Post # 1
Stupid question alert! My school gives us printing credits so we can print and copy a ridiculous amount of things for free- ourselves, not like a kinkos or anything. I plan on doing half of my invitations myself but was wondering if it was possible to print cardstock in a copier. I have no clue how they do it at Kinkos because I’ve never seen it done so forgive my ignorance. I know thicker cardstock is a problem but I don’t plan on using it.
Is it just like regular paper. Put it in the bottom and print?
Post # 3
Ummm, we used 110 lb cardstock and didn’t have a problem. Could you do a test run just to be sure? You’ll probably need to put the paper in the manual feed tray.
Post # 4
You will put it in the manual feed tray of course. You wll also need to set what type of paper you have put in the tray (our copier pops up with a menu as soon as you shove something in the tray). If you set it right, you should have no problem running it through.
Post # 5
- Wedding: August 2009 - St. Thomas of Villanova Church & the F.U.E.L. House
I’d use the bypass try, and check to see if the copier has a setting for "thick" paper — and if so use it!
Post # 6
Most printers actually have a "cardstock" setting. I would check your dropdown menus in your Printer Settings. I printed all of my own inserts (directions, accomodations, etc) on cardstock, and they all turned out great. Good luck and props to you for saving big $$!