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HP Officejet Pro 8035 printing on 120 lb Cardstock

HP Officejet Pro 8035
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I am trying to print on 120 lb cardstick. Is the Officejet Pro 8035 capable?

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HP Officejet Pro 8035 printing on 120 lb Cardstock

@emcderment, Welcome to HP Support Community!

 

Yes, the printer is compatible to print on 120lb cardstock. Refer to the Product Specifications for the HP OfficeJet Pro 8035 All-in-One Printer (3UC66A) document for additional information on supported paper types and sizes.

 

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HP Officejet Pro 8035 printing on 120 lb Cardstock

Apologies for jumping in unannounced.

 

@emcderment 

 

Translation - Paper weights supported -  to Imperial:

Media Weights Supported, By Paper Path (Imperial)16 to 28 lb (plain paper); 60 to 75 lb (photo); 20 to 24 lb (envelope); 90 to 110 lb (card)
Media Weights Supported, By Paper Path (metric)60 to 105 g/m² (plain); 220 to 280 g/m² (photo); 75 to 90 g/m² (envelope); 163 to 200 g/m² (card)

 

NOTE:  For the purposes of this explanation, supported "card paper" for this printer is defined as Index paper - an ISO standard for this media type.  Reference: Specifications

 

What does that mean?

Your card paper is perhaps not media type "Index".

➡️  At 120lb imperial, your card paper is likely too heavy for the printer

 



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