On calendars, where are how do you bind the finished calendar?
I have found that Red River paper has a good solution along with a template, however as I recall they don't imply their paper will work on the 7600 series ultrachromes only the dye based.
IMO there seems like alot of work involved since you have to use a sheet feed setup and handle each page. But I have yet to print one.
It is indeed labor-intensive, and I don't bind my "Compact Calendars" at all. Here is the blurb from my website about the calendars:
"These calendars are individually printed on my Epson 2200 inkjet printer, one page at a time. They are unbound, so you can hang a single page or the entire calendar using a thumb tack or a magnet. Each letter-size (8.5x11") sheet has two consecutive months: When January is finished, turn it over to find February. The matte surface is easy to write notes and memos on.
"...Each of my 2007 calendars includes twelve different images for a bargain price of only $35 per hand-printed calendar."
P.S. I just learned that ImagePrint does have a profile for Epson Double-Sided Matte paper. That adds extra work, because my calendars end up as booklets in PDF format, and IP doesn't handle PDFs. Thus, I must first import the PDF into PSCS2, flatten the layers on each page (even though there is only one layer on each -- but it isn't called "background"), and save as a TIF so I can then print (one sheet at a time) using IP.
But since my printer is right next to my PC, I can read all the latest posts on the LL forum while waiting for each page to print.