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Printing large amounts of postcards

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HP M118dw
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Can the HP M118dw Printer print postcards? Or, which printer is best large amounts postcards?

"Thank You" in Advance!

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You need to check the size of your cards to ensure it meets media size specs. The challenge with any laser is uneven wear on fuser if printing narrow media. Ink is a much better choice

 

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Thank You!  Any recommendations on the model(s) to consider?

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You need to provide more details about number of cards and sizes.

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Hi, the current postcard selections are 5.5 x 8.5 and 6 x 9 - high gloss on the front of the card with no gloss on the back.  However, there  are a lot of card stock options.  I would like to find the best the printer options for the job and then adjust the card stock options to match the printers features, if that makes sense?

 

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Dwight

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