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Re: [BKARTS] Cutters

on 11/25/02 8:10 AM, CraftBook@AOL.COM wrote:

> Copy paper is often short grain to accomodate passing over rollers or drums
> more easily without the benefit of a guide.

How much of a problem does long grain paper create for a standard laser
printer? In terms of a trade-off, which is more important -- the loss of
binding stiffness, or the printing problems?

JULES SIEGEL Apdo. 1764, 77501 Cancun Q. Roo Mexico

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