Paper width and printer performance
Installation Planning Guide
You can direct printed labels to any output tray. Be sure the
printed labels are stacked face up in the output tray, to avoid
ink offsetting and jams due to delamination.
Transparencies: Must be the type designed for high-speed
printers and must meet the specifications described in the
section above. Loading instructions are printed on all paper
Load transparencies with the opaque strip to the right. All
printed transparencies are delivered to the sample tray.
As long as they meet your printer paper specifications, you
can also use the following stocks.
Tinted paper: Available in a variety of colors, it has many
uses, including calling attention to certain printed material,
separating special sections, or dividing chapters of a report.
Preprinted paper: May be letterhead, forms, or logos.
Predrilled paper: Has a varying number of holes for use in
binders or binder rings. Before loading predrilled paper, fan it
to remove loose plugs that could cause paper jams. Load
predrilled paper in the printer with holes to the right.
Pre-cut or full-cut tabs
The width of the paper you use for your print job is directly
related to the rate at which the 96, 4635, and 180 printer can
print a job. The rate at which a job prints is the throughput speed
and is measured in pages per minute (ppm). You will want to
keep in mind the following information on the relationship of
paper width to printer performance, when selecting paper for