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Re: Toner stability-Paper

When I was working with Bill Minter we copied onto Sekishu using that method
described. What we did was simply fold the leading edge of "backing paper"
over and slip the Japanese into that fold. It helps the rollers pull it
through. If I remember correctly jams were not too much of a problem


>When you say that you have used Moriki and Kozo in Canon and HP laser
>printers, but that you "send both through handfeed with blank backing sheet
>to avoid jams," I'm not exactly sure what you mean. Do you attach a backing
>sheet with some kind of adhesive, then later remove the backing sheet. What
>kind of backing sheet? Could you explain just a bit?
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