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Penny2016
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What printer is good for printing on various weights of cardstock?

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I have the HP Envy 4513 and I can print on very light weight cardstock with no problem, however heavy weight cardstock will not feed through at all. I woulod like to purchase another HP but want to make sure I can print on various weights of cardstock.

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High end more expensive printers can handle cardstock, printers for home users can print up to 110gsm everything above that will jam.




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If you are consistently printing heavy stock you will want to find a printer that has the straightest paper path. For HP that typically means a product like their Designjet series, entry level is a brand new product but I am not sure about weights supported for media.

 

https://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/hp-designjet-t230-24-in-printer

 

 

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