Maybe you do not have to print at all and is it sufficient to use the Show Preview command. If you have a PostScript printer, you can print your document directly with the Print command. If that does not work, check if the printer name is correctly set (Printer Name), and if the printer is on-line (Printer Queue). Otherwise try if you can save the document to file as PostScript and try to send the PostScript file to the printer.
If you have a non-PostScript printer that is capable of printing graphics, write your document as plain PostScript to a file. You have to convert this PostScript file to a format that is suitable for your type of printer. The Ghostscript interpreter/previewer, called as gs, can help to do this. You can select different output devices, which include drivers for most current printers. Do gs -h or man gs for more information. You can find Ghostscript from any of the GNU distribution sites, such as ftp://ftp.uu.net/systems/gnu or ftp://gatekeeper.dec.com/pub/GNU .