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which HP printers are best for heavy cardstock (215 g)

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Which enterprise HP printers are best for heavy cardstock (215 g). I also use heavy textured cardstock 80 Lb cover. I have tried 200 and 400 series and they cause the paper to curl really bad and are quite slow

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215 gsm only professional printers, nothing for home users. That is way too heavy paper for a non-professional printer to handle.

What is the price range you have in mind?




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I am willing to go to a higher end printer for business use. Previously I’ve been using the Enterprise CP4025 which worked great but is at the end of its useful life. Need a replacement.

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