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

  1. Morza

    Morza New Member

    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

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

    Price of new cartridges/refils is a consideration.

  3. mysteroid

    mysteroid Member

    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

    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.

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