Use only transparencies designed for laser printers.
Place transparencies removed from the MFP on a flat surface.
Use transparencies not designed for laser printers.
Glossy or coated paper
Use only glossy and laser coated papers.
Use glossy or inkjet coated paper.
Custom paper sizes
This product supports a variety of custom paper sizes. Supported custom paper sizes are paper sizes that are within the minimum and maximum sizes for this product, but not listed in the table of supported media and cartridges. If you are using a custom size, you must specify it in the printer driver and load the paper in a tray that supports the custom paper sizes.
Printed and letterhead
Use only letterhead or forms designed for laser printers.
Use embossed and embossed letterheads.
Tray and bin capacity
60 g / m2 to 200 g / m2 bond paper
Fits 50 sheets of 75 gsm bond paper
Less than 60 g / m2 to 90 g / m2 bond paper
60 g / m2 to 135 g / m2 bond paper
Fits the height of 250 sheets of 75 gsm bond paper
Maximum stack height for A6 paper: 15 mm (0.59 inches)
Fits 125 sheets of 75 gsm bond paper
Use envelopes where the seam extends to the corner of the envelope.
Use adhesive-backed protective strips designed for laser printers.
Use envelopes that are wrinkled, slotted, sealed, or otherwise damaged.
Use envelopes with staples, clips, Windows, or lining.
Use envelopes with self-adhesive tape or other synthetic materials.
Varieties and uses of film for printing on laser printers
In the modern world, not only plain paper is used for printing, but also other various (and sometimes the most unusual) materials. One of these is film. Today in our article we will consider the features and types of film for printing on a laser printer.
Features of the
Film for printing on a laser printer has been used relatively recently. On the one hand, this is a rather expensive material that is not available to everyone. On the other hand, it opens up new and almost unlimited possibilities for users.
Due to the fact that the film is used for a variety of purposes, there is a wide variety of types of such material.
The main distinguishing feature of the film is the presence of a special adhesive layer, which by its physical characteristics is permanent and heat-resistant (however, there are varieties of films without such a layer). Film can be used for both color and black and white printing (it all depends on your needs and preferences).
The surface of the film provides the highest quality printing: contrast and sharpness. In addition, colors and shades are well reproduced. color and black-and-white images are distinguished by a high level of realism. Most types of films are waterproof and lightfast, which means that paints will maintain their high quality for a long period, not being influenced by negative environmental conditions.
Due to the increasing popularity of printer films, manufacturers are inventing more and more new types of material.
First of all, the film is divided into categories depending on what raw material it was made from. Based on this characteristic, the following types of films are distinguished:
- polyvinyl chloride;
- polyurethane and others.
Another classification is based on material properties. Let’s list the most common:
- one- and two-sided (the second option is especially important to use if your printer has the appropriate two-sided printing capability);
- matte and glossy (the choice of one or another option depends on which image you plan to subsequently apply to the material, and for what purposes the film will be used);
- transparent, opaque and translucent (you should be guided by your personal preference, as well as the purpose of the material);
- white and color (if you want to create the most contrasting image, then it is better to choose the first option, however, in some cases, a color film is also needed);
- self-adhesive and non-adhesive (the first option is more modern and in many cases preferable);
- waterproof and without resistance to water (the choice of one or the other option depends on the conditions under which you will use the material. for the street you need to choose a waterproof film, and the standard version is also suitable for the room);
- siliconized and with other types of special coatings (this indicator affects how long the material will last);
- thermal transfer and for printing at normal temperatures (the choice depends on the individual characteristics of your printer).
Basic formats for printing on printers and plotters
In connection with the massive use of imported equipment in the domestic printing industry, which provides for the use of paper of the appropriate quality and size, formats corresponding to the international system of standards ISO 216 have become widespread.
The ISO standard covers a wide range of paper sizes, however, not all of them are widely used in practice. Among all formats, A4 format. most important for everyday use.
Here are just a few examples of the use of ISO standard formats:
- A0, A1. drawings, posters and posters;
- A2, A3. drawings, diagrams, large-format tables;
- A4. letters, magazines, forms, catalogs, office paper, consumables for printers and copiers, advertising materials;
- A5. notebooks, notepads, identification cards, letterheads, leaflets, greeting cards, promotional materials;
- A6. postcards, cards;
- B5, A5, B6, A6. books, brochures, booklets, flyers, stickers;
- C4, C5, C65, C6. A4 envelopes: jumbled (C4), double-folded (C5), three-folded (C65), four-folded (C6);
- B4, A3. newspapers, copier consumables in addition to A4.
All ISO 216 paper sizes have the same aspect ratio. In simple terms, the length of an A1 sheet is equal to half the width of an A0 sheet, and if it is even easier to explain, then look at the picture below and you will understand everything that I was trying to explain.
For all A series paper sizes, the length of the sheet is equal to the width times the square root of two (1.4142). The sizes of A series papers are based on the A0 sheet, the area of which is 1 sq. m. Format A1 is equal to half of A0 and is obtained by cutting A0 into two equal parts.
A1 has a length equal to the width of A0 and a width equal to half the length of A0. And then the sizes of all formats of this series are obtained by dividing in half the older one along a line parallel to the short edge.
Paper sizes for printing on printers and plotters
Paper size. standardized paper sheet size. Today there are 2 paper format systems in the world: the international standard and the North American.
The latter is not used in Russia. This paper size standard is defined by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). The most common formats are Letter and Legal, Ledger and Tabloid.
There is a definition of large format printing as a process of full-color printing on non-printing formats and materials. However, this definition is not entirely accurate, since one of the media for large format printing is paper, the most common of printing materials.
Table of paper sizes and sizes
Size: width x length (mm)
- 8 (800) 700 85 87. free of charge on the territory of the Russian Federation;
In addition to the paper size, an equally important element are consumables such as toners and cartridges, which you can read about in our article How to choose toners and cartridges?