Although printing a vasl map (or overlay) can be done, the job may not be as simple as extracting the image and printing it. The hexes in vasl images are "perfect", but the hexes on printed maps are not. By my measurements the printed hexes are about 1.06090702% taller (in the 0-10 direction compared to the A-GG direction) than they should be for perfect hexes. For a one-hex overlay you probably won't notice the difference, but for an overlay that is bigger that difference accumulates until if the first hex is aligned, the last hex is off by the number of hexes times 1.06090702. At ten hexes the alignment is off by nearly eleven percent, and that you will notice. The fix is to scale the overlays, especially larger ones.Yes. A printer.