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Old 05-25-2013, 12:20 PM   #1
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Default Printer that can handle good card stock??

I'm looking for a color printer that:

Can handle good 110 lb card stock such as PTI, Neenah, etc. (even if just one sheet at a time)

Can work wirelessly.

Uses individual ink color cartridges rather than one combo thing.

Suggestions? Does it exist?
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My Canon MP620 all in one can do all of that. I don't use it wirelessly because when I switched computers, I was too lazy to set it up again. But it can be used that way.

I've printed on the heavier Gina K card stock and that stuff is pretty thick and stiff.
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I think the Canons are a good choice. I have an older model - MP560 - and I can run 200# cardstock through it in the back tray. This is heavy cardstock I use for boxes for heavy items and I haven't had any problems whatsoever with jamming on any type of cardstock I've put through it. I even run a CIS on it and that cuts my ink costs way down.
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