Epson Printer Cardstock Settings For Printing Thick And Heavy Cards?
Epson printer users often find themselves confused about whether or not they can use their machines to print thick and heavy cards. It is understandable to get overwhelmed with technology, so the first thing you should always do as a rule of thumb is that before choosing a paper for printing, you should check your paper requirements against your printer settings.
The paper setting is different when it comes to printing heavy cardstock paper. A printer usually stacks a bundle of regular printing paper, but in case of heavy cardstock, it cannot do so.
It is advisable not to make a heavy pile of papers in the printer tray; otherwise, you would face a paper jam error or even worse.
So, with heavy cardstock paper, make a small pile. And if you want to generate a print on single cardstock paper, then put one paper in the printing tray.
You can use the manual paper feed method with every type of card stock or heavy paper rather it be matte or glossy. The paper weight ranging from 1.3 mm to 51 mm can be used. Epson printed allows A4, legal or letter size with printing papers.
How To Print With Windows Using An Epson Printer?
If you are using an Epson printer for desktop, then you can make the following settings with your computer to set the printer to work with Windows.
How To Print Heavy Cardstock With Mac Using An Epson Printer?
While printing heavy cardstock paper using Mac, you can make the following changes to your printing settings.
After the page setting has been done, and now you need to make changes in print settings.