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Best color laser printers for envelopes and card stock

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January 14, 2011 3:08:45 PM

I have a small invitation business that does mailing services as well. I have had and OkiData c5650n that I can feed envelopes throught the multipurpose tray. I also use it for heavier card stock and especially for metallic papers. Is there another printer that produces a good quality but can also handle envelopes and heavy card stock.
Betsy Mortimer/bye george
December 13, 2011 5:17:05 AM

bhm1956@sbcglobal said:
I have a small invitation business that does mailing services as well. I have had and OkiData c5650n that I can feed envelopes throught the multipurpose tray. I also use it for heavier card stock and especially for metallic papers. Is there another printer that produces a good quality but can also handle envelopes and heavy card stock.
Betsy Mortimer/bye george


We have had great luck with the Xerox Phaser 7500. Its an LED printer ratger than laser and can take up to 280gsm (approx 120 pound paper.)

We have info on our site http://laserprintercenter.com and can sell them.
We can also provide reference to wedding card people we sold this to.

Jesse
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May 14, 2012 4:42:44 PM

bhm1956@sbcglobal said:
I have a small invitation business that does mailing services as well. I have had and OkiData c5650n that I can feed envelopes throught the multipurpose tray. I also use it for heavier card stock and especially for metallic papers. Is there another printer that produces a good quality but can also handle envelopes and heavy card stock.
Betsy Mortimer/bye george


I am also looking for a similar printer. I was wondering if you found one you are happy with? I have a small greeting card business and print on envelopes often, especially metallic envelopes. I've had issues with inkjets on the metallic. Thanks
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July 27, 2013 4:25:13 PM

Did you find a good color laser printer that works well with envelopes and card stock? Would love to know what you learned. Thanks.

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