|Mar 06, 2012, 11:23 AM|
Canada, ON, Guelph
Joined Oct 2011
printing on foam
Does anyone know if its possible to print on foam with an lazer printer. what kind of foam? I hab some kind of unmodded HP office printer. help!
|Mar 07, 2012, 12:36 AM|
Be aware the OP question was about LASER printing. Most of the "print on foam" stuff I have seen is using Inkjet.
I would think twice about putting any kind of foam through a laser printer which uses a fairly high heat to fuse the toner to the paper. Might work with some EPP or Depron foams but you might just end up with a Laser Non-printer full of goo.
Be specific in your search and make sure any advice is explicit about using a laser.
I have successfully laser printed on to tissue and that works well if you can keep the wrinkles out.
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