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Here is the list of papers I have worked with in Canon copier and HP laser
Machine Made Papers:
Mohawk Superfine basis 70,80,100 and letterpress
Renaissance paper (non-buffered)
Rising Stonehenge and Rising Gallery 100
Strathmore 500 charcoal
D. Smith Archival Drawing
Unruyu (Thai) in colors and patterns
Lana laid (shows the laid lines of the mould) and Lana gravure
Rives BFK (comes in both sized and waterleaf; waterleaf is unsized paper. I
Rives Lightweight and Medium Weight (both partially sized.
Moriki and Kozo (I send both through handfeed with blank backing sheet to
In addition to sizing being a problem in heat transfer processes, the
quantity of buffering agents calcium chloride or magnesium can be a problem
keeping toner from fusing.
I have been successful with some machine made colored papers by coating them
with a mixture of CMC and distilled water, drying them well and pressing
before printing. Have fun!
Be aware that none of the Canon or HP techies like what I do to their macines
but in 4 years I've had only two service problems unrelated to the paper I am
feeding so keep fingers crossed that all will continue well. Kathy Crump