Interesting, please post back here with whatever they tell you!
Hopefully they’ll be able to fix this for you, but I’m not sure if they will be able to fix it immediately.
Airtable loads ALL of the images for ALL of your printed pages into your web browser’s memory before it starts to print, so it’s possible that Airtable might be completely overloading your web browser’s memory with way too much information.
The top workaround to this is what you suggested above — either printing one page or printing fewer pages at a time.
A more elaborate workaround — but much more dependable & reliable in the long run (and it can even be fully automated) — is to use an external document creation service like my personal favorite DocuMint:
p.s. I’m also an Airtable consultant, so if you ever need help with something like this in the future, always feel free to contact me through my website at scottworld.com.