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Re: letterpress/laserwriter printing

When using handmade or special non-laserwriter papers with a
laserprinter be very careful!  You do not want to scratch the drum of
the laserwriter.  A scratch on the drum will cause a white line or
highlight to appear on every subsequent sheet you print.  Heavily
textured or ruff surfaced paper is suspect or papers with embedded
elements such as flowers, bark, glitter, or even long, raised fibers
as in some Japanese papers. This is meant to be be a word of caution
only - most papers suited for letterpress printing will not be
a problem at all to a laserwriter.

Betsy Cluff
 (I used to work in copy shop for a very short period of time)

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