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SUGGESTIONS For CARD STOCK and PRINTING SETTINGS

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Hey Everyone,

I was curious if anyone has any helpful suggestions for Card Stock for Box Sets. I’ve been having some trouble trying to find the right card stock that gives the look and feel of over-the-counter. I’ve tried googling the topic but I have not found anything that has worked yet. So I figured why not ask the best.

I’m also working with ‎Epson XP-15000 Wireless Color Wide-Format Printer it can print up to 13 x 19 and I’m curious to what would be the best settings to achieve the desired effect.

Let me know

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Cgf382 said:

Hey Everyone,

I was curious if anyone has any helpful suggestions for Card Stock for Box Sets. I’ve been having some trouble trying to find the right card stock that gives the look and feel of over-the-counter. I’ve tried googling the topic but I have not found anything that has worked yet. So I figured why not ask the best.

I’m also working with ‎Epson XP-15000 Wireless Color Wide-Format Printer it can printmanreviews up to 13 x 19 and I’m curious to what would be the best settings to achieve the desired effect.

Let me know

Check the printer’s specifications for the greatest thickness it can handle. Obtain a bright white coated sheet. Hammermill is a great game. Instead of card stock, use a thick bond. The majority of card stock will not produce a smooth image.

You might try searching for Paper Stores in your area using your zip code. It’s everything so specialized these days. Check Michael’s as well, depending on how many you’re doing.