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Old 07-12-2006, 08:15 AM   #1  
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What printer brand are you successful with on printing on SU cardstock? I have an Epson and it does great, but I have a friend with an HP and it will only pull a sheet through now and again. I hate seeing good card stock going to waste. Do you have any suggestions? I appreciate it!!!
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Old 07-12-2006, 08:36 AM   #2  
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I currently have an HP Deskjet 6540, and the only time it freaks is on really dark colors (bravo burgandy, handsome hunter).

I previously had an HP Deskjet 992c, and it worked on EVERYTHING.

I hope to see other people post; one never knows when they will be in the market for a new printer again, good to know what has been successful for people.

When I was looking for my current printer, I spent quite a lot of time looking through online spec sheets to see which models could handle cardstock (and then looking into cardstock weights/classifications...that truly seem to be a bit convoluted (any paper science majors, chime in, please!) ). Not all manufacturers list what weight card stock their equipment can handle.

I saw an EPSON on a PBS scrapbooking show 2 weeks ago that handles 12 x 12 paper!!! (not sure how often I would print on 12 x 12, but WOW, what an option!)

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Thanks for the response. I appreciate any imput - thanks bunches.
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I have an epson cx something? It pulls 80 pound CS no problem. Does have issues with Vellum. Will not pull it through! HTH
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