(Closed) high quality printing on cardstock

posted 9 years ago in Paper
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  • Wedding: July 2009

It’s difficult because there are several different processes that printers use.  We ran into problems because we had textured cardstock, so the process that our printer used (roll on ink) didn’t work correctly.

We found that our home inkjet was the best quality out of any of the various processes we tried (laser, inkjet, roll on ink). 

You can have samples done using the various processes.  We used the local UPS store as a starting place, and then just ultimately bought printer cartridges for home.

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