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rpalmer919

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Primal Weyland said:
No. A normal printer will do fine.
Just to be safe though, I would check the manual for your printer. I have a rather expensive printer, but it can only handle up to 45lb stock.
 
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AoBfrost

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Most printers can handle it, but dont jam it in there, I would plae like 10 sheets in at a time if you have a weak printer.
 

Tropicana

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I have a Lexmark X1100 series printer. About a hundred bucks and it works perfect. I can put in about 30 sheets of 90 lb cardstock at a time, so I guess that would be around 15-20 sheets of 110 lb. Works great, you should invest in one.
 

pacbury

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i just bought the cheapest printer i could get (£19) it isn't even rated to take card but it works fine, oh and i did already have a printer but it had ink problems...
 

AoBfrost

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If you have a xerox 750, toss it, I hate them, I have used 3 already, and used them to print on 110lb cardstock, it always jams near the end and I need to reprint the last 2-3 pages. It even jams on normal 20lb printer paper.
 

bevbor

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I have printed all on Lexmark E232 A4 printer, fortunately it has Cardstock option in paper source list, when I selected this option it starts to print very slowly, evidently it requires more time to cook toner with cardstock in its heater unit.
 
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