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    Quick question

    Would it be bad for my printer to print over the top of another print? I'm using a canon ifp6300. Just curiousQuick question


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    Re: Quick question

    could make the finished product a little fuzzy GOOD LUCK


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    Re: Quick question

    I don't see where it would do any harm to the machine. Is it a porous media? I hope you're not trying to register the image with another. =^..^=

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    Re: Quick question

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    I don't see where it would do any harm to the machine. Is it a porous media? I hope you're not trying to register the image with another. =^..^=
    Some machines can do an 'overlay' - but I've never see it work to the customer's satisfaction.

    "You can't trust your eyes, if your mind is out of focus" --

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    Re: Quick question

    Just curious. I have several of my own prints, mostly on metallic paper of one brand or another, that for one reason or another just weren't right... Just thought I'd experiment instead of tossing them. I might stumble across something that looks really cool.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Quick question

    If you use the same modell it will be no problem. If you use a different modell or manufacturer it can cause heavy fuser problems.


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    Re: Quick question

    Quote Originally Posted by terramobil View Post
    If you use the same modell it will be no problem. If you use a different modell or manufacturer it can cause heavy fuser problems.
    Hi,

    Yes i have found the same thing, if you used the same printer it should be fine if you print on different devices you will get fusing issues, as the toner may have slightly different heating values, it may re melt your previous image and mess up your fuser....

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    Re: Quick question

    Quote Originally Posted by terramobil View Post
    If you use the same modell it will be no problem. If you use a different modell or manufacturer it can cause heavy fuser problems.
    Quote Originally Posted by SAZ911 View Post
    Hi,

    Yes i have found the same thing, if you used the same printer it should be fine if you print on different devices you will get fusing issues, as the toner may have slightly different heating values, it may re melt your previous image and mess up your fuser....
    No fuser in an iPF6300. It's ink based. =^..^=

    If you'd like a serious answer to your request:
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    blackcat: Master Of The Obvious =^..^=

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    Re: Quick question

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    No fuser in an iPF6300. It's ink based. =^..^=
    hahaha,
    sorry i have copier tech eyes, i only see photocopiers,,....sorry...

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