Post # 1
I am doing all my paper products at home and was wondering if anyone had suggestions on what type of printer that I should buy that would be great for the use of cardstock.
Thanks in advance for all suggestions!
Post # 3
I think it depends on wether it is textured or not. I think the regular cardstock works fine with a laser printer – you don’t get the fuzzy outlines on your letters likes you do with an inkjet. But I am not sure how textured cardstock would work with a laser printer.
Post # 4
Printers that allow you to load paper through the back will allow you to print on heavier cardstock. On other printers that load paper through the front will typically have problems with anything thicker then 80# cardstock.
If you have a front load printer you could consider printing on paper & then mounting the paper onto a heavy cardstock, this is what I did & it turned out great!
Post # 5
BUMP! I need model numbers. My printer died like, two weeks ago and i desperately need a new one, but I’d like for it to be able to print on cardstock for Save-The-Date Cards.