Post # 1
Does anyone have either of these printers? I’d like to know if they have a rear loading tray and if you’ve tried printing small sized papers on them.
My printer won’t feed paper as small as an A2 or a 4bar sized card (4bar is~ 3.5" x 5") and the printer that Mrs. Corn recommended in her post isn’t available from any online stores that I’ve heard of & trust. I have hundreds of RSVP and thank you cards that are past their return date and would really like to use them!
Any help would be appreciated 🙂
Post # 3
hi there, i used a Canon MP545 printer and used them to print "boarding passes" as invites.
it takes odd sizes thru a rear loading tray, but i had to feed in the cardstock sheet by sheet. that said, the printer was just over $150 and worked really well for all my wedding-related projects.
FYI i had gotten a Canon in this series after i saw Ms Piglet’s post on her save the dates. good luck with the printer. do remember that the relatively inexpensive ones often are sufficient to do the job! otherwise, check out Kinko’s and see if they can help?