Does anyone have a recommendation for a printer that will print on 325gsm cardstock? It should have a straight through path and both input and output trays; i.e. not single feed.
Anyone have experience with the Epson P600. It says it has an adjustable platen to allow thick stock, like canvas?
Loc: Inverness, FL formerly Arivaca, AZ
No, have P800 but it is the same setup and feeding heavier stock is no problem. Just follow the directions.
I frequently use Canon (Hahnemuehle) Fine Art Etching - a 350g paper - in my Canon Pro-10. It has to go in the rearmost tray, which has a fairly flat path but does have an angle of about 10-12 degrees, and set the printer to a wide gap. The paper is NOT a cardstick, but a relatively flexible rag type paper.
My go-to source with questions like this is Red River. They have a cardstock-type paper, so they have some experience with printing it. I'd call or email them. They are always very helpful - and quick to respond.
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