheet and run the image right off the page.
Or simply buy a borderless printer, if you do, make sure that the dealer can prove it prints borderless consistently and properly.
Now if you bought a borderless printer and you are having issues try the following links…
BORDERLESS PRINTING PRIMER LINK
PRINTING TO A BORDERLESS PRINTER FROM MAC OS X LINK
BORDERLESS PRINTING ON A CANON FROM ILLUSTRATOR LINK
BORDERLESS PRINTING WITH LIGHTROOM LINK
BORDERLESS PRINTING WITH PHOTOSHOP LINK
BORDERLESS PRINTING ON A EPSON LINK
BORDERLESS PRINTING ON A HP LINK
BORDERLESS PRINTING ON A KODAK LINK
BORDERLESS PRINTING ON A BROTHER LINK