Post # 1
Does anyone have a printer that prints on CARDSTOCK paper?? Mine only prints on the thinner TEXT paper but I want to get one that will print on cardstock and I don’t know which one to get!! Any suggestions??
Post # 3
We have the Epson Workforce. That’s what I used to print our invites. Of course, the card stock I used wasn’t a real heavy weight because I layered it on heavier cardstock. Websites like http://www.paperandmore.com will tell you what kind of printer the paper is compatible with.
Post # 4
- Wedding: August 2009 - St. Thomas of Villanova Church & the F.U.E.L. House
Could you go to a FedEx Kinko’s for help with this?
Post # 5
Uhm… it should print on cardstock to a certain weight… otherwise you can go to a printing place to get it done. I mean if something can print on photopaper why wouldn’t it print on cardstock? I print on up to 110 lb index, and I’ve printed on 65 lb cardstock on my at home cannon pixema..
Post # 6
Thanks for all the replies ladies!!
I’ve tried printing on cardstock on my EPSON NX400 but it doesn’t work. But it’s good to know there ARE printers out there that can print on cardstock.
Is Kinko’s expensive?? I heard it’s not the cheapest way to print?? Anyone used them before?? What’s the price range? If it’s almost the price of a printer I rather invest in one and be able to print out other things in the future too since I totally scrapbook and do crafts as well.
Post # 7
Whether it prints may be due to the paper feed. If the paper has to bend substantially, it may not print as well as it would with a straight feed.
Post # 8
I have been trying to figure this out myself. I was thinking about getting a printing company (like Kinkos) to print them. Part of the reason why I was thinking about doing this rather than buying another printer is because depending on the invitations, it may use ALOT of ink which can get pricey.