I have an ESP 3200 Kodak printer. It does a great job at printing however I am making skateboards and using heat transfer vinyl, and printing it in sections rather than a single page. I have recently ordered 100' of the transfer vinyl and am cutting it into 8.5" x 33" segments. I have changed the page layout to landscape, watched a few YouTube videos on how people do it with Excel to no avail simply because they never even did it themselves. They simply show the instructions and they didn't work, and showed no proof of completing the task. I am using GIMP image editor on a 2009 Mac Pro, and the Preview app. I am able to set the page settings in System Preferences and the page layout in print preview to 214mm x 838mm and 8.5" by 33" respectively, however I believe it's behaving like a graphics program in that it's showing scaling problems on pages after changing the printers default paper size in System Preferences and not printing the entire document, rather one page at a time. There is a possibility it will not print larger than 14 inches however the printer seems to handle the paper correctly and it makes me wonder if there's something wrong in my settings. It could be the file format too as Mac OS X seems to default to PDF, which is obviously arranged by pages.
If you're trying to print outside of the standard document length, for instance printing onto a roll.
open terminal, or command shell, or optional windows bash prompt
install vim first or use nano(program file editors) (vim has a tutor just type vimtutor)
sudo vim Eastman_Kodak_Company_KODAK_ESP_3200_Series_AiO.ppd
scroll to the max height width and custom page params
i to insert
ESC to exit insert mode
:wq! to save and exit file
Note the width paramater will be named or in order of width, height. The max width paramater should stay the same or it will throw the printers alignment off, but you can set the length to anything I believe. Then your printer will not create length boundaries in page setup and will allow you to print in continuous loop with no margin. Make sure your paper length is cut according to your page layout or it will simply spit out the rest of the roll. This was my first try at it and I accidentally changed the width paramaters which were 712 I believe.