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Re: xerographic paper choices
Hammermill Laser Print is an excellent choice. BookLab uses 250,000 to
350,000 sheets per month. It is acid free and meets ANSI/NISO Z39.48-1992
(Permanence of Paper). First Choice is also a good choice.
Mohawk Superfine or Permalife would not be good choices, even though the
are archival. The problem is this, laser or xerographic papers are made to
resist moisture in order to prevent curling of the sheet out of the fuser
unit and jams out of the duplex unit. Offset papers, on the other hand, are
designed to retain moisture for dimensional stability in offset printing.
This moisture retention can wreak havoc in a duplexing photocopier.