Printer

Discussion in 'Tools of the Trade' started by Morza, Jan 11, 2010.

  1. Morza

    Morza New Member

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    I have two printers and old ones.

    A HP deskjet 970 Cxi (two cartdriges) and a Cannon s900 (6 cartdriges).

    Any af this will be Ok to print the papercrafts?
  2. Tim Crowe

    Tim Crowe Member

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    See which one handles card the best. Or brints the better quality.

    Price of new cartridges/refils is a consideration.

    Tim
  3. mysteroid

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    Check the specifications. If the printer is designed to take cardstock you should be fine. Of course even if it isn't you can still test it first. That Canon with 6 cartridges sounds like a photo printer, I think that's the one you want to use.
  4. Uesugi

    Uesugi New Member

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    Hi, I use 80 or 90 grames per metre^2, and after I glue it to card paper (we call it "cartulina") with paper stick glue.
    My print is a Epson stylus D120.
    Regards.