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Can the instaink 5200 print on iron on transfers?

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@Mikia3 

 

Welcome to the HP Community --

 

List Products that respond to the search for "5200"

Results for "hp 5200 printer" (7) 

 

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One example:

HP OfficeJet 5200 All-in-One Printer series  

Product Specifications - Supported paper types

Media types
Plain Paper; HP Photo Papers; HP Matte Brochure or Professional Paper; HP Matte Presentation Paper; HP Glossy Brochure or Professional Paper; Other Photo Inkjet Papers; Other Matte Inkjet Papers; Other Glossy Inkjet Papers; Plain Paper, Light/Recycled

 

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  • If a paper type is not listed, it is not supported.
  • That generally means you can try what you like at your own risk.

What?  Your printer and all that.

 

  • As long as the paper size and weight do not violate the specifications for size / weight -- the paper type might -- or might NOT - print as expected and / or might -- or might not - cause issues with the printer.

 

 

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